Chicken wings soar to new flavorful highs in Minnesota.
The Super Bowl is unquestionably the biggest weekend of the year for chicken wings. This week in DeRusha Eats, we want you to meet a local chef who’s turned the humble wing into a culinary piece of art. Tucked away near 3M in Maplewood, D-Spot offers some of the best wings in town.
Not only is the Super Bowl one of the most watched TV events of the year, but it’s also one that gives us a good excuse to splurge on some of our favorite foods. Americans consume more calories on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day of the year, except for Thanksgiving. The most popular items are wings, nachos, pizza, and beer. But Sara Bloms, a registered dietitian, says the calories can creep up quick.
Chicken wings have come a long way since their humble beginnings in Buffalo, New York 50 years ago. Fried, tossed in buffalo sauce and dipped in blue cheese, you can’t beat them — but who’s got the best in Minnesota? The wings at Ray J’s American Grill in Woodbury, according to WCCO viewers.
From guacamole and chips to spicy buffalo wings, what’s the best tailgate food?
This Independence Day, put aside the burgers and hot dogs and try something a little more adventurous. Stu, the “King of Barbecue” has some easy recipes.
The Super Bowl and snacks go hand in hand. And if you started the New Year with a resolution to lose weight, you may need a little coaching to get ready for that Super Bowl party.
One billion chicken wings. About 6,000 tons of nachos. And 11.2 pounds of potato chips. That’s what Americans eat come Super Bowl Sunday.
By using similar ingredients with a change-up in technique, you can make two types of chicken wings. These will keep all fans happy.