Don’t let summer pass by without trying these grilled Greek Chicken Wings. Marinated in plain Greek yogurt, lemon juice and oregano, these wings are super juicy and bursting with bright flavor. This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, please read my disclosure policy. This is my favorite recipe to come out of summer.
Need a fun and flavorful chicken wing recipe for the Super Bowl? These Orange Chicken Wings are packed with bright, spicy flavor. This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, pleae read my disclosure policy. With the Super Bowl coming up, I have all the football food on the brain. And what screams football
If you need a new spin on a chicken wing, I’ve got you covered with these Pineapple Teriyaki Wings. Homemade pineapple teriyaki sauce glazes baked chicken wings to create the perfect appetizer or even main dish. I love that little lull in the winter when our lives don’t revolve around sports. College football is over,
You won’t believe the crunch on these Thai Fried Chicken Wings. A sweet, salty glaze finishes them off to appetizer perfection. This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, please read my disclosure policy. Noah is turning 6 on Tuesday. SIX people! I’m not really sure how it happened but alas, it’s here. His
Happy Memorial Day! Do you have any fun plans? I’m at my parent’s house today grilling and preparing for London. I leave tomorrow afternoon and I’m crazy excited and nervous. This is my first time flying internationally alone (to the busiest airport in the WORLD) and I’ve never left the kids for this long. I
These Copycat Hooters Buffalo Wings are just what you need for the big game. Super crispy with the best buffalo sauce. This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, please read my disclosure policy. Buffalo wings are the ultimate football food in my book. And not any of those fancy or crazy flavored ones, just
When I served these Crispy Baked Asian Wings for dinner recently, Joel asked me if I fried them….that’s how crispy they are after being baked in the oven! The recipe for these wings is from Alton Brown’s show Good Eats. I am not really into science so I don’t watch it too often but I happened to