It's a simple story: It's the day of the big football game at Farmer Nuthatcher's farm, and everyone has their food ready except the rooster. What could he make? Buffalo Wings. He had the sauce, but he didn't have . . . and wings from a buffalo. So off he goes in search on an adventure for the perfect appetizer.
It's a cute kids book with great pictures and a very simple story to follow. I'm sure when I have kids one day I will read them this book.
The book is a little disturbing though when you break it down. No it's not the joke about the duck's making quackamole. I mean, here is a rooster, out to take the wings off of a buffalo to cook (all are semi-anthropomorphized), but he's shocked to find out what Buffalo Wings are really made of.
The most disturbing fact is the book has a recipe for Buffalo Wings (great!), that aren't really Buffalo Wings (boo!). You'll have to get the book for yourself to read it (I got this at the Ottawa Public Library) but Buffalo Wings do not have ketchup or flour. Yes these are for kids, but we wouldn't want our kids learning that 5+5=9 either, because its wrong.