Wednesday, 13 October 2010

WWWWWW #31 - Simple Tailgating

Yes, World Wide Web Wacky Wing Wednesday. WWWWWW. This is where I will surf the Web, and find other people talking about chicken wings. The world is full of chicken wing stories, wacky and otherwise. Recipes, restaurant reviews, eating contests or whatever. Today's Blog relating to wings in some shape or form:

There isn't any info on this blog: I don't know who writes it; I don't know why they do it; I don't even really know where they do it. All's I know is that they do do it, and the recipes sound great.

The concept is simple: make tailgating simple and delicious. What is tailgaiting? 

"In the United States, a tailgate party is a social event held on and around the open tailgate of a vehicle. Tailgating often involves consuming beverages and grilling food. Tailgate parties usually occur in the parking lots at stadiums and arenas before, and occasionally after or during, sporting events and rock concerts. People attending such a party are said to be tailgating. Many people participate even if their vehicles do not have tailgates."                                                                   From Wikipedia really wants to help you organize your tailgate party. If you go to their Checklist & Tips page, you can find, well, helpful tips and a checklist so you don't forget anything! 

Of course I found this blog because of the wings and wing related food. Above is their Corona & Lime wings.

 What happens when you put a Caesar drink and wings on the same grill? Why you get El Caeza wings!

Or what about Lighthouse Wings? Interesting name, even more interesting ingredients: powdered mashed potatoes, sea salt malt vinegar . . . sounds interesting and maritime-y.

Craving wings but in soup form? Then the Buffalo Wing Soup will definitely hit the spot.

Or another wing-themed treat: "Get your Popcorn ready" Buffalo Wing Popcorn. Layers of flavour from hot sauce, butter and dry spices. I make my own with fewer ingredients, but its great to see variation on a theme. Why can't they have Buffalo Wing Popcorn at the movies?

 So if your planning on throwing a party from the back of your pick-up or just want some tasty party food, Simple Tailgating is a good resource. Man, I wish I had a truck right now.


Tony said...

Oh hell yes, I'm happy I found this blog.


Wings are awesome.

Lord of the Wings said...

@Tony - I'm happy you found it too! Thanks for stopping and I agree, wings are awesome.

Chris said...

Sounds as though they have a wingtastic selection of hot wings. I'd like to try those corona and lime ones.

Lord of the Wings said...

@Chris - Wingtastic indeed. If you try the corona & lime wings, let me know!