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Member Since 08 Oct 2008
Offline Last Active Dec 14 2011 06:38 PM

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  • Member Title Heating Up
  • Age 35 years old
  • Birthday May 4, 1983
  • Real Name
  • Gender
    Male Male
  • Location
    Brooklyn, NY
  • Occupation
    Construction Inspector
  • Interests
    making beer and wine, motorcycles, cars, hunting

Food Stuff

  • Favorite Hot Pepper
    Scotch Bonnet
  • Favorite Hot Sauce
    My hot sauce (1part SB, 1 part RS, 1 part cayanne, misc. h&S)
  • Favorite Food
    hot wings....really hot
  • Favorite BBQ Food
    Whole Hog
  • Favorite BBQ Sauce
    My buddy Stu's home made
  • Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food
    a homebrew
  • Share a Recipe
    Jays hot wings - (Mild)
    spice mix - even amounts of Paprika, crushed red pepper, white pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, coarse sea salt
    Wing sauce - in small sauce pan, add 1 stick butter & 2 cloves of crushed garlic, saute over med heat for 5 mins
    reduce heat to simmer, add 1 cup hot sauce (1 part SB, 1 part RS, 1 part cayanne, misc. H&S)
    add 1/8 cup honey, stir continuously for 3mins. after which you can stir ocasionally
    the sauce can simmer on the stove the whole time wings are cooking
    Procedure - preheat oven to 425deg.
    rinse wings, pat dry, arrange in a single layer on cookie sheet, apply spice mix liberally to both sides
    place cookie sheet in middle rack, bake for 20-25mins.
    flip wings, and bake for additional 20-25mins.
    turn oven to broil, and bake wings for additional 2-5mins. (watch for scortching)
    when you are content with the wings crispness, spoon enough sauce over a platter to cover it
    place wings on platter and spoon enough sauce over them to completely cover them
    the leftover wing sauce can be placed in a container in the fridge for a long time, and can become a legacy wing sauce that will continually evolve (reheat, add, store, reheat, add, store etc.)

Growing Stuff

  • Seeds Wanted
    Anything - my crop was destroyed via hurrcane this year...

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