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Buffalo wing

A fried chicken wing served with hot sauce and blue cheese dressing.

[After Buffalowhere such wings were first served.]

buf′falo wing`

Usu., buffalo wings. a deep-fried chicken wing served in a spicy sauce and usu. with celery and blue cheese.
[1980–85, Amer.; after a restaurant in Buffalo, which popularized the dish]
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Noun1.buffalo wing - crisp spicy chicken wingsbuffalo wing - crisp spicy chicken wings    
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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An American bar vibe permeates throughout and the simplicity of the place with a sports bar-esque atmosphere makes for a cosy environment that allows you to overindulge on the Buffalo wings the restaurant boasts.
The formula was simple-to offer a go-to destination for sports-loving, beer-drinking and buffalo wings afiicionados.
Some places will squirt a Buffalo-style sauce on chicken sandwiches and strips and call them 'Buffalo' but if you don't use Frank's and you don't dip them to coat every nook and cranny with sauce, you'll never get that true tangy burn that make Buffalo wings popular around the globe.
Sonya Thomas, who had set the record last year in Buffalo, New York, took first place at the 10th annual National Buffalo Wings Festival held on September 4, News.
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Not to get all prudish about this stuff or even discredit the drool factor for the spicy buffalo wings, but is anyone else pursing their lips over why the family-conscious Dodgers don't seem to have a problem allowing Hooters to bust out spots on their radio broadcasts or slam titilating ads in the game program, not to mention offer that deal of 10 free wings if the team racks up 10 runs?
CINCINNATI -- Buffalo Wings & Rings, the nation's fastest growing privately held franchise offering the best Buffalo-style chicken wings, achieved the top spot on Restaurant Business magazine's annual Future 50 list, a ranking of the top 50 fastest-growing restaurant chains in the country.
So a glutton for punishment like Chestnut -- the current world record holder in devouring pork ribs (5 1/2 pounds in 12 minutes last July), waffles (18 1/2 in 10minutes in September) and buffalo wings (173 at Wing Bowl XIV in Philadelphia in February) -- has given American TV viewers another pop culture icon to temporarily divert their attention from global warming and other such trivial matters.
CINCINNATTI -- Buffalo Wings & Rings, the fastest growing, privately held casual dining franchise, secured its first international contract in Kuwait as part of the organization's growth strategy to expand its footprint in the United States and abroad.