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    Default Tailgating Recipes

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    Tailgating Recipies 2009 List:

    "All The Fixin's" Chicken Wings - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=982
    Alabama Slammer Pork Taquitos w/ Grilled Salsa - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=767
    Apple Cider Chicken Wings - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=865

    Bacon Burger Dogs - (this page)
    BBQ'd Pogos - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=132
    BBQ Sauce - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=149
    Bean Dip & Pasta Salad - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...3&postcount=61
    Beef Stew - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=155
    Beer Batter - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=154
    Beer Battered Cajun Onion Rings - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=846
    Bills Beans - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...8&postcount=64
    Bird's Nest Potatoes - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=483
    Black & Tan Beef - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=863
    Blueberry BBQ Sauce - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=221
    Bourbon Licked Strip Steaks - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=970
    Brat Burgers - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=652
    Breaded Stuffed Jalapenos - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...59&postcount=2
    Breakfast Garbage Plate & Hobo Beans - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=163
    Buffalo Burgers - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...9&postcount=78
    Buffalo Chicken Sandwich - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=835
    Buffalo Wing Popcorn - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=72
    Buffalo Wing Soup - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...9&postcount=63

    Carnitas Tacos w/ Tequila Salsa & "Guac" Sauce - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=1211
    Cheesesteak Sliders - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=132
    Cheese and Gravy Garlic Pizza - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=774
    Cherry-Chipotle Back Ribs - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=369
    Chicago Dogs - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=556
    Chicago Pizza Burgers - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...7&postcount=34
    Chicken Wing Dip - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=122
    Chicken Wing Soup - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...57&postcount=9
    Chivetta Chicken - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=182
    Cinnamon 'Toast'ed Pastrami Panini - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=400
    Coca-Cola Burgers - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=523
    Cola Ribs (link) - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...86&postcount=3
    Cornchip & Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=407
    Corn Pudding - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=152
    Corona & Lime Wings - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=34

    Dad's Onion Dip - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...1&postcount=58
    DieHards Chicken Wing Soup - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=352
    Dqw Buffalo Chicken Meatballs - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=537

    El Ceaza Chicken Wings - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=191
    "Eye'd Up" I Love Burgers - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=233
    EZE Bacon Wrapped Asparagus - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=866

    "Feelin' the Love" Ribs - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=752
    Fiery Meatball Subs - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=525
    Four Different Stuffed Jalapenos - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=475
    Fresh Fruit Juicy Pops (for the kids) - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=132
    'Friends' Chili - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=142
    "Friendly" Wing Sauce - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...7&postcount=43

    Game-Day BBQ Sauce from the Commish - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=524
    Garbage Plate Sauce - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...2&postcount=24
    "Got Your Back" Baked Beans - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=840
    Grilled "Cheesecake" - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=872
    Groveland's Mushrooms - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=325
    Groveland Punch - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=859

    Hashbrown Casserole - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=100
    Homemade Burgers - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...5&postcount=35
    Honey-Cajun Corn on the Cob - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=433
    Hot & Tangy Strip Steaks - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=518
    Hot Wings - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...4&postcount=67

    Lemonade Chicken Wings - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...5&postcount=48
    Lighthouse Wings - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=834

    Maple Glazed Baby Potatoes - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=1235
    Maple Lemon Wings - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=110
    Marmelade Bourbon Wings - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=744
    Meat + Heat = Chili - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...2&postcount=31
    Meatball Subs - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=119
    Meaty Chili and Chedder Sandwich - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=150
    Messy Bread - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=453
    Mighty Ity - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=151
    Mojito Grab-a-Kebabs - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=377
    Monica's Potato Soup - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=710
    Most Requested Corn Chowder - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=445
    My Gameday Beer Brats - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=616

    Nacho Dip Pockets - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=738
    No Mess Chili Burgers - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=345
    "Not in Philly" Cheese Steaks - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=166

    One Mean Ribeye - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...1&postcount=95
    Onion Meatloaf - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...8&postcount=83

    Parmesan Garlic Breadsticks - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=208
    Perfect Ribs - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=148
    Philly Cheesesteaks - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=240
    Philly Cheesesteak Soup - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=399
    Pigskin Poppers - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=162
    Pork Palmer Style - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=855
    Pulled Pork and Slaw - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...2&postcount=97

    Raspberry-Lemon Corn on the Cob - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=122
    Raybone's Buffalo Wing Soup - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=203
    Rum-Butter Cheddar Grilled Apple Pie - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=697
    Rum & Coke Ribs - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=752

    Salsa Con Queso - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=113
    Sausage & peppers Burgers - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=1116
    Sausage filled Jalapenos - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...1&postcount=90
    simpletailgating Chili - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=424
    Slaw Dogs - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=763
    Snake Bitten Fall-off-the-bone Ribs - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=282
    Spicy Crockpot Cheese Dip - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=547
    Spicy Honey-Butter Beef - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=401
    Strawberries & Cream Corn-on-the-Cob - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=853
    Stuffed Jalapeno Pizza - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=938
    Sweet & Cheezy Carrots - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=691
    Sweet & Salty Burgers - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=1222

    Taco Salad "Best Ever" - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=116
    Tailgater's Panzerotti - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=500
    Tortilla Soup - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...6&postcount=10

    Vegetarian Chili & Burgers - http://boards.buffalobills.com/showp...&postcount=108

    Wild West Beans - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=1286

    **** Good & Simple Ribs - http://www.simpletailgating.com/?page_id=160



    BaconBurger Dogs (This serves 8 but you can adjust to make more or less)

    Ingredients:
    2 pound of hamburger
    1-1 1/2 pound of thin sliced bacon
    8 hot dogs (not the small ones either, get the jumbo)
    Cheese ( I prefer old cheddar) split the slices of cheese in half length wise
    1 egg
    Small amount of breadcrumbs (less than half a cup)
    Seasoning (store bought or make your own)
    16 toothpicks
    Tin Foil Wrap


    Take hot dogs and slice them length wise (Don't go all the way through!!! Only cut through about half to one third of the hotdog's width).
    Take cheese and place inside the opening of the hot dog.

    Take groundbeef, egg, breadcrumbs, and seasoning and combine. Make 1/4 lb. to 1/2 lb.patties with mixture (personal preference).

    Once patties are formed, flaten patties, then place hot dogs at one end of patty and roll inside of patty.

    Once patty and hotdog are rolled. Wrap in two pieces of bacon (try and use the bacon to cover most of the burgerdog. Use tooth picks to hold bacon in place.

    Individually wrap each bacon burger dog in tin foil.

    Grill in tin foil untill burger is browned. (Usually about 8-10 minutes) I use charcoal so cooking times may vary).

    Then take out of tin foil and grill untill fully browned.

    Serve on hoagie bun with whatever toppings you wish. I always stick with just mustard.

    Oh by the way don't forget to take out the toothpicks once you're done cooking.
    Last edited by Raybone31; 07-18-2012 at 09:48 PM.

    Ok. I get it. This is where you tell me that "locals rule", and that Yuppie insects like me shouldn't be surfing the break, right?
    Nope. That would be a waste of time.
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    As posted by jcmccall in another forum:

    Get some plump jalapenos or your favorite mildly hot peppers and slice gentry down the side leaving the ends intact. Roast them in the oven a bit just to soften them. A little water in the pan in the over or some oil if you pan fry. Stuff in some cheese/salsa mixture (or whatever cheese you like) and add some shredded hot wing pieces. I usually make a mixture of both and add at the same time.

    Bread them throughly with a mixture of Bisquick and beer to keep the cheese inside. You can also use a bit of butcher twine or whatever the stuff they sew up poultry with. Deep fry them for about 3-5 minutes or about 30 seconds after they really start to float or the cheese start oozing out. (Remove the twine once they come out if you used it.)

    I've also done these with bell peppers and its good.

    You will be the man at any tailgate. You can make a deepfryer pretty easily that will work at a tailgate. Get a wide and deep pot and you can find a perforated insert wit ha handle at just about any kitchen store.

    It works the best if the canola or vegetable oil isn't virgin, so burn a couple french fries first. A good way to judge the temperature is putting a popcorn seed in the pot to see if it pops.


    Go easy as you want to make it through the game without blowing an O-ring.


    Cider vinegar sauce on my roasted chicken (or got buy chivettas), but my simple recipe is better.

    Olive and pepper infused homemade bread.

    Roasted potato strips/wedges bathed in oil and spices.

    Teryaki marinated steak tips.

    Buffalo Brownie ice cream.

    Potato salad.

    Oven baked, then roasted wings (they fall apart in chickeny goodness.)


    Sounds **** good gonna try that one next week too.

    Ok. I get it. This is where you tell me that "locals rule", and that Yuppie insects like me shouldn't be surfing the break, right?
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    Default Beer Smoked Ribs....Cola Ribs

    First, I think that this thread is an awesome idea......I hope it catches on....

    Here is a link to a rib recipe that I have tried and enjoyed.....it's from a show called 'Licence to Grill'.....I'm not sure if it's on US tv, but it's on Food TV Canada for sure.....

    http://www.foodtv.ca/recipes/reciped...px?dishid=7693

    The Cola Ribs are also fantastic.....

    http://www.foodtv.ca/recipes/reciped...px?dishid=6570

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    Quote Originally Posted by buff buffalo View Post
    First, I think that this thread is an awesome idea......I hope it catches on....

    Here is a link to a rib recipe that I have tried and enjoyed.....it's from a show called 'Licence to Grill'.....I'm not sure if it's on US tv, but it's on Food TV Canada for sure.....

    http://www.foodtv.ca/recipes/reciped...px?dishid=7693

    The Cola Ribs are also fantastic.....

    http://www.foodtv.ca/recipes/reciped...px?dishid=6570
    Rob's recipies are fantastic. I have quite a few recipies from his show. Actually I've printed off a ton of his recipes. His Chicago Pizza Burgers are just amazing.

    Thanks for the links, and any help you can give to keep this thread going is much appreciated.

    It's my second attempt at making this work.

    Ok. I get it. This is where you tell me that "locals rule", and that Yuppie insects like me shouldn't be surfing the break, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raybone31 View Post
    I would really like to start a thread that just shares great tailgating recipies and ideas. From one Bills fan to another. I have so many and I want to share them with you all. And looking forward to what is out there that I haven't experienced.

    I'll start:

    BaconBurger Dogs (This serves 8 but you can adjust to make more or less)

    Ingredients:
    2 pound of hamburger
    1-1 1/2 pound of thin sliced bacon
    8 hot dogs (not the small ones either, get the jumbo)
    Cheese ( I prefer old cheddar) split the slices of cheese in half length wise
    1 egg
    Small amount of breadcrumbs (less than half a cup)
    Seasoning (store bought or make your own)
    16 toothpicks
    Tin Foil Wrap


    Take hot dogs and slice them length wise (Don't go all the way through!!! Only cut through about half to one third of the hotdog's width).
    Take cheese and place inside the opening of the hot dog.

    Take groundbeef, egg, breadcrumbs, and seasoning and combine. Make 1/4 lb. to 1/2 lb.patties with mixture (personal preference).

    Once patties are formed, flaten patties, then place hot dogs at one end of patty and roll inside of patty.

    Once patty and hotdog are rolled. Wrap in two pieces of bacon (try and use the bacon to cover most of the burgerdog. Use tooth picks to hold bacon in place.

    Individually wrap each bacon burger dog in tin foil.

    Grill in tin foil untill burger is browned. (Usually about 8-10 minutes) I use charcoal so cooking times may vary).

    Then take out of tin foil and grill untill fully browned.

    Serve on hoagie bun with whatever toppings you wish. I always stick with just mustard.

    Oh by the way don't forget to take out the toothpicks once you're done cooking.
    Rachel Raybone, these sound ridiculously good
    .. ill see if I can dig up my chicken wing soup recipe for the colder months

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wooderson View Post
    Rachel Raybone, these sound ridiculously good
    .. ill see if I can dig up my chicken wing soup recipe for the colder months
    Please do. mmmmmmmmmmmmm.

    Ok. I get it. This is where you tell me that "locals rule", and that Yuppie insects like me shouldn't be surfing the break, right?
    Nope. That would be a waste of time.
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    Nice thread. Maybe this will turn into a Bills Tailgate cookbook eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Block "O" View Post
    Nice thread. Maybe this will turn into a Bills Tailgate cookbook eventually.
    There is one. I haven't seen it in circulation in over ten years and the recipes were from the Bills players.
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    Truthfully it would not be bad to tank next year and add a elite scorer before we start to come together.

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    Chicken Wing Soup

    Ingredients:
    2 stalks of celery - chopped
    2-3 cups of cooked shredded chicken
    1 8oz bottle of hot sauce
    ¼ cup of flour
    8oz of shredded cheddar cheese
    1 pint of light cream
    1 14oz can of chicken stock
    ¼ cup of butter
    1 small Vidalia onion diced


    Melt the butter in a stockpot, add the celery, carrots, and onions. Cook until tender. Add the flour and coat the vegetables. Add the chicken stock and continue stirring until the sauce begins to thicken and all flour lumps are dissolved. Add the chicken, and light cream and continue stirring to combine the cream. Turn heat higher up to almost a boil. Add the hot sauce, and cheddar cheese when the mixture is warm…the cheese will help thicken the soup as well.



    I prefer using heavy cream as it makes the soup thicker. I also usually go heavier on the hot sauce. This is great for the winter months in the RWS parking lot.

    Also, if you are ever at Danny's make sure you try their Chicken Wing Soup. By far the best.

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    Default Tortilla Soup

    This is my buddy's recipe for an awesome soup......don't throw out that those turkey/chicken bones....its best to make your own stock but you could just use store bought chicken stock...... Like the chicken wing soup.....this one is perfect for cooler days/nights (that Monday nighter will be awesome!)

    you really need garlic, corn & jalepeno peppers, fresh corriander & limes to make this work, as well as cheese & tortillas

    1. boil up carcas in big soup pot for an hour till meat falls off bone, use about 10 C of water (this will become your chicken stock)
    2. with slotted spoon or by draining, separate meat from broth - pick all the meat off the chicken bones & put it aside into a pile - throw out bones
    3. in new soup pot, heat olive oil or butter: saute 2 chopped onions, 6 or 7 chopped mushrooms, lots of minced garlic
    4. once these soft, add all chicken stock
    5. start a slow boil & add chicken meat, 2 chopped tomatoes, 1 can corn, some diced jalepeno peppers (seeded), some diced green onions
    6. add salt, season with hot sauce, Worcestire, juice of lime or lemon, 1/2 cup chopped fresh corriandertaste the soup, if it needs more salt, add it
    7. heat oven till 350, remove soup from heat & layer it with tortilla strips & chesse mixture (cut 2 tortillas into 1/2 inch strips, grate up some mixture of cheese like cheddar, moz or mont-jack) - alternate by laying tortilla strips across top of soup, then layer of cheese, etc. repeat - put in oven for 30 minutes till bubbling
    8. either just serve this now OR top with fried up tortilla strips (heat little oil in fry pan, cut up tortiallas into 1/2 inch pieces, brown up with chilli powder - should take 5 min's
    9. serve into bowls & top with the crispy tortillas, dallop of plain yogurt & fresh lime juice

    ENJOY, WILL PRODUCE MASSIVE GAS........actually I have not experienced this but perhaps a warning is appropriate.

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    7. heat oven till 350, remove soup from heat & layer it with tortilla strips & chesse mixture (cut 2 tortillas into 1/2 inch strips, grate up some mixture of cheese like cheddar, moz or mont-jack) - alternate by laying tortilla strips across top of soup, then layer of cheese, etc. repeat - put in oven for 30 minutes till bubbling


    crap.....I forget to remove the part about the oven......I think a gas bbq with the lid closed will work just fine for this step......either that or prepare it at home and then just heat it up on the side burner of your bbq

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    I'm thinking about making that soup at the NE game this year. I always like to do something warm like that for the colder games. Chili has been done the last couple of seasons, I think it's time for a little change up and I think this is gonna be it.

    Thank you.

    Ok. I get it. This is where you tell me that "locals rule", and that Yuppie insects like me shouldn't be surfing the break, right?
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    Bump bump bump!!!

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    Man. What a great thread. I hope they stick this. Can't wait for cold Sunday to make chicken wing soup. Keep the ideas coming.

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    wow chicken wing soup sounds like a winner winner chicken dinner! ill be making that in a few weeks to see how it is... altho coming from a bills fan its probably great

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    Bumpety bump bump
    I just want to be excited about our QB....With some Luck, hopefully that will happen next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raybone31 View Post
    I would really like to start a thread that just shares great tailgating recipies and ideas. From one Bills fan to another. I have so many and I want to share them with you all. And looking forward to what is out there that I haven't experienced.

    I'll start:

    BaconBurger Dogs (This serves 8 but you can adjust to make more or less)

    Ingredients:
    2 pound of hamburger
    1-1 1/2 pound of thin sliced bacon
    8 hot dogs (not the small ones either, get the jumbo)
    Cheese ( I prefer old cheddar) split the slices of cheese in half length wise
    1 egg
    Small amount of breadcrumbs (less than half a cup)
    Seasoning (store bought or make your own)
    16 toothpicks
    Tin Foil Wrap


    Take hot dogs and slice them length wise (Don't go all the way through!!! Only cut through about half to one third of the hotdog's width).
    Take cheese and place inside the opening of the hot dog.

    Take groundbeef, egg, breadcrumbs, and seasoning and combine. Make 1/4 lb. to 1/2 lb.patties with mixture (personal preference).

    Once patties are formed, flaten patties, then place hot dogs at one end of patty and roll inside of patty.

    Once patty and hotdog are rolled. Wrap in two pieces of bacon (try and use the bacon to cover most of the burgerdog. Use tooth picks to hold bacon in place.

    Individually wrap each bacon burger dog in tin foil.

    Grill in tin foil untill burger is browned. (Usually about 8-10 minutes) I use charcoal so cooking times may vary).

    Then take out of tin foil and grill untill fully browned.

    Serve on hoagie bun with whatever toppings you wish. I always stick with just mustard.

    Oh by the way don't forget to take out the toothpicks once you're done cooking.
    Sounds great. i will have to try that one. But I can feel my arteries clogging already...
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    Quote Originally Posted by geargo View Post
    Sounds great. i will have to try that one. But I can feel my arteries clogging already...
    The dogs clog but the beer clears. You'll be okay... I promise.

    Ok. I get it. This is where you tell me that "locals rule", and that Yuppie insects like me shouldn't be surfing the break, right?
    Nope. That would be a waste of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raybone31 View Post
    The dogs clog but the beer clears. You'll be okay... I promise.
    Hey is sounds like a great recipe. I am trying to get tickets for some games in september or October. I want to try one of those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wooderson View Post
    Chicken Wing Soup

    Ingredients:
    2 stalks of celery - chopped
    2-3 cups of cooked shredded chicken
    1 8oz bottle of hot sauce
    ¼ cup of flour
    8oz of shredded cheddar cheese
    1 pint of light cream
    1 14oz can of chicken stock
    ¼ cup of butter
    1 small Vidalia onion diced


    Melt the butter in a stockpot, add the celery, carrots, and onions. Cook until tender. Add the flour and coat the vegetables. Add the chicken stock and continue stirring until the sauce begins to thicken and all flour lumps are dissolved. Add the chicken, and light cream and continue stirring to combine the cream. Turn heat higher up to almost a boil. Add the hot sauce, and cheddar cheese when the mixture is warm…the cheese will help thicken the soup as well.



    I prefer using heavy cream as it makes the soup thicker. I also usually go heavier on the hot sauce. This is great for the winter months in the RWS parking lot.

    Also, if you are ever at Danny's make sure you try their Chicken Wing Soup. By far the best.
    Thanks for this recipe. I have been looking all over WNY for a good recipe for this and this one sounds good. How would you say it compares to the Danny's version? I agree it is great.

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