Favorite Store Bought Wing Sauce?

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  1. bandicoot Silver Belt

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    What are you guys favorite wing sauce if/when you buy it at the store? Do you make it at home? Feel free to post recipes as I've never made my own.

    I personally feel that Moore's Wing Sauce is the GOAT of Buffalo Wing sauce.

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  2. RawHawg Black Belt

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    How would you describe the taste of a good wing sauce? Like a mix of other well known condiments or something all it's own?
     
  3. metal saying what i want Platinum Member

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    Never really eat wings, and don't have much experience with the sauces. Might need to look into that.
     
  4. bandicoot Silver Belt

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    Well, it's gotta be spicy imo. Hot enough to make you sweat a bit, but not hot enough to send you running for milk. It's gotta be vinegary, also imo.
     
  5. bandicoot Silver Belt

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    Really any combination of flavors can be a good wing sauce. I just prefer a buffalo style.
     
  6. bandicoot Silver Belt

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    Yeah, man. Wings are a great food. Good for snacks, dinner, and all of the different styles you can prepare them in is just awesome.
     
  7. odog A cat trapped in a dog's body

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    I buy Franks Buffalo sauce (which is different from their original red). I mix 50 ml with 25 ml melted butter, and add a little garlic powder.
     
  8. metal saying what i want Platinum Member

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    What are some good sauces to try? I get the normal heat sauces, bbq, etc.
     
  9. HugeFanSmallBod Pump Up The Jam Pump It Up While Ya Feet R Stomp'N

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    Im not really a fan of buffalo sauce. I prefer bbq sauce and basically anything that isn't neon orange. I like to take sweet baby rays and add some extra touches to it. BWW sells their sauces as well but I rarely buy them and I don't know why.
     
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  10. RawHawg Black Belt

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    I notice many people eat ranch dressing and celery with their wings and wing sauce, I suppose to temper the heat?
     
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  12. bandicoot Silver Belt

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    I found it to be an acute case of IMABFP, or I'm a big fat pussy syndrome.

    I tend to enjoy bleu cheese dressing with my hot buffalo wings. Not because I can't handle the heat, just the flavors go so well together.
     
  13. RawHawg Black Belt

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    Is that an off-shoot of vaganitis?
     
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    that looks like it comes out orange too
     
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    I don't know how some eat them with blue cheese. That shit smells like feet.
     
  17. pv3Hpv3p Brown Belt

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    Make my own:

    Frank's red hot (or something similar ie: Louisiana etc)

    Srirachi (for extra heart)

    Half stick melted butter

    Couple tablespoons vinegar

    Little garlic powder

    Little cayenne (more heat)

    Maybe a dash of Worcestershire


    Cook it all in a sauce pan, spin fresh cooked wings in it, enjoy
     
  18. bandicoot Silver Belt

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    Delicious feet.
     
  19. bragglefraggle Purple Belt

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    Are you asian?
     
  20. Kanster Guest

    Nope.
     

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