buffalo wings are not from a buffalo. they are chicken wings covered in buffalo sauce.
do buffalo have wings?...no do chicken have wings?...yes
no. "buffalo wings" are made from chicken wings, not buffalo. the term comes from the city of buffalo, in new york state. buffalo do not have wings because they are not birds, but mammals like domestic cattle are.
chicken wings are buffalo wings just without the buffalo sauce! most buffalo wing restaurants will also label chicken wings in their non-buffalo sauce sauces (like lemon pepper or garlic) buffalo wings.
buffalo wild wings
buffalo's don't have wings!
buffalo wild wings
buffalo wild wings was created in 1982.
5.00 at buffalo wild wings
buffalo wings are chicken wings. they're named after the city of origin - buffalo - not the animal they're made from.
buffalo wings are a type of chicken wings. it is like saying a tibetan mastiff is a type of dog.
buffalo wings come from a restaurant in buffalo ny called the anchor bar. its about all buffalo is known for. and the pan am expodition
you cook buffalo wings for about 1 and half hr.
alitas de bufalo is buffalo wings in spanish.
buffalo wings were not invented in las vegas, but at the anchor bar in buffalo, ny in 1964.
no, just the ones with buffalo wing sauce on them.
one wing from buffalo wild wings has 3g of carbs.
buffalo wild wings was created in 1982 by jim and scott.
buffalo wings - inline hockey - was created in 1994.
buffalo wild wings originate from the restaurant buffalo wild wings. the restaurant offers a wide range of sauces and seasonings for their wings, including sweet and sour and spicy.
there are currently 16 different flavors of chicken wings sold at buffalo wild wings. these include teriyaki, parmesan garlic, buffalo, jalepeno, thai curry, and hot barbecue (bbq).
a person can eat buffalo chicken wings while they are pregnant. the problem with the buffalo chicken wings, however, is how the woman is going to feel afterwards. the hotter the wings, the more chance that a pregnant woman will have heartburn.
no. contrary to popular belief, "buffalo wings" are not part of a buffalo. they are chicken wings covered in a hot sauce. this food was popularized in buffalo, new york.