Dave’s Buffalo Wings

Submitted by The Wizard of Ahhhs


4 or 5 lb. bag of wings, defrosted 1 qt buttermilk
Oil for deep frying Flour for dredging
1 12oz. bottle of your favorite hot sauce 1 stick unsalted butter
1 clove garlic, chopped ½ tsp dry mustard
dash of Worcestershire sauce


  1. Defrost wings & soak them in buttermilk overnight.
  2. Dredge wings in the flour then deep fry them in the oil. Make sure your oil is hot enough before frying, at least 325°F.
  3. In a saucepan, melt the butter & add the garlic, dry mustard, & Worcestershire. Heat until the garlic starts to cook slightly, then add the hot sauce & bring to a boil.
  4. Once the sauce boils for a minute or so you can turn it off; it’s done.
  5. When all the wings are done, toss them in the sauce & serve with Ranch or Bleu Cheese dressing & some celery & enjoy.

Chef’s Note: Most people use Franks, I do not. The salt content is too high, there are other brands out there that are less salty, like Texas Pete’s, & are just as good. Look at the label: if the sodium RDA is less than 10% (which is what Frank’s is) then try it. If you do use Franks, be sure to use unsalted butter to cut the saltiness down.

Sweet & Hearty Chili

Submitted by TheRob


1 lb ground sirloin 1 lb ground beef
½ lb thick cut bacon 1 pkg mild or hot chili season mix
1 pkg Original Chili season mix 1-16 oz can Red Beans (or chili beans)
2-16 oz cans Seasoned Diced tomato sauce salt & pepper
paprika chipotle hot sauce (optional)
hot sauce ¼ c. sugar
¼ c. dark brown sugar


  1. Add red beans & tomatoes to a large pot. Set to low. Brown ground sirloin in a skillet on medium-high. Add salt & pepper to season. Just a little bit, be sensible.
  2. Now is the good part. Take a couple of pinches of your sugar & add to the browning sirloin. Do the same with the brown sugar. If there is a good amount of fat/grease, drain. Leave a little to help with the chili mix.
  3. Add the Original Chili season mix to the ground sirloin. Add to the pot with red beans & tomatoes.
  4. In a skillet, brown the ground beef. Once again add salt & pepper, pinches of brown & regular sugar.
  5. Take chipotle hot sauce & regular hot sauce & add a couple of shakes around the browning beef. (How much you add here determines the real hotness of the chili. None to little for just a sweet & mild chili or more for sweet & hot, & a good amount like me for the real sweet & fire in your mouth!!)
  6. Keep the fat/grease & add to pot with red beans, tomatoes, & ground sirloin. Add mild/hot chili seasoning. Slice the bacon into smaller bite sized pieces.
  7. In skillet take the thick sliced bacon pieces & cook in previous fat/grease that is left & the seasoning. As the bacon is cooking, add the rest of the sugars to the pot with everything else. When the bacon is finished, add to pot & let simmer.
  8. Enjoy with saltine crackers.

Chef’s Note: “Fucking copyrighted”

Chicken & Pork Adobo

Submitted by Tired Lil Tinker Hell
Serves 5+


1 c. white or cider vinegar 1 c. water
2 tbsp peeled & crushed garlic 1 tsp salt
3 bay leaves 1 tsp black pepper
3 lbs. chicken (large pieces or hacked small) 2½ lbs pork butt cut into 1½” cubes
2 tbsp soy sauce 2 tbsp peanut oil (optional)
¼ c. red wine (optional) Hot sauce or dried hot peppers (optional)
½ c. to 1 c. brown sugar (optional)


  1. You can use either your favorite chicken pieces (thighs & legs are frequently used) or “hack” one whole chicken. Hacking refers to cutting a whole chicken into small pieces with the bone still in. Leaving the bone in the pieces helps retain moisture & shape. You do not want to make this dish with boneless chicken.
  2. In a large pot bring to a boil the vinegar, water, garlic, salt, bay leaves, hot pepper, & black pepper. Add the cut up meat & cover with the brown sugar & once again bring to a boil. 
  3. Lower the heat & summer covered for 30 minutes. Add the soy sauce & the wine & cook an additional 10 minutes.
  4. Remove the meat & continue cooking the sauce until it’s reduced by half. 
  5. Optional: While the sauce continues to cook, you may want to brown the chicken & pork pieces in a hot skillet with the peanut oil. If you used large chicken pieces, skip this step.
  6. Serve the meat & the sauce over white rice.
Chef’s Note: Some Latin countries have an almost identical recipe, except they add the ingredients above marked as “optional”.  These are not traditional in the Philippines.