Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Crazy Baked Chicken Wings

There is a wing place I know that mixes the garlic flavor sauce with the barbecue flavor sauce and calls the result crazy flavor. I think they are delicious. I had some chicken wings to cook and thought I would try to create a similar flavor. This is the first recipe I have ever invented so please leave comments with ways I can improve it.

2 pounds chicken wing sections
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Rinse wings.

Combine dry ingredients in a gallon size zippered storage bag. Add wings. Seal bag. Toss to coat. Place wings on a foil lined baking sheet covered in cooking spray.

Bake for 60 minutes.

For the sauce, heat equal parts barbecue sauce and butter in a skillet. Add garlic salt and hot sauce to taste. Place fully cooked wings in skillet to coat with sauce.


Monday, May 14, 2012

One Week With My New Cell Phone

Last weekend I bought a new smart phone. I have been thoroughly impressed with my Pantech Burst™ from AT&T. The big selling point was 4G LTE. It really is lightning fast. The big shock was I only had to pay $29. I asked to see the least expensive Android 4G phone expecting that I would start there and go up in price until I found one I liked. I still can't believe that a $29 phone is completely awesome. One week in and there is absolutely no buyer's remorse.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Papa Murphy's Messed Up My Pizza and You Won't Believe What Happened Next

I tried Papa Murphy's Take 'N' Bake pizza for the first time recently. There is a new location near my home and they mailed coupons. I decided to give them a try and went there with my daughter. We ordered a Chicago-Style Stuffed™ and my daughter asked if we could get it without onions. It seemed like a small sacrifice so, "no onions" was added to the order. We were made aware of a special and added two dessert choices for $5 to our order. I was also able to use a coupon for $2 off the price of our stuffed pizza.

There were several orders ahead of ours and we sat down to wait. It was interesting to watch the pizzas being made and soon I found myself studying their technique. After a few minutes I guessed at which pizza was ours and watched as it was prepared. I decided I must have guessed wrong when the onions were added. Then something incredible happened. The young man making our pizza realized his mistake. What do you think happened next?