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Friday, 30 October 2009



Can't wait to get my grill and start grilling again. Looks good and sounds good.


Those wings look so good! It'll be one I can actually make without a kitchen. :)


Hi Billy - It turned out pretty well.

Hi Carol - I did think about doing the deep dry thing, but this was actually less messy.....


sounds tasty!


hi kirk - those look so good! the recipe looks pretty easy too. they remind me of the fish sauce glaze chicken wings at pok pok.

sadly, i don't know how to use a grill so my husband will be the lucky one to "make" these wings!


Hi Kat - It sure wasn;t short on flavor.

Hi CC - I think grilling should be the hubbie's job anyway. This is really, really easy.... as most of the stuff I make is.


The title alone got my attention, but it sounds like a pungent dish you'd want to cook outdoors. The glaze sounds awesome.


Hi FH - It really didn't smell that bad. And if you'd deep fry the wings, you'd add the sauce after the frying process... a la Buffalo wings.


My wife craves Mama Sits wings every so often. But I think it might be high time for a bit of a change up.

By the way, she likes a bit more char on hers (childhood memories I imagine), but not like...ahem...the first version you mentioned. (I've done that before, but I SWEAR it was the alcohol doing the cooking)


Hi Jan - It must've been the booze manning the grill on that day!

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