SportsRadio WIP’s Wing Bowl is an action-packed adventure in the gluttonous sport of competitive eating. It is a Philly tradition, that takes place just before the Super Bowl, in which contestants try to eat the most buffalo wings that they can in three rounds. This year, world famous competitive eater, Takeru Kobayashi, joins the festivities and Bring The Wing was there to capture it all on film.
The Bring The Wing crew had a great time in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware at day two of the Third Annual Peppers Tailgate Party at the Beach. Chileheads from all over came out in crowds to sample sauces and other products from vendors across the country. We were among famous chefs and authors, and even witnessed a Guinness World Record being broken right in front of our eyes.
The National Buffalo Wing Festival celebrated its 11th birthday this Labor Day weekend as Buffalo wing enthusiasts flocked to Coca-Cola Field in Buffalo, New York to sample hundreds of styles of wings. Bring The Wing couldn’t pass up the opportunity to participate in this event, so we traveled the seven hours to Buffalo to cover the festival and to join in on all of the fun.
Bring The Wing made it up to Bay Shore, NY for the first ever Long Island Buffalo Wing Festival that came complete with mechanical bull, wing eating contests, and judging from a celebrity panel including: Brimstone (Wrestler), Luscious Hound, Derek Prince (MasterChef), Johnny McLaughlin (Chopped & Crowd Rules), Roger & JP (WBAB), Erin Colton (Channel 12 News), and our very own Brian.
While we were at the Long Island Buffalo Wing Festival, we had a chance to talk with fellow judge and spicy foods expert, Johnny McLaughlin of Heartbreaking Dawns, about his product line and award-winning ghost wing recipe. Watch our interview to find out how you can make this wing recipe for yourself and how to purchase Heartbreaking Dawns Ghost Pepper Sauce and Cajun Spice Blend.
Despite the early rain showers, Wingstock York turned out to be great success. In addition to providing a fun, family-oriented wing festival, Wingstock also raised funds to support the programs of the Crispus Attucks Association, which provides social services, education, community development, and affordable housing to the diverse population of York, PA. We had a wonderful time, and would like to thank the organizers of Wingstock for inviting us to be a part of this event.
At Bring The Wing, we like to cover all things wing related. And when it comes down to it, the sauce is what really makes a great wing stand out from the crowd. At the heart of each sauce is the pepper used to create it, so we have decided to conduct a series of videos demonstrating how to grow your own hot peppers which can be used to make your own hot sauce.
Join Farmer Pappy in Bring The Wing’s second installment on how to grow hot peppers where he discusses how to maintain your plants by controlling weeds & pests and collecting rain water for proper irrigation. In this episode, Farmer Pappy will demonstrate how to minimize slug damage and how to make your garden virtually weed-free.
It is time. Our peppers are ready for the pickin’, and in this installment on how to grow hot peppers, Farmer Pappy will cover harvesting and preservation as well as some alternate uses. We will also get a glimpse into what it is like to eat the hottest pepper in the world as Brian takes on the Butch T Trinidad Scorpion Pepper.
Back by popular demand!! We stopped by Farmer Pappy’s to see how this year’s pepper plants progressed. We introduced a couple new strains and also get an insight in compost material as well as how honey bees play a role. It’s never a dull moment when Brian and Farmer Pappy get together.
We’re back in the garden showing you how to pickle hot peppers that Farmer Pappy picked. In this demonstration, Farmer Pappy will teach you how to transform ordinary jalapeno peppers into a tasty topping for sandwiches and so much more. Click here for the recipe.
Through time there have been many great competing restaurants that keep their loyal customers battling it out to prove which one has the best product. In Philly if you are looking for a great cheesesteak there is either Geno’s or Pat’s, for a real Chicago deep dish pizza in Chicago it will be Pizzeria Uno or Lou Malnati’s, and if you find yourself in Buffalo chasing after some great wings there are only two names that stand in the forefront: Anchor Bar and Duff’s Famous Wings.
With wing eating challenges popping up in restaurants around the country, we saw this as a perfect opportunity to introduce our very own “Scoville Will.” Will rightfully earned his nickname after downing a ghost pepper without even breaking a sweat. So we decided to take him to Dadz Bar & Grill to see if he could tackle their “Hotter than Hell” Wing Challenge.
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