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Eating Chicken Wing

Submitted by Loring A. Windblad on January 21, 2010

Eating Chicken Wing

Chicken wings are one of the most loved foods all over the world. The spicy goodness of chicken wings especially when they are eaten with sour cream and cheese is something that not many can resist.

However, for most people, eating chicken wings can be a very embarrassing and messy affair. It is because of this that many people do not order chicken wings when in polite company. When you gnaw between the tiny bird bones, you may be able to get to the parts where the flesh is difficult to reach.

However, it leaves you messy, with trails of the barbecue sauce lingering all over your mouth and face. The sight is anything but appealing.
You may see a lot of people eating around the bones.

They only eat the fleshy portions of the wings, leaving the delicate parts behind, only so that they do not appear unusual or unsophisticated while eating the wings.

The flat portions of the wings, where the two bones meet the flesh, are relatively easier to eat. It is the inner portions between the delicately joined bones that are difficult to get to.

There is a particular manner which should be employed in order to eat these wings without making a mess. For most people, knowing how to properly eat chicken wings is valuable knowledge. Since very few people know the right technique of eating chicken wings, it is a good idea to be a part of this small group.

Knowing the technique will allow you to finish up your chicken wings without getting your fingers or your face messy.

Unfortunately even those who have been eating chicken wings with an ardent fervor for many years, are not able to eat their chicken wings without seeming improper and without making a mess of things.

Recently, the chef of a popular restaurant in the United States of America has shown an extremely easy way to eat chicken wings. Using this method, you can strip the bones, leaving only a solid strip of flesh which can then be easily consumed. You can take this piece of flesh and daub it into the sauce of your choice before devouring it.

In this method you just have to remove a small piece of bone from the wings. Then you can use the larger bone to hold the piece and daub it with the sauce of your choice. This manner of eating chicken wings is simple but very effective and does not compromise on table manners.
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