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When it comes to wings, the smaller, the better!  Unfortunately, many restaurants want to advertise large or jumbo wings, and people order them thinking they’re getting more bang for their buck and not knowing what a great wing is supposed to taste like.

Large wings tend to be rubbery and flavorless – the only flavor you get is from the sauce!  Smaller wings cook up nicely, the skin gets crisp and the meat is tender, juicy and full of flavor!  Sure, I enjoy a good dipping sauce too, but a great wing can stand alone and be delicious!  If you’re a frequent wing eater, I’m sure you’ve had your fair share of “dud” wings.

Scott Sechler Talks about the Best Wings

Scott Sechler Talks about the Best Wings

If you haven’t tried Bell & Evans’ wings, you’re missing out!  At Bell & Evans, our chickens average only 5.6 lbs. at live weight.  They are 100% air chilled too, so you get that locked-in, natural flavor.  They may be smaller, but they’re more enjoyable to eat.  We deliver quality over quantity.  They make the perfect appetizer – I could eat them every single night!

When you stop to think about it, large wings come from large chickens.  Large chickens come from commodity producers trying to net as much profit as they can off of those big birds.  The larger the bird, the more likely that it had skeletal, cardiovascular and muscular issues from growing faster and bigger than its body could handle.  That also means it was less active, so the meat will be tougher.  To make matters worse, those commodity producers send their big chickens through water chill baths during harvest, where the chickens absorb water weight and lose their natural juices.  The chickens end up flavorless – wings included!  Yuck!

I’ll eat a great wing, albeit smaller, any day!  You can keep the jumbo wings!

Comments

  1. Bill Z. says:

    I agree. Always enjoyed the smaller wing.

    1. Great minds think alike!

  2. Kenneth D. says:

    I make Wings all the time all i use is Bell & Evans thank you Scott for raising great Chickens

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