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Old 05-17-2019, 06:07 PM   #1
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Are trashed wings just a St. Louis thing or are they in other parts of the country also?

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Never heard of them, look great
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I believe they would work anywhere!
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i'd eat em in Kansas if I knew what they were...
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Are trashed wings just a St. Louis thing or are they in other parts of the country also?

Never heard of it but I'd eat it in California.
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Never heard of them in WV or NC, but they look good. How do they differ from Buffalo wings?
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Old 05-18-2019, 06:44 AM   #7
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I would eat them Sam I am. On a serious note, they look delicious!
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I'd google the term- but I'm still not awake.

Hey- somebody with more coffee in their veins- look it up and report back
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They are just sauced and double fried wings. Season them, fry them, sauce them, re-fry them, saucing after second frying is opt.

They can be found many places around the country and by several different names depending on location.
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Never heard of Trashed Wings in Az.
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They are just sauced and double fried wings. Season them, fry them, sauce them, re-fry them, saucing after second frying is opt.

They can be found many places around the country and by several different names depending on location.
Correct, I didn't know if they were just local or not.
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