Buffalo wings

buffalo wing

Usually, buffalo wings. deep-fried chicken wings served in a spicy sauce and usually with celery and a blue cheese dressing.
Also, Buffalo wing.


Origin:
1980–85; Americanism; after a restaurant in Buffalo, which popularized the dish

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Main Entry:  Buffalo wings
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  small deep-fried chicken wings cooked in spicy hot cayenne pepper sauce, esp. served as an appetizer with blue cheese dressing and celery sticks; also called Buffalo chicken wings
Etymology:  from first being served in Anchor Bar, Buffalo, New York (1964)
Usage:  cooking
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