Buttery black pepper glazed wings for my nose (or is it nodh)

I’m still in a slightly disoriented but happy post holiday haze, about time I start logging recipes in my recipe box after that wonderful and extended holiday break with family who were visiting from out-of-town. Bits and pieces of me are still reluctantly floating back from the holiday zone. The weather here in Atlanta has been bits of this and pieces of that. Sunny and in the 70s one day of the week, crisp and pleasant the next, plummeting back down to the 40s and monstrously gray and wet on the fourth day. It hasn’t been ideal weather for my sinus or Sammie’s. We’ve relied on a little help from the local pharmacy, a lot of hearty soup, the odd nightly nip of hot toddy and heaping helpings of black pepper to keep our heads clear. One of the yummier ways we get our black pepper fix is with these buttery double pepper glazed wings. I can’t have too much pepper in them so I’m generous with the ground pepper and the pepper sauce the quantities listed below are to be taken with a pinch of salt and a big dash of pepper.

Prep time: 5 min | Total time: 35 min | Servings: 3 – 4

Buttery Black Pepper Wings (Jay)

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Oven Baked Buffalo Wings

When it is game night, movie night or just Friday night with family and friends you know you must have some kinda wing thing going to please everyone. Our favorite is buffalo wings, there was a time when I deep-fried them, I stopped once I realized I could oven bake them and it would be impossible to tell they weren’t fried. I had to kinda keep it from Sammie the first time I baked instead of fried, I know he would have sworn they were not the same if I’d let him on it before he tried them baked.

Prep time: 40 min | Total Time: 2 hrs | Servings: 2 – 3

Oven Baked Buffalo Wings (Jay)

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Indian Lime & Spice Roasted Wings

This one is inspired by a family favorite and will always be wrapped up in memories of my mother and Aunt Leela. The original recipe is deep fried and uses vinegar in the marinade while lime is served on the side. These wings  are forever bound up in memories of summer afternoons with visiting family and Kingfisher beer, which incidentally is available at the Dekalb Farmer’s Market in Atlanta. These wings are sharp, zesty,  full of personality and hard to forget. Kinda like my Aunt Leela and also a bit like my sister. Cheers!

Prep time: 5 min |  Total time: 25 min | Servings: 4 | Sammie scores it : 8/10

Indian Lime & Spice Roasted Wings (Jay)

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