Andrew Fildes wrote:
> >Why do the British call cookies "biscuits" -- they aren't cooked twice.
> Hmmm. (Switches to surly pedant mode). We are English, we speak English.
> Don't know what the hell it is you lot are speaking. :-)
> Why do you call chips 'french fries' when they aren't. What on earth is a
> buffalo wing.
Buffalo wing- actually, a "Buffalo New York style chicken Wing". The two
larger thirds of a chicken wing (separated), cooked in a spicy sauce, and
served with bleu cheese salad dressing and celery sticks. Called Buffalo
wings, because it was invented in a bar in Buffalo, NY.
Or so I've heard.
Steve Goss, Dallas, TX usa
Who first encountered Buffalow wings while living in Philadelphia. (a whole lot
closer to Buffalo)
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