VIDEO: How to Eat a Chicken Wing

By: Dave Mechlowicz

Thanksgiving is over, but the football games are just starting. If you're tired of eating Thanksgiving leftovers (impossible, we know), dive into a pile of chicken wings. But before you start eating them, ask yourself this question: Am I eating this chicken wing the right way? Yes, there's actually a right way to eat a chicken wing, and I promise it will make your entire perspective on eating wings a whole lot different.

So sit back, relax and watch. Once you’re done, find your favorite wing recipes to make so you can try it out yourself.

Every month I'll be showing you the proper and easy way to eat something, so what would you like to see next? Tell me in the comments below.

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