Savory dishes are rarely addictive to me, but these were Hubby agreed!
These chicken wings are also perfect for your fall parties and lazy Sundays spent watching football!
Sriracha, that red Asian-inspired hot chili sauce whose green-capped squeeze bottle with a rooster printed on it, is more than just a means of spicing up a dish — Asian or otherwise.
Like bacon, this iconic hot sauce has garnered praise from all over the culinary spectrum, and it has been elevated to having cult status by the power of Internet-fueled fandom. I mean, would you put Sriracha hot chili sauce on your sweet and creamy milkshake? The folks at this burger joint with locations in New York and L. not only pride themselves on their tasty burgers, but also on their weekly rotating milkshake specials.
One thing I don’t glorify nearly enough on this blog is my love of spicy food! The salty soy ties all the flavors together so nicely, and a squeeze of fresh lime adds a fresh brightness to these finger-lickin’-good wings!
“Some feel it has a distinct taste that is very unique to what their palette is used to,” he told me.
“Some others however, are not fond of that uniqueness.” I was of the former group. I’m probably biased with that rating because I already enjoy spicy Asian food.
She was talking about a baseball bat, which she uses to bust up car windshields and fire hydrants and wig store security cameras, singing, "I don't want to lose my pride but Imma fuck me up a bitch." Well, okay!
This is bad news for Hillary Clinton, who has really been capitalizing on the fact that she carries hot sauce in her bag, and that she had the good sense to establish this fact four years ago.