Hot Wings Video Recipes

Wrapping up our Week of Wings 6 (yes, that’s 6 years of Week of Wings so far), we’re sharing some YouTube videos of grilled wings, smoked wings, and bbq wings that we find interesting, useful, and hopefully flavorful… but always interesting! Week of Wings 6 – Day 5

Peanut Butter Wings – from Micah of Grilling and Smoking

Micah does a Wings Wednesday series on YouTube. Always a good watch and usually a good recipe. Here is Micah’s take on Peanut Butter Wings.

… pretty good, maybe doctor it up for a little more spice… something completely different.

Like me, Micah is on a quest to find the best mustard based wings recipe… so if you have any suggestions, let us know!

Check out his other Wings Wednesdays and subscribe to Micah at https://www.youtube.com/user/GrillingAndSmoking


The Wolfe Pit – Grilled (Original) Buffalo Wings

In this cooking video The Wolfe Pit shows you how to grill Buffalo Wings using the Original Buffalo Wing recipe from the Anchor Bar in Buffalo New York. If you like fried Buffalo Wings you will LOVE Grilled Buffalo Wings.

Be sure and visit and check out Larry’s other great recipes and videos at his blog:

http://wolfepit.blogspot.com/


Caribbean Style Hot Wings

Malcom Reed has a great and simple Caribbean style sauce on his grilled wings.


Sriracha Hot Wings Recipe – Baked

This entertaining little video from Tasted features a very simple baked wing Sriracha recipe. And it’s entertaining.


Final Thoughts: Of course there are hundreds thousands of wings videos online! Look around, do what you like. Experiment!

We hope you enjoyed our Week of Wings 6 series of posts, and if you try any of the recipes… well please let us know how they worked out for you.

Thank you for reading and subscribing! Please leave a Comment below or Contact us anytime!

~Brian and Marilyn


More Week of Wings 6

Week of Wings 6 – Day 1: Louisiana Brand Wing Kit Review
Week of Wings 6 – Day 2: Sriracha Rub on Wings
Week of Wings 6 – Day 3: Vortex Grilled Wings
Week of Wings 6 – Day 4: Datil Dew Inferno Wings
Week of Wings 6 – Day 5: Hot Wings Video Recipes

Datil Dew Inferno Wings

It’s back to a sauce review on wings today with Datil Dew Inferno Sauce from PepperProducts.com. Don’t let the “Inferno” name scare you. This is Week of Wings 6 – Day 4.

Datil Dew Inferno Sauce #7

We love Datil pepper based sauces here at HotSauceDaily.com. Whether it’s a BBQ sauce, a dry rub, or in this case a sauce that defies description… if it showcases the Datil pepper from St. Augustine Florida, we are all in.

Datil Dew Inferno 16 oz bottle

Datil Dew Inferno 16 oz bottle

Wanda and Byron Bates have built PepperProducts.com to showcase their many sauces and pickles, all based around the Datil pepper.

The Datil Dew Inferno sauce is:

Ingredients: Tomato paste, corn syrup, vinegar, salt, onion powder, spice and natural flavors, water, brown sugar, red wine vinegar, Datil and habanero peppers, garlic and salt.

A fine tomato base sauce that has the heat to satisfy any pepper head’s palate! Succulent Datil pepper FLAVOR without sacrificing the heat. ~pepperproducts.com

I mentioned earlier to not let the “Inferno” name scare you away – and now I will mention that #7 on the bottle is also a bit over-stated. This sauce is not a 7 out of 10 in heat. I’m not sure why they have a #7 on the label.

Datil Dew Inferno sauce closeup

Datil Dew Inferno sauce is dark mahogany colored with a light-medium consistency.

Heat Level: Rated 2 out of 5 StarsSpicy, hot, sweet, heat.

We cooked up some wings using our standard bake and deep-fry method (Wings 101). We then tossed them into the Datil Dew Inferno sauce, and for the pretty pictures, we painted on even more sauce!

Datil Dew Inferno wings

Hot wings glazed with Datil Dew Inferno then brushed with more sauce.

Final Thoughts

Overall Rating: Rated 4 out of 5 Stars – Delicious and easily a repeat sauce. Great Datil based glaze.

Both Marilyn and I thought this sauce is a great glaze on wings with the sweet and fragrant Datil pepper profile.

Where to buy:

http://pepperproducts.com/datil-pepper-sauces.html

Disclaimer: We received this product courtesy of the manufacturer for review.

Closeup of Datil Dew Inferno Wings

Extra sauce is always good.


More Week of Wings 6

Week of Wings 6 – Day 1: Louisiana Brand Wing Kit Review
Week of Wings 6 – Day 2: Sriracha Rub on Wings
Week of Wings 6 – Day 3: Vortex Grilled Wings
Week of Wings 6 – Day 4: Datil Dew Inferno Wings (You are here.)
Week of Wings 6 – Day 5: ?

Sriracha Rub on Wings

Dry rubbed wings with J&D’s Sriracha Rub is our entry for Day 2 of Week of Wings 6. Famous for their Bacon Salt and Baconnaise condiments, J&D’s Sriracha Rub brings the flavor of a Thai Hot Chili Sauce to a dry rub. Week of Wings 6 – Day 2.

J&D’s Sriracha Rub

Sriracha Rub

J&D’s Sriracha Rub

J&D’s says to use their Sriracha Rub “very liberally on steak, chicken, pork, seafood and more…”. Everyone says that about their rubs. Our goal here is to use it on wings. Deep fried wings. Hot does it taste? Read on…

Heat Level: Rated 2 out of 5 Stars – Nice mild to medium-light heat. Just perfect for wings that everyone can enjoy! Spicy and delicious.

Overall: Rated 4.5 out of 5 Stars – Savory, crispy, and very satisfying. One of the best dry rubbed wings we’ve had in a while. “Wish we had cooked more of these.”
~ Marilyn
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Ingredients: Evaporated cane juice, red jalapeño powder, white distilled vinegar powder (potato maltodextrin, white distilled vinegar, modified food starch), salt, dehydrated garlic, minced garlic, red bell pepper granules, cayenne pepper, rice concentrate (anticaking agent), sunflower oil, yeast extract, citric acid, parsley.

J&D's Sriracha Rub closeup

J&D’s Sriracha Rub closeup

Preparation: Deep fried. Again, we did our usual 3 step cook – baked the wings at 350º for 40 minutes (turning once half-way through), deep fried at 350 – 375º for 2 – 3 minutes, then tossed in the sauce. See our Wings 101 post for more info.

Dry Wing Goodness

J&D's Sriracha Rubbed wings

J&D’s Sriracha Rubbed wings

These wings came out great, delicious, dry and savory. Winners! As Marilyn said earlier… we wish we had more to eat for this cook.

J&D's Sriracha Rub wings

J&D’s Sriracha Rub wings

Final thoughts: At first we thought the rub was too salty… tasting it straight out of the shaker… but after cooking the wings, the salty taste went away and we were left with a spicy, savory rub on the wings. While it was not an overwhelming “sriracha” flavor, the nuances of the flavors spoke of garlic and chiles and a hint of sriracha style sauce. Satisfying!

J&D Sriracha Rub - extra on the plate

J&D Sriracha Rub – extra on the plate

You can shop at http://www.jdfoods.net/ for all of their products, and find the Sriracha Rub here: https://baconsalt.3dcartstores.com/JDs-Sriracha-Rub-All-Purpose-Seasoning_p_188.html

Disclaimer: We received this product courtesy of the manufacturer for review.


More Week of Wings 6

Week of Wings 6 – Day 1: Louisiana Brand Wing Kit Review
Week of Wings 6 – Day 2: Sriracha Rub on Wings (You are here.)
Week of Wings 6 – Day 3: Vortex Grilled Wings in a Weber Kettle
Week of Wings 6 – Day 4: Datil Dew Inferno Wings
Week of Wings 6 – Day 5: ?

Seven wing recipes to try this year

Wrapping up our Week of Wings 5 Series, we present some awesome looking wing recipes that we want try this year. Of course we’ll share our experiences with you.

Seven wing recipes that we’d love to try this year

week of wings 5

Week of Wings 5 – Day 7. We’re wrapping up our Week of Wings 5 with a look at some recipes that just scream “Yes! Try me!”. You know the types… sexy wings, bathed in sauce or grilled to perfection. Great pictures that tempt you to cook them up and realize your pics will never be that good. 🙂

If you’ve stuck with us for the entire week, we thank you for reading. I’m sorry we neglected to have any grilled wings this year, but the weather has just not cooperated. Nevertheless… let’s check out these recipes together, and see if any of them become a favorite. Let us know if you try any of these.

Smokestacks Chicken Wings

These crisp-charred chicken wings are bathed in a spiced butter sauce.
Featuring 10 spices that almost everyone has in their cabinet, these grilled wings are a sight to behold. Charred with spicy butter, they look delicious!

smokestacks wing recipe

Smokestacks Wings

Best chicken wings I have ever made and I have cooked thousands over the last fifty years.

Recipe link: http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Smokestacks-Chicken-Wings


Margarita Chicken Wings

Tangy, a little salty, and not too sweet. Prep and Cook Time: 25 minutes, plus at least 3 hours to marinate.
Just like the cocktail it’s named for, this easy marinade is a four-ingredient flavor explosion of tart, sweet, and salty all rolled up into one. Here it’s used to jazz up chicken wings, but it works wonders for flank steak, grilled pork, and chicken thighs too.

Margarita Wings Recipe

Margarita Wings Recipe

They had much so flavor, we all loved them, and they came out golden brown, like the picture.

Recipe link: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/margarita-chicken-wings-10000001634816/


Baked Brown Sugar Wings with Roasted Red Pepper Cream Sauce

Amazingly crisp wings baked to perfection served alongside an incredibly creamy dipping sauce that everyone will love.

brown sugar wings recipe

Baked Brown Sugar Wings with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Just tried this the other night and it was fabulous! This is my absolute favorite wings recipe.

Recipe link: http://damndelicious.net/2012/05/29/baked-brown-sugar-chicken-wings-with-roasted-red-pepper/


Old Bay – Santa Maria Seasoning

Dougherty’s Wings – arguably the best chicken wings on the planet.
These grilled wings are seasoned with a Santa Maria seasoning and Old Bay Seasoning. They are basted with a mix of Foster’s Beer, brown sugar and Walkerswood (wet) jerk seasoning. A little complex, and a hard recipe to follow, but you Weber Kettle grillers should have no problem.

Santa Maria and Old Bay seasoned wings recipe

Santa Maria and Old Bay seasoned wings recipe

Recipe link: http://greenleafbbq.wordpress.com/2011/06/12/doughertys-wings-arguably-the-best-chicken-wings-on-the-planet/


Twice fried

While not just for wings, this recipe features twice fried chicken with a good looking sriracha honey sauce.

Twice fried chicken wings recipe with sriracha honey

Twice fried chicken recipe with sriracha honey

…the seasoning blend for the chicken is delicious! My husband wants it on cheeseburgers next! A huge hit. Don’t be afraid of this odd combo – it really works!

Recipe link: http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes/michael-symon/twice-fried-chicken-with-sriracha-honey.html


Honey Bourbon Sriracha Sauced Fried Grilled Chicken Wings

Heat from the gift of the food gods, Sriracha Sauce – Sweet from Honey – An Earthy bite from the Bourbon.
This is a great step-by-step recipe for what looks to be a delicious wing!

Honey bourbon sriracha fried grilled wings recipe

Honey bourbon sriracha fried grilled wings recipe

Recipe link: http://erecipecards.blogspot.com/2012/06/honey-bourbon-sriracha-sauced-fried.html


Bonus – One recipe and one Sauce review

How does Spicy Garlic Coal Black Wings grab ya? Add to that, an incredible “all purpose” sauce review that we did on wings.
The Coal Black Wings make an astounding presentation (and delicious wings), and the Chili Dan’s All Purpose Sauce tied for our top product of 2013. So for all of our new readers, we finish our Week of Wings 5 with two of our very favorite wings recipes that we have cooked many times.

Spicy Garlic Coal Black Wings with Sriracha: A particularly complex recipe that is well worth your time to make! Just take a look!

Spicy Garlic Coal Black Wings with sriracha

Spicy Garlic Coal Black Wings with sriracha

We’re especially proud of this recipe, as we put it together solely upon watching a TV show that featured it at a restaurant (details are in the original post).

Recipe link: http://hotsaucedaily.com/spicy-garlic-coal-black-wings-recipe/

Chili Dan’s All Purpose Start to Finish Sauce Wings Recipe: One of our favorite products of 2013, Chili Dan’s on wings is spectacularly delicious!

Chicken Wings with Chili Dan's All Purpose sauce

Amazing wings with Chili Dan’s sauce

This is one of those all purpose sauces that we fell in love with immediately. We just might keep a case of this on hand at all times. It’s that good.

Recipe link: http://hotsaucedaily.com/chili-dans-all-purpose-start-to-finish-sauce/

We hope you enjoyed reading through our Week of Wings 5 series of posts, and hopefully you got some great ideas of your own. Please share anything you discovered with us and our other readers by leaving a Comment below.


More Week of Wings 5

Week of Wings 5 – Day 1: Patter Fam Sauces Sissy Sally Wing Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 2: Datil Pepper BBQ Rubbed Wings
Week of Wings 5 – Day 3: Spicey Rooster Buffalo Wing Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 4: Sweet Baby Rays 3 Wing Sauces
Week of Wings 5 – Day 5: Crystal and Louisiana Brand Wing Sauces
Week of Wings 5 – Day 6: Jerk Wings with Hoboken Eddies Jamaican BBQ Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 7: Seven wing recipes to try this year

Spicey Rooster Buffalo Wing Sauce

Our Week of Wings 5 continues on Day 3 with Buffalo Wing Sauce from Spicey Rooster.

Spicey Rooster Buffalo Wing Sauce

spicey rooster bbq co buffalo wing sauce

Week of Wings 5 – Day 3. We’re still in the land of “mild” wing sauces with Spicey Rooster BBQ Company’s Buffalo Wing Sauce today, although upping the heat a notch.

Coincidentally, Randy and Gloria Combs are also from Ohio, as were Sam and Joyce from Day 1’s Sissy Sally post. Spicey Rooster BBQ Company’s motto is “This ain’t your ordinary barnyard chicken”. Let’s see what their Buffalo Wing Sauce does to our chicken as it was published. What we eat is what we are, right? However, do not forget your teeth, they are also part of your digestive system.

Preparation: Deep fried. We did our usual 3 step cook – baked at 350º for 40 minutes (turning once half-way through), deep fried at 350 – 375º for 2 – 3 minutes, then tossed in the sauce. See our Wings 101 post for more info.

Ingredients: aged cayenne peppers, vinegar, soy oil, hydrogenated soy oil, soy lecithin, water, salt, garlic, onion, sugar, natural flavor, horseradish, lemon, spices, citric acid.

I’m liking the addition of horseradish and lemon that help “brighten up” the overall flavor of this sauce. I’m puzzled by all the soy products, and suspect that’s how this sauce gets its bright color.

spicey rooster buffalo wing sauce texture

Texture and Appearance: On the medium-thin side, this smooth sauce is bright orange in color. Marilyn thinks it’s a classic buffalo sauce color with a creamy looking finish.

On the wings, the sauce sets up as a medium thick coat with a light shiny finish. It tends to sit on top of the wings, yielding a very wet wing… and the overall coating reduces the crispiness of the deep-fried skin. Hearty and handsome.

Taste on wings: Very tangy, very little sweetness. First up is the classic cayenne flavor, followed by the vinegar tang. Again, a classic taste that is also not too vinegary here. Since we eat with our eyes too, the orange color has me expecting to taste some butter or even mustard, but the soy is doing its job to bring on the “buttery” consistency and flavor. Enjoyable.

spicey rooster finished wings

spicey rooster bottle
Heat Level: Rated 1.5 out of 5 Stars – Just a tad above mild. Typical of a mild buffalo wing at your local bar. The heat does build ever so slightly as you eat more, yet never reaches beyond the short range of 1 – 1.5. Mildly spicy.

Overall rating: Rated 2 out of 5 Stars – While certainly tangy and zingy in overall flavor, with a mild heat level, Spicey Rooster’s Buffalo Wing Sauce is fine as bottled sauces go. We can see this sauce on your grocer’s shelves. Its classic taste (sans butter) would appeal to everyone at your party or game day gathering. Above average.

Disclaimer: We purchased this product for our own personal use and review purposes. No compensation was received. The thoughts and opinions expressed are our own.

About Spicey Rooster BBQ Company

Marilyn met Randy and Gloria Combs at Jungle Jim’s in Ohio in 2013, and proudly brought home a bottle of their Hysteria Hot Sauce – which we think highly of, and need to get around to reviewing.

While Spicey Rooster is in a state a flux regarding their website and online store, the best way to order their Buffalo Wing Sauce is to simply email Randy at [email protected] – at only $6 per 12 ounce bottle, we think it’s a good deal. And why not throw in a bottle of Hysteria Hot Sauce for a fun surprise?

Social Media: Follow Spicey Rooster on Facebook.


More Week of Wings 5

Week of Wings 5 – Day 1: Patter Fam Sauces Sissy Sally Wing Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 2: Datil Pepper BBQ Rub Wings
Week of Wings 5 – Day 3: Spicey Rooster BBQ Company Buffalo Wing Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 4: Sweet Baby Ray’s 3 Wing Sauces
Week of Wings 5 – Day 5: Crystal and Louisiana Brand Wing Sauces
Week of Wings 5 – Day 6: Jerk BBQ Wings with Hoboken Eddies
Week of Wings 5 – Day 7: Seven wing recipes to try this year

Datil Pepper BBQ Rub Wings from Old Florida Style Foods

Our Week of Wings 5 began with a mild sauce, and today we’re looking at a mild rub featuring the Datil Pepper from Florida.

Datil Pepper BBQ Rub Dry Wings

datil pepper bbq rub label

Week of Wings 5 – Day 2. Today we’re reviewing some dry rubbed wings using Datil Pepper BBQ Rub from Old Florida Style Foods. I’m a huge fan of the Datil Pepper flavor and profile, and so far we’ve had quite a few Datil pepper hot sauces, but this is our first Datil pepper dry rub. Unique to St. Augustine, Florida, the Datil pepper is truly a unique American chile pepper.

Preparation: Deep fried. Again, we did our usual 3 step cook – baked the wings at 350º for 40 minutes (turning once half-way through), deep fried at 350 – 375º for 2 – 3 minutes, then tossed in the sauce. See our Wings 101 post for more info.

Ingredients: paprika, chili powder, dry mustard, sugar, salt, Datil peppers, and spices.

datil pepper bbq rub texture

Texture and Appearance: This medium-fine grind features larger flakes of salt and spices. Rusty red in color, you know you are getting some paprika and chili powder in the mix. I only wish there were more of the Datil pepper component to really show off a good variety of textures, and more importantly to add to the heat of the rub. Nice mix.

Taste on wings: We ended up with some heavily spiced wing portions since we used a heavy hand in seasoning them. They were very savory, but with little heat. Pleasant tasting, sweet and not too salty, just a surprisingly mild heat level for a Datil pepper rub. There was a nice smoky flavor that really won us over – a by-product of the Datil pepper, I’m sure.

Now, mild heat level aside, I want to emphasize how much we enjoyed these dry rubbed wings and their great flavor. While we didn’t get time to actually review them in 2013…

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These dry rubbed wings from Old Florida Style Foods were one of our 13 Favorite Products of the Year for 2013. Yes, they are that good! Outstanding.

datil pepper dry wings

Heat Level: Rated 1.5 out of 5 Stars – This rub is not about the heat, it’s about the flavor. I wish it were hotter, but it’s not. Perhaps they will come out with a hotter version. If so, I’m all in! Smoky and savory.

Overall rating: Rated 5 out of 5 Stars – Amazing. These were smoky, savory, slightly sweet and delicious. These dry rubbed wings were at the top of the charts for us. You have to try this rub! Winner.

Disclaimer: We purchased this product for our own personal use and review purposes. No compensation was received. The thoughts and opinions expressed are our own.

About Old Florida Style Foods

datil pepper bbq rub bottle

John and Rhonda Maloughney own Old Florida Style Foods out of Edgewater, Florida, trading as Mad John’s Food, LLC.

Mad John’s Food, LLC introduces “Old Florida Style” brand. Mad John’s Food, LLC grows it’s own supply of Datil Peppers and produces several products, including Datil Pepper Salsa and Condiment, Datil Pepper Honey Barbeque Glaze, Datil Pepper Barbeque Seasoning Rub, Datil Pepper Garlic Pickle Chips, Old Florida Style Datil Pepper Jelly and Datil Pepper “Cracker Style” Hot Pepper Sauce that are sure to please the culinarian. We use only the highest quality ingredients that are all natural and contain no MSG and assure consistent quality and taste.

Visit http://madjohnsfood.com/ for all of their great prducts.

Social Media: Follow Old Florida Style Foods on Facebook.


More Week of Wings 5

Week of Wings 5 – Day 1: Patter Fam Sauces Sissy Sally Wing Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 2: Datil Pepper BBQ Rub Wings from Old Florida Style Foods
Week of Wings 5 – Day 3: Spicey Rooster BBQ Company Buffalo Wing Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 4: Sweet Baby Ray’s 3 Wing Sauces
Week of Wings 5 – Day 5: Crystal and Louisiana Brand Wing Sauces
Week of Wings 5 – Day 6: Jerk BBQ Wings with Hoboken Eddies
Week of Wings 5 – Day 7: Seven wing recipes to try this year

Patter Fam Sauces Sissy Sally Wing Sauce

We’re kicking off our 5th Annual Week of Wings (WOW) series today – a full week of wing sauce reviews and recipes. Luckily, we’re never lacking for wing sauces to sample or recipes to try! And with so many rubs that make some great dry wings, we’ve got plenty to work with, so let’s get started.

Patter Fam Sauces Sissy Sally Wing Sauce

patter fam sissy sally label

Week of Wings 5 – Day 1. We’re going to start out with the very mild “Sissy Sally” wing sauce from Patter Fam Sauces.
“Sissy Sally” is their mildest of 4 wings sauces that also include “Kickin’ It Old School”, “Burnin’ Love” and “Holy Ghost Revival”.

Preparation: Deep fried. We did our usual 3 step cook – baked at 350º for 40 minutes (turning once half-way through), deep fried at 350 – 375º for 2 – 3 minutes, then tossed in the sauce. See our Wings 101 post for more info.

Ingredients: cayenne peppers, vinegar, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, honey, water, Worcestershire sauce, salt, yellow mustard, tomato concentrate, garlic powder, cornstarch.

patter fam sissy sally closeup

Texture & Appearance: Reddish-orange in color and fairly thin. It sets up very well on the wings and finishes like a glaze. The results are very pretty, shiny wings that stayed crispy. Beautiful.

Taste on wings: Tasting it straight out of the bottle, we weren’t sure we would like this sauce, let alone enjoy it. This goes to prove what we’ve discovered many times about wing sauces… they are meant to be cooked with, because after tossing the hot crispy wings into the sauce, the flavors really blossomed and wowed us. Sweet, sticky and savory, they were amazing.

There’s just a hint of teriyaki flavor, probably due to the worcestershire and honey. And even with the two vinegars in the ingredients, there was little vinegar taste in the finished wings. That’s a plus in our opinion. Delicious.

finished sissy sally wing sauce from patter fam

Heat Level: Rated 1 out of 5 Stars – There’s very little heat – more spicy than hot – but it does grow a bit the more you eat. These are the wings you want to serve to kids or anyone that can’t take the heat. Mild.

Overall rating: Rated 4.5 out of 5 Stars – Delicious! High marks for the great flavor. We thoroughly enjoyed eating these wings, even though we prefer a hotter wing. But we certainly can’t ding the sauce for being too mild – it is called Sissy Sally after all. Highly recommended.

The big 12 ounce bottle should be enough for 2 – 4 dozen wing pieces (or 1 – 2 dozen whole wings) depending on how much sauce you like on them.

Disclaimer: We purchased this product for our own personal use and review purposes. No compensation was received. The thoughts and opinions expressed are our own.

About Patter Fam Sauces

Sam and Joyce Peters from Wheelersburg, Ohio are known for their sauces, salsas and seasonings – each with “layers of flavor that enhance the natural goodness of food”.

patter fam sissy sally wing sauce bottle

In addition to the 4 wing sauces, they have quite a line-up of hot sauces, an Arrabiata spicy Italian marinara, and both a Sweet and Hot Barbecue sauce.

Everything we’ve tried from them is amazing. We reviewed their Jamaican Jerk sauce here.

Visit them at PatterFamSauces.com and check out some of their 3 pack specials, and be sure and tell them HotSauceDaily sent you! They also have a handy “store finder” where you’ll see they are in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia.

Social Media: You can follow Patter Fam on Facebook and Twitter.


Stay tuned for more Week of Wings 5

Week of Wings 5 – Day 1: Patter Fam Sauces Sissy Sally Wing Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 2: Datil Pepper BBQ Rubbed Wings
Week of Wings 5 – Day 3: Spicey Rooster BBQ Company Buffalo Wing Sauce
Week of Wings 5 – Day 4: Sweet Baby Ray’s 3 Wing Sauces
Week of Wings 5 – Day 5: Crystal and Louisiana Brand Wing Sauces
Week of Wings 5 – Day 6: Jerk BBQ Wings with Hoboken Eddies
Week of Wings 5 – Day 7: Seven wing recipes to try this year

Carolina Sunshine Wing Sauce

WEEK OF WINGS IV – Day 7 – Carolina style wing sauce

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We wrap up our Week of Wings with Carolina Sunshine Wing Sauce. We reviewed Carolina Sunshine’s BBQ sauce on pulled pork (ironically during our Week of Mild), and I fully expected their Wing Sauce to be just a kicked up version of their BBQ sauce. I was wrong. Thicker and saucier, this is the most unusual wing sauce of the week. Different and a fitting end to our Week of Wings 4.

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