I am continually awed at my sisters. It's pretty wonderful to be in a family with such talented and strong women. And as for Sara's cake pops, I tasted them on Sunday and I can personally vouch for their deliciousness.
Father's Day! My own father, father-in-law and husband are incredible fathers. The kind of fathers who love their children, and their wives. I love the support and comfort Dave gives me and I'm so grateful that he is such an incredible father.
We have a little tradition in our family of eating chicken wings on Father's Day as they are one of my husbands favorite foods. My favorite recipe is a copy cat to Winger's wings (a restaurant only in Idaho and Utah) and they are so tasty! I like to use the left over sauce to make chicken tender salads.
Father's Day Wings
1/3 cup Frank's Red Hot Sauce
1 1/2 cup brown sugar
1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
pinch of salt
20 chicken wings
oil for frying
1. Heat oil on medium in a large frying pan. I like to use my wok, but a deep fryer is best if you have one. 2. While the oil heats, mix together flour, cayenne pepper and salt in a large bowl. Toss wings into flour mixture until evenly coated.
3. Carefully place wings into hot oil.
4. While they brown, heat Frank's Red Hot Sauce and brown sugar in a sauce pan until sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and pour in a large bowl.
5. When wings are thoroughly cooked, remove and toss into bowl with sauce until evenly coated.