Oh la la!

These are GOOD. I love anything Buffalo and I think if my kids weren’t eating these I would have added more Frank’s Red Hot, but this ratio was perfect as it was– sweet with a tang an not too spicy for the kiddos.
You know what was hot?
The Murder Mystery that we went to see a couple of weeks ago for my mom’s birthday put on by the Murder Mystery Company.
murder mystery general

You sit at big round tables (kind of like at a wedding) and the whole thing takes place in front of you–and sometimes right at your table! We were lucky to be sitting with one of the suspects-Lemme Tinkle ;).

Lemme Tinkle (Picture from Wisconsin Mommy)

Lemme Tinkle (Picture from Wisconsin Mommy)

There was a 50’s prom theme where the guy announcing the prom king and queen keels over and kicks the bucket. We had to decide as a table (based on interviewing the “suspects” and clues they gave) who had the motive and the opportunity for murder.

Having fun at the "Prom"!

Having fun at the “Prom”!

 We laughed-hard.
The actors were funny.
The story linewas  entertaining.

Oh no! Someone just dropped dead before our eyes!

Oh no! Someone just dropped dead before our eyes!

And it was something different than just the usual dinner and a movie.
We had a great and memorable time.
The food was mediocre, but aren’t all buffets?

And obviously I didn't shy away from the fried chicken! ;)

And obviously I didn’t shy away from the fried chicken! ;)

YOU too can go to the murder mystery too!
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Here’s What You Need: (Meal for two or appetizers for 4)
1lb small wings (I prefer Smart Chicken)
3 TBS honey
3 TBS Frank’s Red Hot
1/2 tsp minced garlic
1-2 tsp worcestire sauce
Extra virgin olive oil

Here’s What You Do:
Mix the wings with olive oil and salt and pepper and marinate for 30 minutes or up to overnight . Preheat the oven to 400. Remove the wings and add toss them with all the other ingredients and add them to a baking sheet covered in parchment paper. Bake the wings for  20 minutes.  Take out and stir them to make sure they are coated well in the sauce. Lower the oven to 350 and bake for 15-20 minutes more or until cooked through. Finger lickin’good-seriously!

Kid Tip:
My five year old was literally fighting off his dad to eat as many of these as possible. Next time I will for sure double the recipe!
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  1. I’ve never done a murder mystery dinner, but I think it would be a great time and would love to win. Now, can you convince them to serve Skinny Mommy recipes instead of that fried chicken 😉 ?

  2. I normally don’t like wings, but I could definitely get behind these! The honey would be great.

  3. Christy says:

    How much fun would attending a murder mystery be?! Something out of the norm is always nice!

  4. Sues says:

    These wings look incredible! And you look amazing :) Looks like you had fun!

  5. Oh wow, these look crazy scrumptious, Bree! My hubby would love them but he wouldn’t even get to taste them, hah! I’d keep ’em all to myself!

  6. deborah says:

    I’m loving anything spicy and sweet right now and these look amazing!

  7. Alison says:

    I have heard about this a lot and always been interested!

  8. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    Oh yum! My husband and I can’t get enough of chicken wings, these look perfect!


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