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Old 08-10-2007, 01:56 PM   #1
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I'm hungry. I have boneless wings in the fridge from last night. I desire a good reheating method based on previous experiences. Hook it up.
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Toaster oven or regular oven.

In the TO: 350, heat up, hit toast and cook for 5 minutes.

In RO: Heat to 350 and heat through.
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Toaster oven on low heat?

<--- toaster oven maniac.
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grill or nothing, maybe slab some bbq sauce on them
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Why has no one posted "Use meth" "Use Crack" "Heat it in your pants" "Heat it on the side walk, it's hot as *****!" "Heat it in the freezer"

But I'll post:

Microwave FTW!
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eat it cold
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grill or nothing, maybe slab some bbq sauce on them
Who the hell grills buffalo wings?
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Old 08-10-2007, 02:05 PM   #8
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Deep Fryer FTW!!!
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No deep fryer unfortunately. Microwave will make them gross. Hadn't considered the toaster oven, but that's what I'm leaning towards now.
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Why has no one posted "Use meth" "Use Crack" "Heat it in your pants" "Heat it on the side walk, it's hot as *****!" "Heat it in the freezer"
Because I'm the **** and they know better.
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I wish I could afford a toaster oven

And yeah, Microwave is gross, but it gets the job done!
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Dude, they're like $30 for a cheapy one that will get the job done.
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Toaster oven or regular oven on 350 til heated through, then on broil for ~3 minutes to get rid of a bit of the sogginess.

Thread jack: Does anyone notice buffalo wings (hot) are way hotter after they sit overnight and you reheat them?
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Toaster oven or regular oven on 350 til heated through, then on broil for ~3 minutes to get rid of a bit of the sogginess.

Thread jack: Does anyone notice buffalo wings (hot) are way hotter after they sit overnight and you reheat them?

Probably because you aren't drunk.
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UPDATE: Cooked in toaster oven for 7-8 minutes or so. Didn't think they were quite done, so I broiled for a bit. Deliciousness ensued.
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Toaster Oven FTW!
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I have a rule regarding leftovers. If I can't eat it cold, it gets tossed.
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Damn it man. I want some buffalo wings now.
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microwave, 45 min high, only the bone is left Hmmmm carbon with hot sauce?

Seriously cant you figure this out yourself?
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microwave, 45 min high, only the bone is left Hmmmm carbon with hot sauce?

Seriously cant you figure this out yourself?
I'm an intelligent guy, so sure I could have. Where the hell's the fun in that though? Moot point, however, as said wings are now digested.
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BONELESS? eat that **** cold and move on man.
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I don't like them cold, which is why I ate them hot 5 HOURS AGO.
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