With the Red Hot Chili Peppers taking the stage during the halftime show, this Super Bowl is the year of food — and also apparently bringing back stuff that peaked in the early 90s. (Looking at you, too, Full House commercial.) That means drinking games should be replaced with eating games. Instead of gulping a beer every time Peyton Manning yells “Omaha” or Richard Sherman says something egotistical or Dave Coulier shows up on your TV, why not chomp on a wing? And when you chomp on a wing, make sure you chomp on it in the most efficient way possible. Lucky for you, Cooking Channel’s newest web-original show You’re Eating it Wrong will show you how to eat wings (and other foods) the right way.
Watch now as competitive eater Crazy Legs Conti demonstrates how he was able to take down 125 chicken wings in 10 minutes. (Pay attention, Richard Sherman, and learn from the best):
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Emeril's Oven-Roasted Chicken Wings are the perfect game-day bite.
Mid March has come, and part of all the madness is figuring out what to munch on during the games. Serve up a pile of Emeril’s Oven-Roasted Chicken Wings and your friends will be licking their fingers in no time, but maybe it’s nachos that you’re craving, or chili…
Decisions, decisions, decisions… So many good game foods, and so little time. Let’s mull over some tasty options, after the jump.
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Celebrate the Super Bowl with heaps of homemade finger-licking hot wings.
Nothing says football like wings. The light crunch of their crispy skin, the tangy, mouth-watering sauce, the way the first bite burns your mouth because you just can’t wait — it’s all part of the game-day tradition.
With the Super Bowl coming up this Sunday, it’s time to get those wings ready for kick off.
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Levi Roots getting spicy - Caribbean Food Made Easy
July is going to be a hot one on Cooking Channel with the debut of six shows – that span from Vietnam to India to the islands. Meet Levi, the host of Caribbean Food Made Easy…
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