Wing fan Mark Moscato continues to warm up with a tour of the wings, walks, lectures and pop-ups. This time, Moscato is promoting a free Zoom lecture in which the history of the chicken wing and Buffalo’s role in raising the wing to its current status are discussed. After all, chicken wings are now out there with Pizza and Burgers as a favorite American dish.
“Chicken wings: they are an international sensation that has placed Buffalo, New York on a culinary map. However, for many, the debate ends on who is better: Anchor Bar or Duff. In this free Zoom lecture and chicken wing pop-up, we delve deeper into the hidden history behind Buffalo’s famous and fabulous dish through a series of “hot” and “hot wings”. – Mark Moscato
A Zoom o lecture will be heldn Wednesday, December 2, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mascoto and Tours Bike Buffalo Tours are collaborating with the Buffalo History Museum on this latest “Zoomventure”. Participants in this lecture, which includes a pop-up event, include the Buffalo History Museum, Buffalo Bike Tours, Southern Hemisphere and Thailand.
- Cynthia Van Ness, Director of the Library and Archives at the Buffalo Museum of History, recounts the museum’s most prominent collection of chicken wings, including menus from the 1850s. She is the author of Victorian Buffalo and Quotable Buffalo.
- Arthur Bovino is a veteran food writer and author of everything about Buffalo and its cookbook. An experienced cook, Arthur started out at The New York Times and has directed The Daily Meal’s food site as its executive editor. He has written for The Wall Street Journal, Bon Appétit, TimeOut, First We Feast, Food52, Travel + Leisure, Rough Guides and more.
- Lina Brown Young, daughter of John Young, depicts the first hand of Wings N ’Things, Buffalo’s first chicken wing restaurant. The restaurant was one of the most popular cornerstones in Buffalo’s black community in the ’60s and was famous for its secret sauce, which was called“ lip and liver whipping ”.
- Mark Moscato, a Buffalo tour owner, will share his experience from the start of “The Wing Ride,” a buffalo tour of the wing’s history. Muscato, a Buffalo resident, discusses developing travel and historical guides back from 2000 years.
The lecture continues with a delicious chicken pop-up on South Island on Chandler Street. The event is called “Hot Takes” will be held on Monday, December 7th The following wing slings will be on display in the pop-up:
- Lina Brown The legendary Mumbo Young: The Mumbo Wings are Buffalo’s original wing that started it all (yes, even before Bari Langar)! After 23+ years, Lina Brown Young gets her father’s mysterious recipe from John Young. You won’t find these wings on any of Buffalo’s other menus, but you won’t regret that this is Buffalo’s original and iconic dish, often referred to as the “lip and liver shot”.
- Wings Imperial Consort Consort Tiny Thai: The wings of the imperial consortium are the oldest chicken wing recipe in the world, dating back to the Tang dynasty in China, around 750 AD. Originally inspired by Yang Guaifei, one of the four beauties of China, the wing is known for its sweet taste and alcoholic flavor – one of the evils of the emperors (this variant is cooked in port, sherry and cognac). When you were still found in Chinese villages, it was hard to find you to find this food anywhere in the United States … to this day.
- Pizza Kolache & Smokey Tikka South Island Login: 2 X Pizza Cakes – A semi-finished pastry dough filled with pepperoni, mozzarella and basil. 2 X Smokey Tikka Records – Deep record Smokey Tikka with smoked chicken tikka. Comes with a spicy marinated edge.
“Hot game day package includes: For $ 30, sponsors can check out the historic Southern Wing, Lina Brown Young and Tiny Tyro recipes. The event is game day (Buffalo Bills vs. San Francisco 49ers). Pre-orders can be placed on the South Pole website. ”- Mark Moscato
Hot Lect Gives a Big Lecture, Wednesday, December 2, 6-7 p.m., Free (Online)
Hot Chicken Wing Pop Up, Monday, December 7, 7-20 p.m., $ 30 / order (South Place, Chandler Street, 27)
More information about the lecture and the pop-up can be found on the website Facebook Events
NOTE: Orders should only be processed and only through pre-sale. Collection is on Monday 12/7 from 7:00 to 20:00, Collection time is set at checkout. Be sure to wear a mask.