Eat This: Honey-glazed chicken wings at Diner’s Delight
In business since 1969, Diner’s Delight has been around long enough to know a thing or two about chicken. Its tender, sticky Honey-glazed Chicken Wings are fried until crackling crisp, then lacquered in a spicy honey glaze for a finishing touch of sweet heat. Practice makes perfect chicken wings.
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