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Of course, there is also room for the creative fry cook to show off his/her personal touch of what a chicken wing should taste like, whether it is peanut butter and jelly or Giuseppe Zanotti Sole
Creativity thinking way outside the fry cook's comfort zone and the traditional Buffalo way to cook a chicken wing are both key to winning the Watervliet Civic Center Wing War. Saturday at the Watervliet AOH. Tickets are $15 per person and may be purchased in advance at the civic center or at the door.
Wing War to benefit programs at Watervliet Civic Center
"What I have found is people enjoy a traditional wing," Sheehy said. "Crispy, medium to hot sauce usually does the best."
another flavor that is being sampled this week in preparation for the Wing War.
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Sheehy also added the hard core Buffalo wing aficionados those looking for the deep fried wing, covered with a butter based hot sauce will not be disappointed on Saturday. Ten local businesses, Inferno, Black Bear Tavern, Gianna's, Watervliet Elks, Tug Boat Tavern, Spiak's, Recovery Room, Crab Post, Knotty Pine House of Rotterdam and Rusty's of Watervliet, will cook up their wings in an effort to win the Wing War as well as add revenue to the civic center.
The fifth annual event not only serves as a reunion for some of the old basketball and dodgeball players who literally grew up in the civic center, but also draws younger Watervliet residents and those who are looking for their wing fix early on a Saturday afternoon.
"This is one of our better fund raisers, along with the annual golf tournament," Sheehy said. "We usually draw 150 175 people and raise about $3,000."
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"The funds help approximately 600 children in Watervliet," Sheehy said.
"I didn't get to sample the wings, because I was working the event. But a lot of people liked the peanut butter and jelly wings," Watervliet Civic Center Director Bill Sheehy said. "We also have quite a few Jimmy Choo Red Heels people who enjoy the traditional."
All of the money raised goes directly to the civic center, and supports youth basketball leagues, the homework club and the before and after school programs.
The previous Wing Wars have raised almost $13,000. Sheehy said the civic center is grateful to all the businesses who donate their wings and time. The facility places the winner's names in local newspapers to help drive business. Sheehy did give a hint on how to win the Wing War.
"You never know exactly what will happen until you get here," Sheehy said.
vote to determine two awards, best wing and best sauce. A DJ will be spinning tunes and raffles will be held. A cash bar is available.
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