Finger foods rule during football season so it shouldn’t surprise you that every Super Bowl Sunday, billions of chicken wings are consumed.
Buffalo wings, invented in 1964 at Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York, have been transformed into a sports novelty. According to Food & Wine, the best stadium for chicken wings is FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns. They might not be winning many games, but they make some amazing wings. If you can’t make it to the playoff games or Super Bowl LI (tickets start at the low price of $4,199), buffalo wings delivery is your best bet for indulging in a football favorite.
Hungry Howie’s has a variety of wing flavors to suit every football fan.
If you’re looking for something tangy and spicy, Asian Howie Wings® offer a blend of Asian-inspired spices.
If you have a more classic palette, Original Howie Wings® are lightly seasoned. With these wings, you don’t have to worry about the sauce dripping on your favorite jersey.
BBQ Howie Wings® are tossed in a sweet BBQ sauce and are the perfect main dish if you’re serving potato salad, coleslaw, and other traditional BBQ “fixins” on game day.
Of course, you can’t go wrong with Buffalo Howie Wings®. The spicy Buffalo sauce is the best choice for every wing enthusiast. Serve it with a side of Bleu Cheese or Ranch.
If you’re looking to really kick it up a notch, try the Sriracha boneless chicken wings or traditional Sriracha Howie Wings®. Tossed in a Thai-style sauce made of chili peppers, distilled vinegar, garlic, salt, and sugar, your guests will be asking for extra glasses of water to cool themselves down.
The battle between traditional vs. boneless rages on. Luckily, Hungry Howie’s has both, so whether you’re Team Boneless or Team Bone, you can enjoy all the flavors offered.
Based on the number of wings consumed on Super Bowl Sunday, every man, woman and child in the U.S. could have four wings each. If the wings were laid end to end, the line would stretch from Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers, to Sports Authority Field at Mile High, home of the Denver Broncos, almost 53 times. Eat up!