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Serves 4 as an entrée or 6 to 12 as an appetizer

24 chicken wings lear corn

2 green onions, ends trimmed, minced

1 pound ground lamb

2 cloves garlic, minced

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

½ cup ketchup

½ teaspoon salt

2 cups your favorite barbecue sauce

¼ cup chopped parsley

Prepare the chicken wings for stuffing. Cut the kernels off the corn. In a bowl, combine the corn kernels, green onions, lamb, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, and salt. Using your fingers, mix until evenly blended. Transfer the stuffing to a pastry bag and fill the wings. This can be done up to 12 hours in advance of cooking; keep refrigerated.

Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a shallow baking pan with foil. Coat a wire rack with nonstick cooking spray and place the rack in the baking pan. Coat the wings with the barbecue sauce. Place the wings in a single layer on the rack. Place the baking pan in the middle of the oven and roast for 45 minutes. Sprinkle with the chopped parsley. Serve hot.

Carpenter, H., & Sandison, T. (2008). The Great Wings Book. Chartwell Books, Inc.

Beer Types and Serving Suggestions

Here are some favorite common beers, with some food pairing and serving suggestions:

  • Lager Smooth, light beer, slightly tangy
    Fish, Hamburger, Curry Dishes
  • Pale Ale Light, slight fruity ale
    Green Salads, Fish, Pork, Hamburger
  • Pilsner Light-bodied, mild malt beer with flowery aroma
    Light Soups, Pizza, Fish
  • Brown Ale Smooth, rounded beer with a nutty taste
    Chicken, Salad, Pork 
  • Bock Strong beer with caramel taste
    Chicken, Game, Creamy Desserts, Lamb, Sausage
  • Porter Dark ale with a rich taste
    Cheese, Beef, Barbeque, Fruity or Creamy Desserts
  • Stout Opaque, dry ale with a chocolate taste
    Shellfish, Chocolates, Rich Desserts or Rich Meats

Some other tips:

Beer is a delicious aperitif. Choose a light beer to serve before a meal.

Serve pale beers with light soups and heavy, malty beers with stews.

Light beers are delicious with green salads and vegetable courses.

Serving a chocolate dessert? A rich, sweet, dark beer is the perfect match. Fruitier beers work well with fruit desserts.

A strong sweet beer is a nice digestif, with or without a separate dessert.

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