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Buffalo's Chicken Shack- Spicy Wing Challenge


We Challenged anyone and everyone to come out and enter our spicy wing challenge. Prior to issuing an open challenge to the public, many folks would come in and ask about how spicy can we make the wings. We would hear stories about sauces at several wing places, some good, some not so. Many would ask how we made our sauce citing its flavor and mildness. As time went on, the demands to make the buffalo sauce hotter and hotter grew. Until we finally came up with a sauce that would satisfy most any need for heat.

The "Numb Ya Face" sauce was created. This sauce has met every boastful challenger's desire for heat and flavor. It is made based from the mother mild buffalo sauce, it offers the same delicious flavor and usually takes a while for the heat to settle in, in the meantime, diners are enjoying the flavor and then the heat starts to turn on and on and on, (you get the picture). The pace at which the heat increases in exponential, (has anyone ever used the word "exponential" in reference to heat?) and you still manage to taste the sauce. We knew we had a winner.

Going forward we offer up the "Numb Ya Face" sauce as a special order item. And the everyday challenge of eating 20 "Numb Ya Face" wings in 10 minutes. Meet the challenge and they're FREE, plus you get inducted into the Royal Chamber as Buffalo Royalty. Miss by one wing, and it’ll be $18.99 until next time. Good Luck!

Buffalo's Chicken Shack

261 Hackensack St.
Wood Ridge, NJ 07075
ph: 201-728-4477
buffaloschicken@yahoo.com

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