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    #1

    chicken wings

    Is the following sentence correct and natural?

    I cooked the chicken wings for my family's meal last night.
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    Re: chicken wings

    It's fine if you already mentioned the wings that you cooked. If not, you should write "I cooked chicken wings for my family's meal last night."
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    #3

    Re: chicken wings

    Or:

    I cooked chicken wings for dinner.

    Or:

    I fried chicken wings for dinner last night. (Unless, of course, you didn't fry them.)
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