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  1. waf
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    Mr

    What does one mean when he or she says 'I like my chicken with wings' ?


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    Re: Mr

    Probably that he does not want his "chicken" to be formed of another substance, such as "Quorn".

    More context would help.

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    Re: Mr

    I am afraid I disagree with some of the previous answers. Chicken is served in North America in several formats, from the consumer's point of view, including breast, drumstick and wings. My brother and I prefer drumsticks, as does my wife. Most people here ask specifically for wings. In restaurants, they tend to overcook breast, for reasons related to hygiene (to cover themselves legally) and it tends to be a bit dry.

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