Episode 016 - The Perfect Wing & Finger Foods
Hello one and all and welcome to the end... of season two! It has been a blast being in the kitchen for you guys again this season and I am so proud of many of the dishes that I've put out here. I'll be taking a break from making the show for the month of March and we're returning on April 1st to kick off season three! I'll still be active on social media however, especially in the RestauRant facebook group, so please join me over there in the meantime.
This week on the show, it's all about finger foods. The Oscars are next Sunday as of this episode's release, and what's an Oscar party without some champagne and some great finger foods? I'm packing four amazing finger food dishes into this week's episode, including French dip sliders in the Recipe of the Week.
Also this week, my recent trip to the Old Union Hotel in Binghamton to eat what are the best wings on the planet, period. For recipes from this episode and to interact in my fan-interactive segments, join my facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/restaurantpod. You can also submit your own recipes for me to make! Bon appetit!
Aggregate Score (The Old Union Hotel, Binghamton, NY)
Experience Score 5/5
TOTAL: 60/70 (86%)
Summary: The old neighborhood bar atmosphere is nice, though it can get a little packed when trying to get in and out of the place... but the superstar here is and will always be the absolutely incredible wings.
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Music & Thanks
"Daybreak," "Big Much," and "The Climb" from Music for Makers. Sign up and get a royalty-free song delivered to your inbox every Monday at www.musicformakers.com!
"New York, 1924," "Midday Dance," "Crossing the Divide," and "Relaxing Piano Music" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Epic Film Guys Intro written by Jordan Greene. Check him out on Instagram @jordangreenemusic and Facebook Jordan Greene Music, and look for Aviera coming soon!
Thank you to Wes of the ViaVHS Podcast for the amazing RestauRant artwork!
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