Which wing is best: bone-in or boneless? | The Tylt
Although simple, wings come in all sorts of variations. You have smoked and fried, dry and wet, drums and flats. And, you have bone-in and boneless. Some say bone-in wings are the only way to properly eat wings. A chicken wing without a bone, after all, is just a chicken nugget. Those in the boneless wing camp say this argument is hogwash (chicken-wash?). Boneless wings are a complex, delectable dish, and present no barrier to getting all the meat you want. Which is better: bone-in or boneless?
Which wing is best: bone-in or boneless?