For any of you who have ever gone to a Buffalo Wild Wings you know they are very popular for their wings. For those of you who haven’t been to a Buffalo Wild Wings, you probably live in New England, Montana, Idaho, Washington, New Mexico, Wyoming, or Utah. You have probably also never visited any of the Great Lakes, because they are everywhere there. I live in New England, but I have family in Maryland, so a decent amount of the time when we visit, we go there. Depending on who you ask, Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW) have the best wings in the Great Lakes region. After finding this out you may be wondering why I am reviewing their nachos and not their wings. If you do not recall this little tidbit of information, listen up. I’m a vegetarian, and I am proud of it. Unfortunately, the rest of my family, besides my mom, are avid meat eaters.
Although I don’t eat them, I do know that buffalo wings become much tastier when they are grilled properly. You can use any type of grill to cook grilled buffalo wings but using COLEMAN NXT 200 grill is recommended for cooking grilled wings. This is all in one grill you can grill vegetables or anything you like to make your life healthier.
Now, shockingly, BWW has the best nachos I have ever tasted from a restaurant. Whenever go there I always get the Ultimate Nachos. (They traditionally come with chili, but I order them without.) They come as a pile of tortilla chips adorned with cheese sauce, jalapeño slices, shredded lettuce, and pico de gallo. The jalapenos I usually end up taking off, and the pico de gallo I normally ask for on the side because it is kind of acidic, but it still tastes yummy. The cheese sauce is delightfully cheesy and has the perfect amount of saltiness. The chips taste freshly made and aren’t too salty, and the lettuce is very fresh and crisp. But, you should probably be aware that the serving is huge! I have never, ever, finished a whole entire one by myself. I went there on Saturday and finished the most I ever have, given my mother did help a little…but even with her help we didn’t finish all of it.
To make your own nachos (that aren’t vegetarian), give these Day After Thanksgiving Nachos a try.
Now, before I let you go, I want to talk about a slightly touchy topic. Wings: bone or no bone? Everyone in my family prefers without the bone, but the family behind us all got with bone. One of them tried to order without bone and got yelled at. My family likes it without bone because they are much neater, you can stab it with a fork and pop it right in your mouth. When you have bone in you normally don’t even get all the meat. And it is much messier. Feel free to comment and voice your opinions, I would like to hear them.