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Make spicy honey wings

Need some wings to spice up the afternoon barbecue? Make some spicy honey wings, which are perfect for any football game. This is definitely a gooey and finger-licking good recipe. Try them out for yourself and see if you don't think they're the best ever.

Jason Tremblay, head chef of SoulFire BBQ, is self-taught in the kitchen and knows how to barbecue. Even better, he knows how to translate pit-smoked techniques for those of us who don't happen to have a barbecue pit in our kitchen. Jason says, "Barbecue is a different adventure every day," and his easygoing style goes hand-in-hand with the laid-back feel of barbecue.

Sweet, spicy, sticky and addictive, SoulFire's Spicy Honey Wings are just the ticket for any party, weekend get-together or late night snack. Eat 'em cold. Eat 'em hot. Roll up your sleeves and get messy.

INGREDIENTS:

For the Chili

* 1 lb ground beef
* 1 lb ground pork
* ¼ lb ground chorizo
* ¼ lb bacon
* 3 tbsp olive oil
* ½ lb kidney beans soaked in water for 1 night
* 1 white onion, diced small
* 10 cloves garlic minced
* 5- 8 oz cans diced tomatoes and their juice
* 5- 8 oz cans tomato puree
* ¼ cup tomato paste
* 2 cups old coffee
* 2 tbsp onion powder
* 2 tbsp garlic powder
* 1 chipotle pepper
* ½ tbsp ancho chili powder
* 1 tbsp dry mustard
* 1 tbsp cumin
* 1 tbsp smoked paprika
* ½ cup cider vinegar
* 3 tbsp lemon juice
* ½ cup cilantro, chopped
* ½ cup fresh oregano chopped
* salt & pepper to taste

For the Hash Browns

* 5 Idaho or large fingerling potatoes, chopped
* 2 tbsp fresh thyme, chopped
* 1 lb crumbled blue cheese (or cheese of your choice; cheddar suggested)
* ½ to 1 cup duck fat, oil or butter
* ½ cup each of veal and chicken stock
* salt & pepper to taste

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