Spice Up Your Cookout With Buffalo Catfish

LITTLE ROCK — Is anything more popular at a tailgate or holiday party than chicken wings?

Maybe hamburgers and nachos have claim to the crown, too, but chicken wings are ubiquitous, especially since 1964.

Grilling or frying chicken wings in the South was popular long before the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York, starting dousing them with hot sauce. That method, however, became such a sensation that international restaurant chains are based on the recipe.

We’ve taken the Buffalo chicken wing craze and crossed it with fried catfish, another Southern staple, and thrown in a little Cajun spice for good measure.    MORE

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