Friday, September 18, 2009

The JZ Technique

Attention: this post has nothing to do with rapping... different JZ.

Hey everybody, John here. So here's a common situation: You're out watchin' the game, havin' some buffalo wings.
Now, with you're wings you like some bleu cheese (This is America, we like some bleu cheese with our heart pills). Of course you eat the drumstick shaped wings first, they're easier to dip, easier to eat, and arguably taste better. So now your stuck with the wing part of the wings, and this is where the problem comes in. You've got a long, flat piece of wing, and a circular bleu chees cup!! What the hell!?! well, this is where the JZ technique comes into play. You may or may not have noticed that when you get your buffalo wings, they come with about 4 celery sticks. As it turns out, thes sticks are for more than angrily hurling to the ground. Think of these sticks as paint-brushes, to paint the delicious, cheese covered wings you crave. That's right! By using the celery as an applicator, you can put as much bleu chees on those chicken fore arms as you want.
Use this secret wisely, for until they make bleu cheese holders in the shape of a radius and ulna, it's the only way to get that sweet bleu-gold into your veins!!


  1. I do not, for one minute, think that the drumstick chicken wing is the better chicken wing...yes if you like a 90% chance of taking a big bite of gnarled meat and cartilage. I do however appreciate your method of cheese application and I plan on putting it to good use...

  2. mmmm, gnarled meat and cartilage...