So yeah, I know we said we weren’t going to have a new episode this week. But first of all, this is a minisode–don’t get it twisted. Second, we’re workaholics. You should’ve expected this.
In this minisode, we casually discuss the lore behind two of Buffalo’s biggest food legacies: the chicken wing, and the beef on weck.
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Music: “The Last 9 Years” by the Rust Belt Brigade (I said rendition in the episode out of habit. It’s their actual song on their album Rhythm & Roll!)
Image credit: Grub Street
Cichon, S. (2017, January 3). Torn-Down Tuesday: Gohn’s Place, known as the home of beef on weck. Retrieved from http://buffalonews.com/2016/12/27/torn-tuesday-gohns-place-home-beef-weck/
Dudzik, K. (2017, June 6). City Shaper: Amy Betros from St. Luke’s. Retrieved from https://www.wgrz.com/article/life/city-shaper-amy-betros-from-st-lukes/408346620
The Buffalo News. (2009, October 30). Zombies, beer, and Buffalo’s favorite sandwich. Retrieved from http://buffalonews.com/2009/10/30/zombies-beer-and-buffalos-favorite-sandwich/
Trillin, C. (1980, August 25). An Attempt to Compile a Short History of the Buffalo Chicken Wing. Retrieved from https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1980/08/25/an-attempt-to-compile-a-short-history-of-the-buffalo-chicken-wing