The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper is now considered one of the hottest peppers in the world. Not wanting to miss out, we have created a new “Beyond Wings of Death” sauce that blends both the old champ, the Bhut Jolokia (Ghost pepper) with flakes of the Moruga scorpion pepper. While we aim for heat, we also demand flavor.
If you are someone who loves really really spicy food, give our new blend a try and tell us what you think.
Jeff Roberts was recently re-hired as our chef at WesWings. Jeff had worked for us back in the 90s, during the early years of our empire. For the past sixteen years he has amassed a great deal of experience and culinary knowledge that he now brings back to us. Most recently, he was working at the upscale Bin 300 in Wolcott, CT.
While we will maintain many of our old favorites, look for new specials this semester, as Jeff looks to expand and enhance our offerings.
How can an entire breakfast in a Chinese food container go wrong? The breakfast pail was invented by student employees who needed a quick snack while they were working. Depending on how you’re ordering or eating, you may, in fact, be making a mistake.
1. Not getting over easy eggs.
One key element is the runny yolk as it covers the other ingredients. While some of you may prefer your eggs scrambled, runny yolks make the pail.
2. Not ordering avocado.
We bring in hundreds of fresh avocados every day. You don’t have to skip bacon or sausage, just make sure you add avocado. After all what’s a couple of points when it comes to pail perfection?
3. Adding Hollandaise sauce.
Check the specials board for the Eggs Benny. Whatever Hollandaise sauce is being used for that is usually available for a pail. Like the over easy egg, this stuff MAKES the pail.
We usually have a bottle in the back. While we don’t give out the whole bottle (security reasons) we’re more than willing to spice up your pail.
5. Not mixing from the bottom.
A pail is meant to be mixed. As Bob Marley sang, “Stir it Up” Eating from the bottom is the best way to get a little bit of every layer in every bite.
We know your pail is personal. Everyone has their own way. Tell us what’s in your pail. In the comments or tweet us @weswings
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