National Chicken Wing Day | July 29
Sat Jul 29th

National Chicken Wing Day

National Chicken Wing Day, July 29th, encourages a frenzy of dipping and sauce tasting on July 29th. Be sure to pace yourself as there are so many options.


The day is dedicated to the little appetizer that could be eaten. Each of us eats about 290 calories per year, whether you're looking for buffalo wings, hot wings, or just wings. Although a chicken has two wings per bird, it makes four of these delectable morsels. We dissect the wing, we break it down into the wingette, drumette, and tip. The wingette and drumette are seasoned and fried into the delectableness we love at tailgate parties and trivia nights, and at trivia and trivia nights.

Although many people do call them hot wings, ranch dressing is one of the most popular sauces. bleu cheese is another go-to dip. However, a variety of spicy sauces dominate the menus. To counterbalance the spice and fat, chicken wings are usually deep-fried, celery, spinach, or other crunchy vegetables accompany the dish.

How to celebrate natiional chicken wing day on a natiional chicken wing day

Order some chicken wings from your restaurant of choice. Make your dipping recipes to perfection, or make them at home and try The Seven Mother Sauces to help you make your dipping delicious. We even have some recipes for you to try.

  • 6 Dipping Sauces Recipes 6 Dipping Sauces Recipes 6 Dipping Sauces Recipes 6 Dipping Sauces Recipes
  • Baked Buffalo Wings
  • Crispy Chicken Buffalo Wings is the best-looking chicken buffalo wings on the market

And don't forget the chicken wing options! Is there a bid? Is it available? We'll know if you're using the Contact Us link to let us know!

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The national chicken wing day is the longest in national chicken wing day history

The city of Buffalo, NY, 1977, declared July 29th to be National Chicken Wing Day after a string of failed establishments offering their own version of Buffalo Wings. Wings n' Things, and Duff's were all famous for their wings.