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Kevin Roberts, Radio’s “food Dude” & Author of ‘Munchies’ Introduces Tantalizing New Recipes Fresh From His New Book:
“Kissing In The Kitchen”
Parsippany, NJ (January 2008)— Nothing brings fans together faster than a platter of Buffalo Wings on game day. But to create authentic style, restaurant-quality wings, you’ve gotta’ have the secret ingredient. Frank’s® RedHot® Cayenne Pepper Sauce has been the secret to mouthwatering wings since it was used to create the original Buffalo Wings in Buffalo, NY almost fifty years ago. Today, the wing eating craze is hotter than ever with nearly 20 million wings eaten and served during Super Bowl parties alone.
Take it from the pros, like Kevin Roberts, celebrity chef, cookbook author and owner/Executive Chef at San Diego’s famed East Village Tavern & Bowl where the bar menu takes center stage, “Without Frank’s RedHot , there’s no such thing as true Buffalo Wings,” says Roberts.
Frank’s Redhot delivers that perfect blend of flavor and heat, while letting food’s natural flavor shine through. In addition to wings, the sauce complements a variety of other foods—from burgers and chili to pizza and tacos. Consumers can also use Frank’s RedHot to sauce up the flavor of store-bought, frozen or take-out wings for the ultimate buffalo flavor. “On game day, I especially enjoy the fact that Frank’s RedHot allows me to replicate my restaurant wings at home without ever leaving the comfort of my couch,” Roberts adds.
Roberts, one of TV’s rising superstar chefs, recently introduced his new cookbook, Kissing in the Kitchen, the ultimate guide to cooking and dating. His easy-to-create meals and munchies are sure to lure even the most serious fans from the big screen to the buffet table with recipes that reflect a passion for sharing food with friends and family.
Frank’s RedHot is the secret ingredient used in the original Buffalo Wing created in Buffalo, NY in 1964. For more recipes with the original Buffalo flavor of Frank’s RedHot log onto www.franksredhot.com
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