Buffalo Wings

Buffalo Wings On the day of the big game at Nuthatcher Farm Rooster is sure that buffalo wings would be the perfect snack for the football watching frenzy But Rooster doesn t quite follow the directions and befor

  • Title: Buffalo Wings
  • Author: Aaron Reynolds Paulette Bogan
  • ISBN: 9781599900629
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • On the day of the big game at Nuthatcher Farm, Rooster is sure that buffalo wings would be the perfect snack for the football watching frenzy But Rooster doesn t quite follow the directions, and before you can say touchdown he is heading west in search of a certain missing ingredient Rooster s quest is full of surprises, unexpected adventures, and of course, the perfOn the day of the big game at Nuthatcher Farm, Rooster is sure that buffalo wings would be the perfect snack for the football watching frenzy But Rooster doesn t quite follow the directions, and before you can say touchdown he is heading west in search of a certain missing ingredient Rooster s quest is full of surprises, unexpected adventures, and of course, the perfect ending to his road trip saga the ultimate snack for his football fiesta This mouthwatering follow up to the read aloud favorite Chicks and Salsa is told with flavor and flair by Aaron Reynolds, while Paulette Bogan s scrumptious illustrations will make tummies of all ages grumble for .

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    1 thought on “Buffalo Wings”

    1. Maybe children would like it better? Maybe I would have liked it better if the recipe on the back endpaper were vegetarian, using, I dunno, firm tofu cubes to make toothpick-served buffalo-style appetizers? I mean, rooster is ready to amputate the wings off the buffalo, what's up with that?

    2. Buffalo Wings by Aaron Reynolds was about chickens, and farm animals who prepare for this big football game. The chickens wanted to make buffalo wings, and throughout the story they spent their time trying to find that missing ingredientbuffalo with wings. This book really made me laugh at some parts because of how buffalo wings were made out of chicken, and how the rooster was the one trying to prepare them. However, I felt that the ending was oddly arranged. To me, the very last page did not f [...]

    3. This humorous follow up to Chicks and Salsa once again features the animals of Nuthatcher Farm and their strange eating habits. They are preparing for the big game and decide that buffalo wings will be the perfect food. However, when chicken finds out that buffalo wings do not come from buffalos, the plan changes! This is another great read aloud for school age children. Recipes included.

    4. Rooster and the rest of the farmyard are getting ready to watch the big football game. Rooster has a hankering for buffalo wings and has all the ingredientsexcept buffalo. Since you can't watch a football game without buffalo wings, Rooster sets off on an epic journey to find some buffalo. But when he finally finds those hard-to-find beasts, something is missing and Rooster must re-check the reciped then re-evaluate his football plans.A humorous look at sports fans and their munchies. Hand this [...]

    5. How did the rooster learn how to drive a stick shift? Hmm when the rooster goes in search of buffaloes with wings for his sauce, something appears to be missing. Namely wings. That's when he rereads the recipe and realizes, to his horror, that he needs chicken wings. How embarrassing! But the buffaloes save the day by inviting rooster to their football festivities complete with jalapeno hush puppies.Fun stuff.

    6. Cute story about critters on the farm who are very excited about an upcoming football game. The game is almost as important as the food and rooster is on a mission for buffalo wings. But do buffalos have wings? Hmmmmm

    7. The barnyard animals are having a party, watching the game on the TV, and having party food. But chicken decides they need buffalo wings and goes out in search of them.

    8. By far the most disappointing book I have read by Aaron Reynolds. I picked up this book from my public library, hoping to add it to my MS collection for a Super Bowl/football selection. It seemed as though it needed some editing. There could have been a continuation of other terms that don't mean exactly what they say like "buffalo wings." It has excellent alliteration that would have made me purchase this title, if it didn't get lost in the absurdity of the plot. Definitely NOT a fan. Will not [...]

    9. Date: November 25th, 2014Author: Aaron Reynolds; Illustrated by Paulette Bogan Title: Buffalo WingsPlot: A rooster is determined to make the best Buffalo Wings before the big football game between the Mustangs and the Buffalos on the Nuthatcher Farm.Setting: The Nuthatcher Farm; Various LocationsCharacters: The Rooster; Buffalo; Mustang; Various animal charactersPoint-of-View: Third-Person Theme: ChallengesStyle: Narrative Picture-Book; Animal Characters with Human-like characteristics. Copyrigh [...]

    10. Ever wonder what would happen if the animals on the farm had a Super Bowl party? Rooster sets out on a quest to find buffalo with wings to make this football party snack. When he find the buffalo minus their wings, he rereads the recipe to make a horrifying discovery! Needless to say, he opts to make the jalepeno hushpuppies instead! This book includes 2 recipes on the back cover. Jessica Simpson would be so confused

    11. Autumn: It's tailgating season! Rooster is prepared to find a buffalo to get wings from to make his recipe; he is horrified to discover whose wings are actually used.Problem/ solution: He is then able to come up with a substitute recipe, and makes some great travel buddies in the process. Aaron Reynolds, you've cracked them up again!

    12. Just exactly where do buffalo wings come from? Rooster wants to make the perfect Super Bowl snack for the big game, after all, the ducks made their famous quackamole, the pigs piled up some nachos, and the horses got the TV ready!Sooster heads west in search of buffalo wings and is he ever in for a big surprise!

    13. (4.5 stars)It is the day of the big football game and the farm animals are getting ready to watch. The ducks provided quackamole, the pigs nachos, the horses the TV, and the rooster wants to make buffalo wings. But, one ingredient is missing: buffalo! So, rooster goes off in search of buffaloes for his perfect game day snack.

    14. Cute story, I did like Chicks and Salsa better though (by the same author). Chickens want buffalo wings for their game day spread. The chicken goes out to look for buffalo and finally finds them only to discover that they are missing an important part if they are to have buffalo "wings".

    15. This is a humorous story about a roaster discovering the truth behind "buffalo wings." This is a good story to read during the football season and has a fast recipe in the back of the book for game days.

    16. The group from Nuthatcher farm (Chicks and Salsa) and getting ready for the big game. Everyone has their food ready but rooster wants something with some kick and decides on buffalo wings. A humorous trip ensues until rooster discovers buffalo wings do not require buffalo at all.

    17. The barnyard animals are watching the big game on tv and decide to make a party of it. Rooster half-reads a recipe for buffalo wings and goes on an adventure to find buffalo, for their wings of course.

    18. Another book that made me hungry. Jordan liked the pictures, but I'm not quite sure that she followed the story.

    19. A story about a rooster's quest to have the perfect game-day snack. Little did he realize that buffaloes don't have wings, so what are they?Fun illustrations.

    20. "cooking, football, farm, buffalo, rooster making snacks for a football game goes on a road trip to find wings on a buffalo"

    21. Even funnier than its predecessor, Chicks and Salsa, from the same creators. Like that book, this one also has the recipes on the back endpapers.

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