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Chef makes turkey wings with hot Hoosier honey

Chef makes Turkey Wings with Hot Hoosier Honey

Thanksgiving may be long gone, but Jason Michael Thomas is still amazing us with his skills when it comes to cooking turkey!

Today he visited the Indy Style kitchen and showed us how to make his Becker Farms Pasture Raised Turkey Wings with Hot Hoosier Honey.

It all starts with the overnight marinade. He then braises them for 1.5 to two hours at 400 degrees.

Next he broils them until they’re crispy and warns to keep a close eye on them because the skin can go from perfect to burned in one minute.

He also showed us to make hot honey using freshly chopped peppers and raw honey.

Chef makes Turkey Wings with Hot Hoosier Honey

Thomas also suggests topping the wings with sumac salt and fresh greens or micros for freshness.

Jason Michael Thomas owns Urban Awareness Gardens in the heart of downtown Indianapolis where he elegantly prepares 100 percent locally farmed and foraged dinners in a private setting. He uses his television appearances and social media influence to educate others about the crucial importance of the sustainable food movement and promotes a healthy lifestyle by teaching why we should seek out the most natural and delicious local foods. Go to www.jasonmichaelthomas.com to learn more about his mission and book your private dinners and events. 

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CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) – For those who may not be able to make it to a church service but still want to take part in Ash Wednesday, one local church provided a solution.

The Carmel United Methodist Church on Rangeline Road had a drive-thru.

Ash Wednesday signifies the start of Lent, which ends with Easter Sunday.

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