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"Whenever I’m on Stephen’s show he pulls out a bottle of my Dos Hombres Mezcal and we have a sip or three while we’re actually ON THE AIR. I didn’t know that was allowed, but I’m glad it is…Next time I want to share some mezcal and Stephen & Evie’s own, delicious DH Chicken Wings with his whole audience! Little Smokey - Little Spicy. That, and other great recipes are in their book, Does This Taste Funny? Available September 17th. Cheers!"

Bryan Cranston, Co-Founder of Dos Hombres

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 Stir the lime juice, mezcal, olive oil, garlic, peppers, and salt together in a large bowl. Add the wings and toss well, then remove the wings and mezcal mixture to a container that suits you: I like the convenience and utility of a gallon zip-lock bag, but the environmental cost of single-use plastic is not lost on me. So use a better container, you better person reading this.

Marinate the wings in the fridge for, oh, maybe 4 hours? I can never judge. The lime juice and mezcal mix is pretty potent, but I don’t think that overnight would hurt ya.

Take the wings out of the bag, drain them well, and retain the marinade—this will be boiled down into the sauce, if you don’t want to squeeze a lot more limes.

Pat the wings as dry as possible. Place them on a paper towel– lined plate and refrigerate, uncovered, for an hour or two. The drier the skin, the crispier the wings will cook up.

Heat the oven to 250°F with a rack in the center position. While that’s happening, toss the wings in a mixture of fine salt and baking powder. Use your hands to make sure the mixture is rubbed over all the wings. Lightly oil a cooling rack and set it over a baking sheet. Lay the wings out on it, with enough room between them for air to circulate.

Bake for 30 minutes. (The low oven temp helps with the skin drying/crisping.) Turn the oven up to 425°F and continue baking until the skin is browned and crisp, about 45 minutes. You may want to flip the wings for the last 15 minutes to even out the browning.

While the wings are baking, make the sauce: Strain the marinade into a saucepan, bring to a low simmer, and simmer for 5 minutes. Add the honey and bring the sauce to a foaming boil, then kill the heat. The sauce should be golden and fragrant and approximately the consistency of maple syrup; if it is not, boil for a minute or two more.

When the wings are done, put them in a bowl, pour the lime-mezcal sauce over them, and toss until they are coated. Serve the crispy, tart, and sweet wings.

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