Because Buffalo wing cupcakes weren't enough

buffalo wing cupcakeNot content to stop with Buffalo wing cupcakes, Coccadotts has created a whole lineup of Super Bowl-themed cupcakes: Salsa & Chips, Pepperoni Pizza, Cornbread & Chili, Chocolate Covered Pretzel, Bud Light & Lime, and of course, last year's Chicken Wing Cupcake. Explains the shop on its FB page: "These cupcakes are not meant to be sweet..."

The shop also says that Anderson Cooper will "sample and discuss" the cupcakes on the Anderson Cooper Show on Monday (yep, he has a daytime talk show) -- that airs here on WNYT at 2 pm. It also appears that Emmitt Smith will also be partaking of the savory cupcakes. The rewards of being an all-time NFL great really never do end.

[via @Velte_Spotlight]

Earlier on AOA: Eating the buffalo chicken wing cupcake from Coccadotts

Comments

Just because you can make something doesn't mean that you should.

I thought that Anderson's talk show had been canceled. It hasn't? It's still staggering on? That's good. If the mediascape lacks anything, it's daytime talk shows.

From Anderson Cooper's site/blog: "On today's show, Anderson and co-host Emmitt Smith were unwilling to try a Chicken Wing Cupcake. Our adventurous Executive Producer Terence was the only one who volunteered to try it… although he admitted it didn't taste very good."

While I can't say I support the idea of a chicken wing cupcake in the first place, am I the only one that thinks that this should be a boneless wing?? I don't get it.

I've had them and yes they are nasty!!

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