Whether you like them mild, medium or hot, one thing is for sure this summer - it's becoming a bit more expensive to sink your teeth into Buffalo's culinary claim to fame.
The wholesale price of wings has gone up about 50 cents a pound from a year ago, according to the National Council of Chicken.
The NCC says the reason is quite simple - supply and demand. Wings are in high demand right now as they pop up on more menus and in more places, from traditional bars and restaurants to supermarkets and fast-food stops.
Prices usually peak three times a year - ahead of the Super Bowl, during the NCAA men's basketball tournament in March, and just in time for summer grilling.