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Weatherman Versus Food - Wrigley Field Two

When know that WFFT weekend meteorologist Andrew Logsdon likes his wings. And now, it's your turn to see if you can keep up. We return to Fort Wayne's Wrigley Field Bar and Grill to take on the Carl's Sauce Wing Challenge. He's got this week's Weatherman Versus Food.
When know that WFFT weekend meteorologist Andrew Logsdon likes his wings.

And now, it's your turn to see if you can keep up.

We return to Fort Wayne's Wrigley Field Bar and Grill to take on the Carl's 

Sauce Wing Challenge.

He's got this week's Weatherman Versus Food.

Wrigley field is home to some of the spiciest wings in the region.

You might remember last year when I took on Carl's Challenge.

Tonight's it's Matthew's turn.

"The carl's sauce has gotten to be very popular. People are liking- because 

it's full of flavor. It's got a lot of flavor to it, and it's got some heat 

to it too,” says co-owner Beth White.

Some heat?

The sauce is a mix of peppers, including habanero and ghost.

And my challenger?

It's his first spicy challenge.

"Not official ones. In college, roommates and I would try to make the 

hottest hot wing sauce, and I've just kept it up since then,” says Matthew 

Troyer.

And now it's time to bring the heat.

"I think we can make a really good dent in it."

"I don't think quantity will be an issue for him, the heat might be, but I 

think he can do it."

He starts strong, getting through the first couple with ease.

But by the third-

“How do you feel?”

“We'll see.”


He's getting sweaty- and soon- the nose is dripping.

“I'm starting to have tears!”

One by one, the wings flap away.

But he finishes strong and conquers food!

Fifteen wings go down.

Another weatherman versus food champion!

"I've had things this hot before, but never this many, or this amount of 

it. A few wings that were this hot, but yea, it gets hotter as it goes,” 

Troyer says.

If you want a chance to compete on Weatherman Versus Food, send Andrew an 

email.


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