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It’s common knowledge that New Englanders are the only breed of people who can get away with using the word wicked without sounding like fools (well, most of the time at least). Johnson, Vermont’s Wicked Wings capitalizes on this adage; in fact, many of its menu items are called “wicked,” from wings to chicken tenders to baked potatoes, as they are cooked on an open flame. But chicken comes in all shapes and sizes on the menu: grilled or fried in the California Chicken Sandwich with fresh bacon, melted Swiss, and guacamole on ciabatta, marinated and blackened on the Cajun Wrap, and topped with sautéed onions, peppers, and American cheese with garlic mayo in the Chicken Philly.

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It’s common knowledge that New Englanders are the only breed of people who can get away with using the word wicked without sounding like fools (well, most of the time at least). Johnson, Vermont’s Wicked Wings capitalizes on this adage; in fact, many of its menu items are called “wicked,” from wings to chicken tenders to baked potatoes, as they are cooked on an open flame. But chicken comes in all shapes and sizes on the menu: grilled or fried in the California Chicken Sandwich with fresh bacon, melted Swiss, and guacamole on ciabatta, marinated and blackened on the Cajun Wrap, and topped with sautéed onions, peppers, and American cheese with garlic mayo in the Chicken Philly.