Hungry for More: Baja Chicken Wrap

Jim Manney is at Quaker Steak & Lube with kitchen manager Scott Huson making the quick and simple Baja Chicken Wrap.

Just a few simple but flavorful ingredients make this wrap stand out.

The pops of black bean and corn salsa, pico de gallo and feta cheese bring the wrap together.

The whole thing took about 5 minutes, and the only extra time you would need to add on is if you need to cook your chicken.

It’s a fast and easy meal to make at any time.

So next time you visit their restaurant, check out some of their other menu items, even though their sign says they have “The Best Wings In The USA.”

Hungry for More: Arizona El Camino Burger

There’s mustard, ketchup and pickles; the “average” toppings to a burger. But, then you go to Quaker Steak & Lube, and you see a whole new array and combination of burger condiments.
“Hungry for More” host Jim Manney meets up with Quaker’s kitchen manager Scott Huson to show us their jam-packed Arizona El Camino burger that will leave you drooling and want to jump through the screen to take a bite.
They start off by grilling their half-pound burger with their secret seasoning and fill their garlic buttered bun with black bean and corn salsa, bacon, pepper jack cheese, sour cream and one of their special wing sauces just to name a few.
See the rest of the toppings and Jim Manney try to take on this ginormous but gorgeous burger.

Hungry for More: F/M area’s best wings

If you’re familiar with the Fargo area, then you may remember the old home of more upscale restaurants such as Norman’s and Redford’s. But now, as you drive by that same location, you’ll see that it has done a complete 180.

Quaker Steak & Lube, which just opened in December, is taking the FM area by storm.

On Tuesday, Forum wing experts Sam Benshoof and John Lamb named them the “best wings in Fargo-Moorhead” and “Hungry for More” host Jim Manney takes us there to see the behind the scenes magic.

Kitchen manager Scott Huson brings us in the kitchen, where we see the many, many wings sauces along with the secrets that make their wings the best of the best

One of the most impressive things we learned was that they make sure every order of wings is brought to you with perfection. They throw out any wings that are broken or have any missing meat.

And while he shows us how to make a batch of medium sauced wings, host Jim Manney takes the daring plunge into their hottest sauce, the Triple Atomic.

Check out the video to see if Jim makes it out alive.