Chicken wings consist of three sections, the wing tip, the wingette (or flat wing tip), and the drummettes.
- Drummette is the section of the wing with a connection to the body of the bird. It also contains most of the wings meat. It resembles a very small drumstick.
- Wingette which or the flat wing tip is the middle section of the wing. Although it does not contain much meat but is generally moister than the drummette.
- Wing Tip is the third and outer most section of the wing. Though it does not contain much meat. But it makes use in making stock to help add flavor to the broth.