If you don't want to deal with messy fingers again, fine! There are other ways to use your leftover wings. For example, you can shred the meat off the bones and save as a salad or pizza topping or in a lettuce wrap -- anything that calls for shredded chicken, really, even another batch of buffalo chicken dip or chicken soup for a cold night.
Don't let them go stale! Some of us could eat chips and salsa for three meals a day, but if you're not one of those, use a food processor to crush your potato chips or crackers down and use in place of traditional breadcrumbs. It'll add a unique twist to an otherwise basic recipe.
Before it goes bad, use salsa as a flavor enhancer in any kind of red sauce or soups. Feel free to puree the salsa to remove any chunks.
I say just freeze your leftover chili until you get the craving again, but Food Network recommends turning it into an ultra-hearty shepherd's pie. You can cook the chili again until it thickens up a bit more, then use it as a base, top with mashed potatoes and bake. Food coma, at the ready.
Anyone else buy two 24-packs of beer for your Super Bowl party just for only about 10 to actually go? Just me? Cool. If you find yourself with an excess of lager in your fridge, use some as a braising liquid: Season the beer with salt and sugar and marinate a cut of meat with it.
Chances are, this is what you'll have the most of left over when all is said and done. Take those veggies and dice them up for omelettes or frittatas for the next week, or combine with those shredded chicken wings for your soup.
There's just something sad about next-day BBQ, but if there's still plenty of brisket remaining, saute it along with some onions and make a cheesesteak. Maybe you have some leftover queso, as well?