The Future of TK Ranch & Calgary NW & Edmonton Order Deadline

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TK Ranch
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UPCOMING DELIVERY DATES
Calgary NW – WED Sept. 6
Order Deadline is MONDAY Sept. 4
Edmonton & Red Deer – SAT Sept. 9
Order Deadline is MONDAY Sept. 4
Calgary NE – WED Sept. 13
Order Deadline is MONDAY Sept. 11

Click here to see our new Fall sales items

Crispy Oven Baked Chicken Wings

Crispy Oven-Baked Chicken Wings

In our household chicken wings are not an appetizer they are a meal. If you have tried our wings in the past you will know they are very big, not like the mini-ones commonly served in restaurants. This is because we let our birds grow up before they are processed. I usually plan for about 5 wings per person, but some of my family members eat more. It depends on what else I am serving. If I'm lazy and only serve wings with fresh veggies and dip, then I plan for 10 wings per person (or one package). While they are thawing in cool water I turn the oven on to 425F and line the cookie sheet with parchment paper (easy cleanup).

I then mix up my simple seasoning: 1 tsp ground black pepper, 1 tsp ground sea salt, 2 tsp ground paprika and 2 tsp garlic powder. Once the wings are thawed I rinse them with cool water, pat dry and lay them out evenly in the cookie sheet. I liberally cover the wings with the seasoning and place them in the preheated oven. I don't generally turn the wings, instead I let them get really crispy on one side. If you notice there is a lot of juice gathering in the pan, carefully drain it off into a small mixing bowl and save it. Return the wings to the oven until they are crispy, it usually takes about an hour or a bit more. KEEP THE BONES! I always make chicken broth with the bones afterwards to stretch the meal a little farther and add the juice I collected while cooking because it is high in gelatin. Enjoy!

Soy-Free Chicken

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Grass-fed Lean Ground Beef

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Pepperoni Sticks

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Animal Welfare Approved -grassfed- Colleen Biggs

All the best,
Colleen Biggs
TK Ranch

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“The care of the Earth is our most ancient and most worthy, and after all our most pleasing responsibility. To cherish what remains of it and to foster its renewal is our only hope.”
– Wendell Berry

We've posted our August 30, 2017 email newsletter below. Click here to subscribe to our free email newsletter, click the orange RSS button to the right to subscribe to our RSS feed, or just check our blog often for the latest news.

TK Ranch
TK Ranch Truck
UPCOMING DELIVERY DATES
Calgary NW – WED Sept. 6
Order Deadline is MONDAY Sept. 4
Edmonton & Red Deer – SAT Sept. 9
Order Deadline is MONDAY Sept. 4
Calgary NE – WED Sept. 13
Order Deadline is MONDAY Sept. 11

Click here to see our new Fall sales items

Crispy Oven Baked Chicken Wings

Crispy Oven-Baked Chicken Wings

In our household chicken wings are not an appetizer they are a meal. If you have tried our wings in the past you will know they are very big, not like the mini-ones commonly served in restaurants. This is because we let our birds grow up before they are processed. I usually plan for about 5 wings per person, but some of my family members eat more. It depends on what else I am serving. If I'm lazy and only serve wings with fresh veggies and dip, then I plan for 10 wings per person (or one package). While they are thawing in cool water I turn the oven on to 425F and line the cookie sheet with parchment paper (easy cleanup).

I then mix up my simple seasoning: 1 tsp ground black pepper, 1 tsp ground sea salt, 2 tsp ground paprika and 2 tsp garlic powder. Once the wings are thawed I rinse them with cool water, pat dry and lay them out evenly in the cookie sheet. I liberally cover the wings with the seasoning and place them in the preheated oven. I don't generally turn the wings, instead I let them get really crispy on one side. If you notice there is a lot of juice gathering in the pan, carefully drain it off into a small mixing bowl and save it. Return the wings to the oven until they are crispy, it usually takes about an hour or a bit more. KEEP THE BONES! I always make chicken broth with the bones afterwards to stretch the meal a little farther and add the juice I collected while cooking because it is high in gelatin. Enjoy!

Soy-Free Chicken

Buy Now

Grass-fed Lean Ground Beef

Buy Now

Pepperoni Sticks

Buy Now

Animal Welfare Approved -grassfed- Colleen Biggs

All the best,
Colleen Biggs
TK Ranch

Facebook Follow TK Ranch on Facebook

Almost every day we are posting new pictures and video of life on TK Ranch. Please connect with us on Facebook for updates and interesting food news too.

“The care of the Earth is our most ancient and most worthy, and after all our most pleasing responsibility. To cherish what remains of it and to foster its renewal is our only hope.”
– Wendell Berry

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