Organic Chicken Wings Split Tip Off - butcher-shoppe-direct
Organic Chicken Wings Split Tip Off - butcher-shoppe-direct
Organic Chicken Wings Split Tip Off - butcher-shoppe-direct

Organic Chicken Wings Split Tip Off

Regular price $7.00
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"Wicked wingettes for your patented hot wings.”

The best-kept secret to the best hot wings on the block. Air-chilled and hand cut fresh to order, our split tip-off chicken wings are sourced from only the best local poultry farms. Sold in 1lb packages, these juicy flavorful wings can be grilled, baked, smoked, or even battered and deep-fried.

1lb per package

Goes Great With...

Celery sticks and a little bit of bleu cheese dressing. That’s right: we’re talkin’ hot wings

Our Preferred Preparation 

Broil ‘em, bake ‘em, then toss them in your patented wing sauce concoction. These oven-baked hot wings will come out crispy and delicious.

Ingredients
  • Organic, Air-chilled, hand-cut poultry
  • Free range
  • All natural
  • Hormone free
  • 1lb per package
How It Ships

Our chicken wings (split, tip off) are hand prepared to order, then immediately vacuum sealed at their freshest, before being sent directly to your door on our own fleet of refrigerated trucks within 12-24 hours of your order.

Chicken breasts are the pectoral muscles of a chicken, of which there are two. It’s an excellent source of lean protein that’s easy to prepare and suitable for a wide variety of dishes. Next to chicken wings, chicken breast is one of the most commonly purchased proteins in the United States.

Glad you asked! Our chicken breast is sourced from local Ontario chicken farms without exception. 

Prepare or freeze your Butcher Shoppe chicken breasts within five days of receiving them.You don’t need to wash raw chicken breast! This will only spread juices to other surfaces. Instead, wash hands before handling and use a separate cutting board for your raw chicken protein. Otherwise, the key is to avoid drying the chicken breast out during cooking.

Chicken breast is the health nut’s choice for a reason: a four-ounce serving contains just about 100 calories and almost two dozen grams of protein. It’s lean, it’s healthy, and it’s incredibly easy to make.

On the Grill

Grillmasters love to boast their own proprietary grilled chicken recipes. We like to keep it simple. Throw together your favorite marinade in a ziploc bag—say, oil, vinegar, honey, mustard, and lemon juice?—add your chicken breasts, and let it sit for a couple of hours. Once the grill is hot, give it a couple minutes on each side and bingo.

Using a Broiler

Get your broiler going on high. Slice your chicken breasts in half (lengthwise) before rubbing them down with olive oil, salt, pepper, and a cajun spice mix of your choosing. Place your chicken breasts on the rack and broil them 4-5 minutes on each side.

In a Pan

We like to pat the chicken breast dry, then coat it in a mix of flour, salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Then we heat a generous drizzle of oil in a pan on medium heat before searing the protein 4-5 minutes on each side.


Early in the process of breaking down cattle, government graders give that animal a grade based on a number of metrics, including marbling (or “frosting” as it is known in Japan), which tends to indicate better flavour, as well as the age of the animal, the size and the shape of each of the muscles, the amount of fat that covers the muscle. In Canada, the highest grade is Prime, followed by AAA, AA, and A. In the United States, the highest grade is also Prime, followed by Choice and Select.

That instantly recognizable red colour of steak has to do with the amount of blood still left in the cut. If you receive a steak from The Butcher Shoppe that isn’t as red as you expected, it’s likely that the blood hasn’t come to the surface yet. Often, removing your steak from the Cryovac packaging we send it in can also impact the colour.

Generally, an animal that only eats grass for its life is not going to develop as high a grade, as an animal that eats a fattier diet. A very lean diet without corn, grain or wheat will result in a lower grade and very lean meat, which is often not flavourful. Corn, barley, wheat, and grains tend to be higher in carbohydrates, and as a result, a healthy animal will bulk up and provide more flavourful meat.

It’s important to remember that feed is only part of an animal’s upbringing, and that farmers typically feed their animals what is most available given the seasons. For example, in Canada, because we grow so much grain and wheat here, we tend to feed our animals a lot of grain and wheat. In the United States, they grow a lot of corn, and as a result, they feed their animals a lot of corn. In Japan, they grow a lot of rice and sweet potato, and as a result, they feed their animals a lot of rice and sweet potatoes.

No. All of our steaks are cut and prepared by hand with little to no machine processing. We never needle, inject, or mechanically tenderize our steaks. We don’t use machine trimmers because they trim what shouldn’t be trimmed, and often miss what should, meaning the customer ends up paying for the weight of scraps.

Your order is always cut fresh no more than 24 hours before it is delivered to your door, in a vacuum sealed package, on our own fleet of refrigerated trucks.

Generally, we deliver to the Greater Toronto Area, around 250 to 300 kilometers from Toronto city. We use our own refrigerated trucks to complete your delivery. In most cases, next-day delivery is available. At this time, delivery is not available beyond Southern Ontario.

You can set a specific delivery date, yes. On our side, we’ll make sure your meat is cut to order, packaged, and shipped no more than 24 hours before your delivery date. If you need to change your order or delivery date, please call us at (416) 234-2290 or email us at info@butchershoppe.com

Of course! We’d be happy to see you.

You can find us at 121 Shorncliffe Rd, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 5K7

We do not offer a subscription service at this time.

All orders are hand-cut fresh to order, so we recommend that you cook and consume, or freeze, your meat within five days of receiving it. Most proteins can be kept frozen for up to a year.

We source much of our meat locally, however we do source some of the best products that other countries have to offer.

Wagyu is simply any of the original breeds of Japanese cattle. Meat cut from these animals is known for its intense marbling, high quality, and rich flavor. Kobe beef is a very particular strain of Wagyu called Tajima-Gyu that is raised to strict standards in the Hyogo Prefecture. Kobe is the capital city of Hyogo, thus the name.

We recommend that you prepare or freeze your Butcher Shoppe order within five days of receiving it. Most meat will hold in a deep freeze for up to a year. For best practices around meat handling, see Safe food handling in the home from Canada.ca.

Absolutely. Most of our cuts of meat can be prepared in a large pan, preferably a cast-iron skillet, on high heat. The trick is to season meat appropriately and use the right temperature to achieve that nice crusty sear on the outside. Some of our product pages include recommendations on preparation, including instructions for preparing meat on the stove.

Next-day delivery is free for orders over $250!