Wild Turkey Farms
  • WTF News- August 15th

    Happy Friday!


    We'll be at the markets tomorrow. Should be a beautiful day for good food. Come load up.




    Davidson Farmers Market 8am-Noon 


    Salisbury Farmers Market  8-Noon 




    For our Charlotte Peeps- Don't forget that we are keeping some items stocked atGreeneman Farms in the 7th Street Market.  They usually keep a variety of WTF products including our sausages, hotdogs, ham steaks, and chicken.  If they don't keep what you want in stock, we'll be glad to drop off an order for you there so you can pick it up at your convenience.  


    Don't forget to check out our Wild Turkey Farms Facebook page and "like" us to get the most up to date info.



    We hope that you'll support some of the chefs & businesses that support us & other local farmers.

    300 East- Charlotte

    Greeneman Farms @ 7th Street Market- Charlotte

    Pure Pizza @ 7th St Market - Charlotte

    Whiskey Warehouse- Charlotte

    Fork- Cornelius

    Napa On Providence - Charlotte

    The Asbury at The Dunhill Hotel- Charlotte

    The Wineshop at Foxcroft- Charlotte

    Heirloom- Charlotte

    Customshop- Charlotte

    Passion 8 Bistro- Rock Hill 


    Thanks for your support, have a great weekend, and we'll see you at the market.


    Lee, Domisty, Rosty, & Charlie

    Wild Turkey Farms LLC

    China Grove, NC
  • Cooking WTF Style- Sausage Balls
    Our oldest son LOVES when I make sausage balls, it is one of his favorites so I try to make them at least once a month.
    I had a friend who commented one time that she only had sausage balls at Christmas not at the WTF house, we love them!
    My recipe comes from a church cookbook.  Those cookbooks usually have lot of good tried & true recipes in them.
    I don't know why but I could not get the photo to turn. 
     I'll post the recipe at the end of the post.

    Simple ingredient list just 3 items.
    Shredded cheese

    Just a quick note here....I use to make my own Bisquick mix but I have found that actually using Bisquick works better than the Basic Mix recipe.
    Also, I prefer to buy block cheese & shred it myself.  I normally use more than 1 cup of cheese since I shred it myself & I don't use 3 cups of Bisquick.  You wouldn't expect me to follow a recipe exactly now would you?
    After mixing the ingredients together, roll them into balls & bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes.

    Then forget to take a picture until they are all almost gone!
    But I can assure you everyone in the family LOVED them!!
    Sausage Balls
    3 cups Bisquick
    1 lb. sausage
    1 cup grated cheddar cheese
    Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Mix ingredients together & roll into balls.  Bake for  15 minutes.


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