Chef Dan’s Charred Jalapeño Hummus with Za’atar Roasted Chicken and Pita

Charred Jalapeño Hummus with Za’atar Roasted Chicken and Pita

Making hummus at home is a lot easier than you might think. It just takes a few simple ingredients. Once you see how effortless it is to make using the Wolf Gourmet blender, you’ll never go back to store bought hummus again. There are a few different ways you can add the charred jalapeños. You can either blend them right into the hummus, or you can serve them in the middle, like I did here. I prefer the latter method since not everybody likes spicy food. This way, you can control the exact amount of jalapeño you get per scoop…. Read more

With Food + Love: Roasted Acorn Squash and Shallot Soup

Roasted Acorn Squash and Shallot Soup

In December, life is hectic. And busy. And we’re all scrambling around from work to holiday parties to family gatherings. Racing to get gifts, and make bounties of food. We’re all doing our best to get it all done and to fit it all in. We’re overindulging in sweets and drinks and our diets are high in sugar and calories and low in nutrients. There’s nothing more satisfying than a bowl of cozy soup. This hearty roasted acorn squash and shallot soup uses just a few pantry ingredients, and comes together in under 45 minutes. And because you’re using the… Read more

Cardamom Spiced Pear Turnovers from The Broken Bread

Cardamom Spiced Pear Turnovers

Now that the season has turned to the crisp atmosphere of winter, it’s the perfect time to start cozying up by the fireplace, hot cocoa in hand, or to wrap yourself in your favorite blanket while sipping on the morning’s coffee. But best of all is enjoying all the warm baked treats that are so appropriate this time of year. And hardly anything is better than a fresh batch of cardamom-spiced pear turnovers. Unlike the bursting flavor of summer stone fruits and berries, winter fruit is rich but understated—the flavors need to be coaxed into fullness. So, in this recipe… Read more

Sugar Cookie Bars from Grandbaby Cakes

Sugar Cookie Bars

During the holiday season, cookie baking is at its prime.  I love whipping up several batches of cookie dough so I can bake dozens of cookies for family and friends.  The classics like gingerbread and sugar cookies can always be counted on to be holiday favorites. Sometimes, however, I like to mix it up and change the texture and end result altogether. That’s where these Sugar Cookie Bars come in.  They are the perfect cross between a sugar cookie and a dessert bar. They taste just like sugar cookies but are thicker and pack in more flavor. I love using… Read more

Caffeine-Free Creamy Chai Lattes with Maca from Phoebe Lapine

As a borderline millennial, I grew up in the Starbucks generation. This was before there was one on every block in the world. And, therefore, when one opened on my actual block in middle school, it was cool beyond belief. My friends used to come over after sports practice and we’d grab lattes on the way home. Though I doubt any of them were drinking coffee at 5pm on a school night, I can tell you that I definitely was not. Instead, I always opted for a spiced chai tea latte. Fortunately, my spiced chai tea lattes left nothing more… Read more

Oven Crispy Fish with Herbs from Evan Kalman

Oven Crispy Fish with Herbs

Cooking fish can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Whole roasted fish makes for a simple yet elegant dinner, and cooking it in the Wolf Gourmet countertop oven couldn’t be easier. For a quick and elegant dinner, consider whole roasted fish like a trout or branzino. Because they are smaller in size, they cook up fast and perfect every time. Start with the freshest fish you can find. The eyes should be clear, and the fish should smell like the sea. Keep things simple and ask your fishmonger to clean the fish for you. Make sure to keep the whole… Read more

I Am Baker’s Pumpkin Pie Milkshake

Pumpkin Pie Milkshake

Sometimes a little decadence is in order for the holidays. This Pumpkin Pie Milkshake, made in the Wolf Gourmet high-performance blender, is the ultimate season’s delight. The secret to creating this mouthwatering milkshake? Blending in an actual slice of baked pumpkin pie. Smooth, creamy, and packed with rich pumpkin flavor, this delicious drink comes together in just a few minutes thanks to the Wolf Gourmet blender.  Just turn the knob to “smoothie” and let the blender work its magic. The result? A gloriously smooth and delicious milkshake that’s fit for the season.   Amanda Rettke is the creator of I Am Baker, and… Read more

Brined Pork Rib Roast

Brined Pork Rib Roast

Pork roast is great option for dinner, especially on chilly winter evenings. Marinated overnight in a fresh sage, thyme and coriander herb brine, then seared and slow-cooked to perfection in the Wolf Gourmet Multi-Function Cooker, this delicious rib roast accompanied by a hearty kale salad is sure to please your dinner guests.   Use Multi-Function Cooker mode: SLOW COOK PROGRAM WITH PROBE SaveSave SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSave SaveSave

Using the Multi-Function Cooker: Osso Buco with Mustard and Horseradish Gravy

Osso Buco - Multi-Function Cooker

This classic Italian dish hails from Milan, a city known for its richness in food, art and fashion. From searing to slow cooking, the entire recipe can be accomplished in the Wolf Gourmet Multi-Function Cooker. Following its heritage, we recommend that this dish be served over mashed potatoes or egg noodles and accompanied by a hearty side of root vegetables or sautéed greens.

Apt2B Baking Co.’s Cheddar Scallion Biscuits

Cheddar Scallion Biscuits | Wolf Gourmet

I didn’t grow up eating biscuits, but once I discovered Southern style buttermilk biscuits, and how easy they are to make, I couldn’t be stopped. They are always a welcome side dish in my house and this super savory cheddar scallion version is an all-time favorite. These biscuits are of the soft and fluffy variety, packed with lots of cheesy oniony goodness. They would make a fine accompaniment to just about any dinner plan, but are especially great with soup or chili or you could save them for breakfast to have alongside some soft scrambled eggs. The dough comes together… Read more

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