January 2016

Gin Cocktail In Glass

Craft a Blended Gin Toddy

Gin derives its predominant flavor from juniper berries, with hints of citrus and coriander. First consumed in the Middle Ages, gin has evolved from a medicinal tonic to a popular spirit used in the ubiquitous gin and tonic as well as a number of other cocktails. Our lemon thyme gin toddy pairs well with seafood, spicy Asian dishes, and any savory appetizer complementing the herbal and lemon notes. Crafting this cocktail involves a two-step process. First, the SOUP cycle on the Wolf Gourmet blender turns fresh sprigs of thyme, sugar and water into a sweet, herbaceous syrup, adding a fresh,… Read more

Corn Soup

Corn Soup with Chile Cream

Preparing soup from scratch can be a time consuming endeavor of chopping, stirring and simmering. But making soup in a blender lets you serve dinner quickly, so you have more time to enjoy conversation around the kitchen table. The Wolf Gourmet blender takes room temperature ingredients and turns them into steaming-hot soup in less than six minutes. This recipe features roasted corn and spicy cream. The soup’s velvety texture accented by the creamy, chipotle topping is unbeatable. You could also grill the corn to add an additional depth of flavor. Or, prepare the chili cream and roast the corn ahead… Read more

Roast chicken

Cook with Confidence: Roasted Bone-in Chicken Breasts with Garlic Gravy

This method for roasting chicken with convection will produce a flavorful breast with crisp skin and robust gravy. Because this recipe requires minimal preparation, you can keep it handy for busy evenings or when unexpected company drops by. Rub the chicken with olive oil and freshly chopped herbs, and add a head of garlic wrapped in foil (this will produce a more fragrant gravy). We suggest using the integrated temperature probe to alert you when the chicken has reached 160°F. While the chicken is resting, make the gravy using the pan drippings, roasted garlic, chicken stock and lemon juice.  … Read more

Pineapple Kale Juice

Pineapple Kale Whole Juice

Eating healthier is often top-of-mind in January. Blending whole juices is an easy and enjoyable way to get more fruits and vegetables into your life. You can use the Wolf Gourmet blender to make whole juice. It takes less than a minute and the result is wonderfully smooth with no chewy bits of kale in sight. Making a whole juice uses the entire fruit, so there’s more fiber and no waste. This recipe makes four generous servings, enough to get everyone off to a good morning.   Craft what you crave with the Wolf Gourmet high-performance blender.It offers complete control… Read more

Kale Smoothie

5 Smoothie Building Blocks

Smoothie ingredients can be divided into five broad categories. The first two categories—liquid and primary ingredients—are essential components. The other three categories—protein, sweetener, and intensifier—help enhance the flavor and nutritional value of your drinks. 1. THE LIQUID You need a liquid to keep things moving so the blender doesn’t cavitate. Liquids include all types of milk (such as dairy, soy milk, or almond milk), coconut water, yogurt, kefir, coffee, tea, herbal tea (like hibiscus or chamomile teas), and fruit and vegetable juices. Some fruits, like grapes and citrus, contain enough liquid to be counted as a liquid ingredient in the… Read more