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Wolf Gourmet blog | Granola Bars

Go-Anywhere Granola Bars

When we need a quick snack on the go, we inevitably reach for a granola bar. Convenient and satisfying, these little bars can deliver breakfast during the morning commute, get us through a noon meeting, or tide us over until dinner. There are entire grocery store aisles devoted to bars of all kinds. Picking the right bar can be overwhelming – there’s crunchy, soft, protein-filled, fiber-filled, low-carb, vegan, raw, and probably 20 other different categories to choose from. If you find yourself turning over every box and analyzing the nutritional benefits of bar A versus B and questioning some of… Read more

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Greet the Day with Greens

After a month of indulgences, we’re ready to reset. Fresh greens, lighter meals, and a bit of restraint is in order. Instead of blending eggnog and whipped cream, January calls for blending fruits and vegetables. Starting the day with a vibrant, nutrition-packed whole juice gets your day off to a good start. Our recipe features all things green – spinach, cucumber, green grapes, a green apple, and nutrition newcomer, spirulina. Yes, the humble algae hanging around on the surface of your local pond has risen to the top. As a superfood superstar, it offers an ideal mix of protein, antioxidants,… Read more

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Wolf Gourmet – Recognized for Design Excellence

How do you elevate an everyday kitchen appliance into something uniquely essential to the home cook? The process starts with brainstorming sessions including experts from multiple disciplines, and rough sketches by a meticulous industrial design team. Step by step, the ideas put to paper are transformed into the final product combining form and function. Designing an appliance that proudly carries the Wolf Gourmet name involves many months of planning and real-life testing. Starting with Wolf cooking equipment, rooted in over 80 years of experience evolved from restaurant kitchens, we knew these appliances had to have a distinctive function. But we… Read more

Apple Almond Muffins with Lemon Glaze

Treat Your Guests

It’s always nice to wake up to the scent of an apple muffin, especially when there is a chill in the air. This recipe adds oats and ground almonds for a satisfying texture and taste. Topped with a tangy lemon glaze, these delicious bites are healthy with a bit of decadence on top and would be a wonderful morning treat for holiday guests. Craft what you crave with the Wolf Gourmet high-performance blender. It offers complete control for complex recipes and pre-programmed settings for one touch smoothies and soups. Infinite speed control and quiet design are just the beginning.    … Read more

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Add Some Sparkle to Your Party

Entertaining experts agree – while you can wait a bit to serve the food, you should have drinks ready when guests arrive to get them mingling. Our favorite way to serve beverages at a party is to offer a signature cocktail (instead of a fully stocked bar), plus wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages. It’s fun, gets people talking, and simplifies your holiday fête planning. You’ll have guests quickly served and be able to spend more time enjoying the party. Since it is the holiday season, a sophisticated drink with a little sparkle and gorgeous color is in order. We recommend saving… Read more

Cuban sandwich

Make it Authentic: Cuban Sandwich

Good, authentic Cuban sandwiches can be hard to find. They need the right combination of flavorful, citrusy pork, mustard, and pickles tucked between slices of bread. Ideally, it’s made with Cuban bread, which has a thin, toasty crust and a soft flaky center. You know when you have found the one, but when your favorite spot is closed or too far away, learn how to make your own to satisfy your craving. Chef Aldaberto Diaz hails from Cuba, so we know he has the credentials to create this authentic recipe.   Craft what you crave with the Wolf Gourmet high-performance… Read more

Butternut squash soup | Wolf Gourmet

A Soup for the Season

Soup season is year-round for us. Mason jars of soup show up in the office fridge on a regular basis, and there is an occasional line for the microwave around noon. We swap soup recipes regularly and experiment with new flavors on the weekends. Bring us a loaf of crusty bread, and we’re set. Some would say we are soup obsessed, and it may be true. When you can blend and pour a hot soup in six minutes, the possibilities seem endless. Using sautéed or roasted vegetables expands the flavor profiles even further. Cooler evenings and the arrival of fall… Read more

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Expand Your Soup Repertoire

It’s good to have a few soup recipes you can call on again and again for an easy meal. We think it’s time to change up your soup routine with something a little different. Fennel. Not familiar with fennel? I wasn’t either until a few years ago. In season from mid-fall to early spring, it’s most often associated with Italian cuisine. My first foray into cooking with it involved a very dull knife, a giant fennel bulb, and an extremely large bunch of Swiss chard. The dish involved some serious knife work, but after one bite of this sweet aromatic,… Read more

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Extend your summer nights with soup

As the lazy days of summer begin to wind down, we want to maximize our time spent enjoying it. Spending less time in the kitchen means more time for outdoor pursuits, or perhaps relaxing on the patio with a glass of wine watching the sun dip below the horizon. However you spend your summer evenings, a quick meal can get you where you want to be in no time. Sure, you could get takeout on the way home. But what if you could make something in the time it takes to stop at the local deli? Our culinary team came… Read more

watermelon soba | Wolf Gourmet

Zaru Soba with Chilled Watermelon from Betty Liu

During these hot and humid days, I want nothing more than something chilled, whether it be a quick tossed salad or more likely, cold soba noodles. Traditionally, soba noodles are served cold with an umami-packed dipping sauce, and they are perfect for summery days. The dish is simple, refreshing, and my choice meal during the summer. The dipping sauce can be a mentsuyu sauce, made from seaweed and bonito, and it works because of its intense umami flavor. Chilled it has so much flavor that soba noodles need simply be dipped and slurped up. I decided to make another dipping… Read more

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