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Cider-Glazed Pork Loin with Apple-Walnut stuffing and Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Cider-Glazed Pork Loin with Apple-Walnut stuffing and Roasted Sweet Potatoes from Heather Christo

  Born and raised in a large family in Seattle, Heather graduated from the University of Washington then attended the California Culinary Academy, Le Cordon Bleu. She spent several years throwing spectacular cocktail and dinner parties as well as serving as private chef for her Seattle clients. When Heather married in 2006, she hung up her chef’s coat and began her blog, HeatherChristo.com, dedicated to great food, drinks and entertaining. Heather and her husband Pete have two beautiful young daughters, Olympia and Colette, and in early 2014 Heather and both of her daughters were diagnosed with severe food allergies. Turning Lemons into Lemonade, Heather has totally rededicated her… Read more

roasted chicken

Cook with Confidence: Roasted Chicken

Roasted chicken can stand alone as a simple meal or be the first step towards a comforting soup or casserole. Roast one over the weekend and you’ll have the base for at least a couple weeknight meals. The Wolf Gourmet countertop oven with convection makes it easy to roast a chicken, quickly and evenly. The integrated temperature probe alerts you when your chicken has reached the desired temperature, eliminating guesswork. The convection mode circulates heated air within the oven and creates a crispy, golden skin. The garlic cloves roasted alongside the chicken not only flavor the pan juices, they thicken… Read more

Leg of Lamb from Wolf Gourmet

The Perfect Leg of Lamb

  Leg of lamb is often the star of Passover or Easter celebrations. Why not make lamb more often? It’s the perfect Sunday dinner or entrée for entertaining. Leftovers are great for sandwiches, sliced thin with a slather of lemon or garlic aioli on challah bread. Or topping a salad, along with crumbled feta, Kalamata olives and a lemon vinaigrette. A boneless cut is much easier to slice and serve. Some grocers carry boneless leg of lamb, or your butcher can remove the bone and tie it for you as well. Removing the bone allows for a more evenly shaped… Read more

Confidence in Every Step: Roasted Beef Tenderloin | Wolf Gourmet

Confidence In Every Step: Roasted Beef Tenderloin

This beef tenderloin roasts perfectly in the Wolf Gourmet countertop oven and is ideal for entertaining or a weeknight meal. Follow these simple steps for delicious results. Your tenderloin may already be trimmed and tied. If so, you just saved a step. If not, trim off any fat and silver skin and tie the roast with butcher’s twine. Let the tenderloin rest at room temperature before roasting. This allows for more even cooking and prevents the exterior of the meat from drying out when it’s placed in the hot oven. Preheat your countertop oven to 400˚F in Roast mode and press the Convection button…. Read more