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pork tenderloin | Wolf Gourmet

One-Pan Dinners Are Weeknight Winners

Need a checklist for a great weeknight meal? Easy to prepare, tastes amazing, and cleans up with minimal effort. Enter the sheet pan. Put a versatile protein and veggies on a pan, bake, and serve. These straightforward and flavor-rich dinners are growing in popularity, and it’s no wonder. Don’t believe us? Just search sheet pan suppers on Pinterest. The goal is to get all the food on the pan to be done at the same time, which could be a little tricky when mixing meat and veggies. But by using the countertop oven convection feature you can cook at a… Read more

apple cake | Wolf Gourmet

Grandma’s Apple Cake

She never uses a recipe, just creams the butter and sugar, adds a few scoops of flour and a teaspoon or two of some other ingredients, dollops in sour cream and some chopped apples, stirs it all up in a cracked stoneware bowl and pours it into a baking dish generously greased with butter. Sliced almonds are sprinkled on top. She bakes it at 350. That’s all I have. You probably have one of these bakers in your life. There are no splattered cookbook pages or newspaper clippings from the 1980s in their kitchen. The classic stable of recipes is… Read more

Wolf Gourmet | peanut butter cookies

Satisfy Your Cookie Cravings

Early this year, we had an entire working lunch completely dominated by discussion about the latest season of Making a Murderer, and a few of us non-Netflix people (yes, they exist) sat there nodding politely because we had no idea what anyone was talking about. So this summer we have remedied our lack of Netflix knowledge, much to our coworkers’ delight, and can now confidently speak about any of the recent seasons as well as the classics. We also learned binge-watching an entire season of a show on Netflix requires snacks, and lots of them. After the giant bowl of… Read more

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Enjoy All the Berries with Mixed Berry Crisp

A favorite aunt used to bring a fruit crisp every Sunday for our family dinner. The winter months usually featured a homey, cinnamon-filled apple crisp, but by the time May rolled around, we were eagerly awaiting the change from apple crisp to some kind of berries. Strawberries were usually the first to appear. One-fruit crisps were her standby for years, and at her age she wasn’t making any changes. We pleaded with her to make a strawberry-rhubarb crisp too many times to count, and combining these two was as adventurous as she would get. Fast forward to today. There are… Read more

Wolf Gourmet braised pork

Get Bolder with Pork Shoulder

  Low and slow is the key to cooking tough cuts of meat like pork shoulder (sometimes referred to as Boston butt). It can’t be hurried along. Roasting, then braising achieves an evenly cooked and tender pork. Using a 9 x 13 baking dish or a Dutch oven for roasting and braising simplifies cooking and cleanup. The flavors of orange and coriander lend themselves to a variety of meals such as tacos, Cuban sandwiches, or carnitas. Pulled pork sliders are easily made by stirring in your favorite barbecue sauce and heaping onto a potato roll. Topped with crisp coleslaw and… Read more

Parker House rolls

Parker House Rolls

With six cooking modes, the Wolf Gourmet countertop oven delivers all the features you expect from a full-size oven. Today’s recipe incorporates two modes, PROOF and BAKE. The set temperature for PROOF mode is 80°F, the optimal temperature for a yeast dough to rise. Why? When yeast is added to flour and water, it starts consuming the sugars in the flour and releases carbon dioxide, which makes the dough rise in bulk. Yeast cells are more active in warm environments, and the PROOF mode provides the ideal, draft-free environment for yeast to work its magic. The origin of these deliciously… Read more

Cheesecake pumpkin squares

Welcome Autumn with Pumpkin Cheesecake Squares

Autumn has officially arrived, and there’s a bit of a chill in the morning air. A new season means a new set of favorite foods. Comforting, hearty stews and soups, apples, cinnamon, and of course, pumpkin, all make reappearances after months of zucchini, tomatoes, and salads. We are ready to tailgate, pick apples, go leaf-peeping, and visit the pumpkin patch. Pumpkin is a well-loved ingredient popular in the cooler months of fall. It’s used in smoothies, soups, and many baked goods. Today we came up with something a little different, pumpkin cheesecake squares. A cream cheese topping swirled throughout enriches… Read more

Chocolate Chip Cookies

How to Make the Absolute Best Chocolate Chip Cookies: Baking with (or without) Convection

Chocolate chip cookies come in many forms. Soft and chewy or golden brown and crisp … everyone has a favorite. Our recipe can be baked in the Wolf Gourmet oven with or without convection to yield different results, depending on your preference. Before we get started making cookies, let’s review. What exactly is convection? With the convection setting, a powerful fan with high-volume airflow vents thoroughly circulates heated air for even baking with no hot spots. Convection can be used in tandem with Bake mode with a press of the button to reduce cooking time by up to twenty-five percent. So, how does this affect your chocolate… Read more

Irresistible Blueberry Muffins

Fresh from the oven, the aroma of blueberry muffins is quite irresistible. Served at breakfast or as an afternoon treat with a dark-roast coffee, there is no bad time to enjoy a muffin. There are innumerable recipes for blueberry muffins, incorporating a variety of different ingredients like sour cream, flax, buttermilk, or whole-wheat flour. Ours is a classic, with plump, fresh berries and lemon zest to provide a bright note of citrus. A simple crumb topping gives added dimension and depth of flavor. If you live in an area that has wild blueberries, by all means use them. Wild blueberries… Read more

roasted tomatoes

Preserving Summer Tomatoes

There’s nothing like a tomato fresh off the vine. The weekend farmer’s markets are bursting with heirloom varieties like Mountain Gold and traditional favorites like Big Boy. Your backyard garden may be overflowing with these red jewels, or perhaps a bag of tomatoes appears on your porch from your green-thumb neighbor. A sprinkle of kosher salt, fresh ground pepper and a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil on sliced tomatoes are all you need for a satisfying summer appetizer. Or two slices of white bread and some mayonnaise for the quintessential Southern sandwich. A box of summer tomatoes can become tomato… Read more

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