Wine Braised Brisket

Soft, tender brisket cooked to perfection in the Wolf Convection Steam Oven.

Oysters Rockefeller

Start off your day with our favorite brunch option, oysters Rockefeller! Filled with a rich sauce and finished with our powerful Wolf broiler, these oysters will delight your loved ones any day of the year.

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Take full advantage of rhubarb’s short season and make this deliciously sweet and tart pie!

Mini Philly Cheesesteak

The Wolf Convection Steam Oven is so versatile that you can make bagels without a pot of boiling water!

Breakfast Bagels

The Wolf Convection Steam Oven is so versatile that you can make bagels without a pot of boiling water!

Turkey in a Steam Oven

Steam is a secret ingredient when preparing a holiday turkey and the Wolf Convection Steam Oven is the perfect appliance for this iconic meal….

Green Bean Casserole

Green Bean Casserole is a timeless classic on the Thanksgiving table, but in our recipe, we throw out that nasty can of mushroom soup…

Butternut Squash and Bacon Tart

This beautiful tart fresh out the oven will be a crowd pleaser at your fall holiday parties.

Apple Sage Stuffed Pork Loin

Incorporating apples into a savory application is a great way to add a bit of sweetness and bring balance to dishes.

Grilled Peaches

Summer is here, and you know what that means?… PEACHES! These grilled peaches are great on salads or even better yet, with a big…

Green Crab Bisque

Chef Charles Draghi, former owner of Erbaluce Restaurant, created this Green Crab Bisque dish in honor of Mike Furlong, a Plymouth area fisherman and…

Cheesecake Bites

Wow your guests with this easy summer dessert that makes you look like you’ve been working in the kitchen for hours. It can easily…

Love on the Half Shell

While there may not be any scientific proof that oysters are an aphrodisiac, these sensual bivalves have retained their reputation as a fun and…

Berry Treats for Summer Gatherings | Blueberry Cheesecake

Berry Desserts for Summer Gatherings

It’s been a rainy spring here in New England, which may not yield a good hair day but is “berry” good news for fruits…