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Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven - Product Review & Giveaway - A Family Feast

We are very excited to be partnering with Wolf Gourmet to tell you all about their fantastic Countertop Oven with Convection. And better yet – #WolfGourmet is giving one lucky A Family Feast reader the chance to win a Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven with Convection of their very own! My husband Jack is sharing all of the details below:

Hi everyone – this is Jack. Let me start by saying that Wolf Gourmet was nice enough to gift us with a Countertop Oven with Convection for testing and review purposes here on A Family Feast. But even if we had paid full price – we would still be giving this amazing countertop oven a 5-star rating!

Having worked in a professional food service kitchen for many years, Wolf products were always my favorite because of their high quality and superior performance. So I was thrilled to test this Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven with Convection in our own kitchen. And, I am happy to report that this home-use appliance matches the same high quality of the professional Wolf products I’ve known and loved – plus it is gorgeous to look at!

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven - Product Review & Giveaway - A Family Feast

With all of the cooking we do, counter space in our kitchen is at a premium. So – when I first learned that we would be reviewing this heavy-duty Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven, I actually envisioned testing it out for a while – then storing it in the pantry or basement to pull out for special occasions when we needed some additional oven space.

However the day the oven arrived – and we saw how well it was built and how versatile it is – our older, smaller toaster oven was immediately banished to the basement and the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven has taken center stage!  This countertop oven is loaded with features including:

  • Advanced convection function
  • Integrated temperature probe
  • Precision temperature control
  • 6 Cooking modes
  • 5 Heating elements
  • Easy-glide rack
  • Removable crumb tray
  • Nonstick interior
  • Includes baking pan with broiling rack
  • Fits most 9” x 13” stoneware dishes
  • 5 year limited warranty

Over the last month, Martha and I have been putting this countertop oven to the test – we roasted a full-size Prime Rib roast (you can see the recipe here) using the built-in temperature probe…

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven - Product Review & Giveaway - A Family Feast

We baked a delicious Yorkshire Pudding (that recipe is here!)

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven - Product Review & Giveaway - A Family Feast

And we (quickly!) proofed and baked Dinner Rolls (you can see that recipe here)

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven - Product Review & Giveaway - A Family Feast

In addition to the recipes above, we also successfully baked many other foods using the convection setting. The fan is super quiet thanks to the quality and thickness of the oven cavity and the food cooked perfectly!

When broiling – the included heavy steel oven rack can be moved to different heights, you are given low or high temperature settings, as well as two door positions (slightly ajar or closed). Our broiling resulted in perfectly and evenly-cooked food because Wolf Gourmet thought this through – and they made sure that the broiler covered the entire top of the oven and not just a center strip like most ovens.

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven - Product Review & Giveaway - A Family Feast

The warming feature works perfectly as designed – keeping cooked food warm until served without further cooking.

Lastly, we tried the toast feature. It makes perfect toast – although I should note it does take a little longer to make than a standalone toaster appliance (mostly because the oven is large and it takes a while to heat up). But I love this oven so much, I don’t mind.

This Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven is a high-quality precision instrument that will last a lifetime in your kitchen!  We love it so much – we now use it more than our conventional range oven!

The Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven has a retail value of $499.99 and is sold online as well as at the following retailers:

Sur La Table * Bloomingdales * Frontgate

We’re also thrilled that Wolf Gourmet is giving one lucky A Family Feast reader the chance to win a Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven with Convection for your own kitchen!

{UPDATE: The Giveaway is Closed! Congrats to Tricia M. who is the winner of our giveaway.}

For your chance to win*, leave a comment below by 11:59 pm on October 31, 2015 and tell us what dish you would make first in the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven?

 *Giveaway Terms & Conditions:  Open to anyone 18 years of age or older with a valid US shipping address in the 50 United States or District of Columbia (No P.O. Boxes please!) Winner will be randomly selected via random.org on November 1, 2015. Winner will be contacted via email so please be sure to enter using a valid email address where we can reach you. Winner will have 48 hours to respond and confirm their shipping address, otherwise a new winner will be selected and so on.

Please note that comments are moderated so if you don’t see your comment immediately publish, don’t worry – we have received it!  Duplicate entries will be deleted.

And be sure to check out these other delicious recipes made with the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven:

Perfect Prime Rib

Perfect Prime Rib - A Family Feast

Yorkshire Pudding

Yorkshire Pudding - A Family Feast

Dinner Rolls

Dinner Rolls - A Family Feast

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  • Lita Watson wrote:

    Looks so great! I think I should buy one! Do you think that it needs regular cleaning since its materials aren’t stainless steel?

    • Martha wrote:

      Hi Lita – After owning this oven for more than a year, I’d say it requires a similar amount of cleaning as any other oven. It cleans easily and even with daily use, it is still in great condition. Hope that helps!

  • ConsumerMK wrote:

    Almost a year later to this contest.I was searching for a countertop oven.After a lot of reading,and visiting stores,I chose the Wolf countertop oven.It certainly isn’t due to it’s badging, it has everything to do with the specifications. Especially its ability to go to 500F, I like to cook beef roasts using the high heat ,turn off method.This can fit a 3.4Qt/3.2L cast iron braiser with short side handles.For me,it means more flexibility with my limited cooking skill influenced menu.The convection setting is really good,you will definitely want to reduce the cook time,or heat.Using convection,don’t use a lid since this interferes with the heat circulation.By the way,foil can be used,but only to cover food,not line the cooking apparatus{per Wolf CSR]. It appears the non stick interior is free of PTFE and PFOA. This Wolf looks great on the counter,it will get used 98% of the time more than my full oven. Negative, NO auto timer shut off.Odd as Hamilton Beach,its partner for this oven build offers this feature.

  • Roberto A Alfalla wrote:

    Nice Article! Can you tell me where the oven is made?

  • Martha wrote:

    Lenny – This giveaway is closed and a winner already selected. Sorry!

  • Barbara Curry wrote:

    It would be great to use during the Holidays for making sweet potato casserole.

  • Heather wrote:

    Not going to lie, those rolls are calling my name! I want to make those first!

  • Deb wrote:

    I would have to do a pumpkin cheesecake.

  • Linda Marshall wrote:

    Love the look of this oven……would love to have one for the many recipes we love from a family feast, my favorite site! I think the prime rib (husband’s favorite) would be the first thing I’d prepare.

  • Denise wrote:

    I would try out Christina Tosi’s chocolate chip cake with passion fruit curd in the Wolf Gourmet! It’s now my birthday cake staple.

  • Rose Zimmer wrote:

    I would love to have this in my kitchen My stove is on the fritz. Would cook some sizzling steaks, from recipes I have found.

  • susan wrote:

    Wow, you had my mouth watering with the beef roast. The first thing I would prepare in that gorgeous oven would be an apple pie….but then I would have to go on and prepare that beef roast and yorkshire pudding, then maybe a chicken pot pie, or a lovely baked creamy pasta….endless ideas!

  • Michelle Costidakis wrote:

    Love this oven and would love to have one on our kitchen! The first thing I would make is a salted caramel cheesecake for the holidays. Love your blog and thanks for the opportunity!

  • Linda Hubbert wrote:

    Wow, I believe I would do my scallop potatoes and meat loaf dinner. WOULD LOVE TO WIN!!!

  • Kevin wrote:

    I use my old small crappy one in my office everyday. If I had a nice one like this I’d have to do a prime rib dinner for everyone.

  • Stella wrote:

    Will definitely try your dinner roll recipe even if I don’t win the oven – though it does look amazing and can’t believe you made prime rib with it!

  • lori Hatfield wrote:

    I would make the dinner rolls

  • Carol at Wild Goose Mama wrote:

    One of all time favorite traditional dinners is just exactly what
    you have put together above. In fact I realize it’s been far far
    too long since I have a dinner like that. So definitely would be fixing that in my new appliance!!!!

  • Linda S Gruber wrote:

    It’s fall! I definitely would have to try some pumpkin muffins with cinnamon sugar.

  • Linda Ramirez wrote:

    I would love to win the awesome Wolfe oven! The first thing I would make would be my very first prime rib roast. I have always wanted to make one and what better opportunity than with this beautiful oven. Thank You

  • Judy wrote:

    My son and I don’t like to use the big oven because it makes the kitchen too hot, plus propane costs more than gas for our car!! This Wolf gourmet oven would be fantastic for us!! First use would be roast chicken, hash brown casserole, homemade rolls and something decadent and chocolate!!!

  • Jackie Johansen wrote:

    It would be Prime Rib Roast with Yorkshire Pudding

  • Tim M wrote:

    plain, old, boring toast (yes, with a “t” not “r”).

  • Jeanette F wrote:

    The Wolf Oven would be awesome to have in any kitchen! The first thing I would bake would be chocolate chip cookies for my family.

  • Starla B wrote:

    This oven has so many great features and the possibilities are literally endless on what you can pop in here! I love the idea of using a countertop oven and not having to turn on the big oven which makes the kitchen hot. I would love to make some mini homemade pizzas in this and also some fresh garlic knots!

  • Autumn wrote:

    I would love to try some roasted veggies.. Brussel Sprouts, sweet potatoes, cauliflower and all…

  • steve turley wrote:

    i would try my mother’s brisket recipe.

  • Lee wrote:

    This is a great giveaway. I’d make the prime rib first, as yours looks yummy, followed by chocolate chip cookies, using the convection feature.

  • Stacy D. wrote:

    a pork roast would probably be my first!

  • Jennifer B wrote:

    I always enjoy your blog. Thank you for offering this giveaway. I think I would make a homemade pizza!

  • JAN wrote:

    I would definitely make a standing rib roast. I sure this oven is more precise than my stove oven being smaller and more accurate.
    My toaster oven would never compete with Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven.
    Would love to have it.
    Jan

  • Melodie Spears wrote:

    I will cook a turkey in there and roasted a chicken. I enjoy cooking and I enjoy learning new things when it comes to cooking.

  • Anne wrote:

    I’d love to break it in by baking a sweet potato pie. The oven looks amazing!

  • Jbug wrote:

    Rolls

  • Samantha wrote:

    I would make a Roast Leg of Lamb for Sunday Dinner in it.

  • Kathie Masten wrote:

    The first recipe that I would love to make in the Wolf Countertop Oven would be Port Wine Sauce Beef Tenderloin and Johns Potatoes.

  • Kathi Fowler wrote:

    I’m baking a lasagna as I type, so that might be the first thing I tried, or maybe some sort of muffins or scones. It would truly be wonderful to have a second oven on special occasions like Thanksgiving and Christmas when there’s lots of food being prepared.

  • Sheila wrote:

    I think I would make dinner rolls!

  • Chris Mikolop wrote:

    I would bake my 95 year old mother’s absolutely delicious butter cookies recipe for my ” Cookie Monster” husband.

  • Sophie Vazansky wrote:

    First thing I would use it for is a pie.

  • Mary Ann wrote:

    This oven looks amazing. I would make scones

  • Lisa Flack wrote:

    I would make Lasagna in it.

  • Jackie wrote:

    I would try making thick crust pizza dough for the first time!

  • Lisa B. wrote:

    I want to make your dinner rolls!

  • Jo Pierson wrote:

    The first thing I would bake in my new Wolf Convection Countertop Oven would be my family’s favorite challah rolls. I dream of how they would bake up light, fluffy, and golden brown in my new oven!

  • Beverly murphy wrote:

    Beautiful oven! I would make my mother-in-law’s famously, delicious cornbread dressing. It would free-up my oven on Thanksgiving. Thanks!

  • Rhonda Becker wrote:

    This over looks awesome and I would have to bake some Lasagna in it for sure.

  • Connie Paradis wrote:

    We would definitely make my husband’s slow cooked oven ribs.

  • Adriana Gonzalez wrote:

    I would make your Prime Rib recipe first for sure. It looks delicious.

  • Nancy Allard wrote:

    Roasted vegetables so I could use it the day the oven arrived, but I’d love to do the prime rib roast for a family celebration.

  • Donna B wrote:

    The first thing I would make is my grandmothers baked mac and cheese

  • Susan Christy wrote:

    I’d roast a chicken in this great oven!

  • Teresa Linville wrote:

    With fall upon us, I would love to make a nice comfort food dinner, such as pot roast, to break in that beautiful countertop oven! Looking forward to the recipe for the Dinner Rolls, those would pair well with the pot roast! Thank you for offering this giveaway!

  • Ron Jake wrote:

    Wild pheasant w sage stuffing is perfect for that handsome oven

  • debbie wrote:

    How great it would be to have this in my kitchen!
    I’d make a lovely quinoa mexican casserole in it first thing.

  • Jeffrey T wrote:

    This looks amazing! My first dinner would be one of my favorites, Pot roast!

  • Anna DiGoregorio wrote:

    I will make a roasted turkey breast. Xmas a prime rib oh yum

  • Tracie Cooper wrote:

    I would love to make a prime rib! I have many delicious memories of my dad’s holiday prime ribs and would love to make my own this holiday season!

  • Lilly camp (mysweetiepiepie0 wrote:

    The first thing I’d make would be a nice roast beef.

  • Holly wrote:

    I’d try my hand at one of those adorable mini roasting chickens I keep coveting at Whole Foods 🙂

  • Mel wrote:

    This is a great product! I can smell the cookies already.

  • Erin Ellis wrote:

    Good Heavens! Look at that! a Wolf on a countertop! Wolf is my DREAM appliance maker. Oh my goodness. I would first make a gorgeous prime rib if I won in honor of YOU (and me for winning!). Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

  • JoAnn Cox wrote:

    I would start with something simple, like toast. I have never use one before and then I would go on to do bigger stuff, like Ham, or Turkey. Look forward to trying out this wonderful oven.

  • Barbara Oliver wrote:

    WHEN I win this wonderful sounding product, I would probably cook Chicken Parmesan. I hate to turn on my oven for a piece of chicken or fish to bake for myself. This really sounds like the answer! Please pick me, pick me! I’m guessing this oven would save on electricity as well. I’m a senior on a limited income.
    Thanks!

  • Ann Marie T wrote:

    Quiche would be the first dish. I need this since I have a less than perfect oven right now.

  • Kathy wrote:

    This Wolf oven looks perfect for my counter. I would be making my stuffed pork chops.

  • Sharon wrote:

    Those dinner rolls look like they would be the first thing I would bake if I won the Wolf Gourmet countertop oven. It looks like a fabulous addition to any kitchen.

  • Gayle wrote:

    The prime rib roast looks delicious and I think this would be amazing to cook in this oven. Oh my , My kids would be so happy !

  • Marcia wrote:

    I would LOVE to have this oven. I would roast a rack of lamb, to remind us of our wonderful daughter, who lives in Sydney, Australia!

  • Annette Hixon wrote:

    Being the time of year it is I would probably make an apple pie.

  • Ruth Gochenour wrote:

    This would be perfect for holiday baking. Especially for Fruit Cakes. I know they get a bad rap, but mine are more fruit and pecans than cake.

  • Kathy Rocchio wrote:

    With the cooler weather roast beef with veggies!

  • Heather Lampman wrote:

    I would make Jack’s fantastic-sounding Yorkshire Pudding in my new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven. A countertop oven of that quality would cook my dish as evenly as my full size oven! It would be a savior in the summer months when I’m loath to turn on the oven and heat up the house!

  • Jill wrote:

    There are so many things I want to make in that, but if I have to choose, I would make Halloween sugar cookies!

  • Trisha Almond wrote:

    If I acquired a Wolf gourmet countertop oven, the first recipe I would attempt in it would be “A Family Feast’s” stuffed zucchini (a family favorite this summer!). However, as zucchini is pretty much out-of-season, then I challenge myself with the tasty prime rib recipe.

    Prime rib is a annual favorite for Christmas or New Year’s, so I look forward to trying your recipe this year. Thank you!

  • Marlene Goldberg wrote:

    Yes, that is certainly a smart looking oven…I have a weakness for those trademark red knobs. Call me a copycat, but the roast looks so tempting, I would have to say that I would want to roast a roast first, and, second, I would want to eat that roast.

  • Joann Reinhardt wrote:

    Definitely something chocolate – yes, I would absolutely try brownies-I can taste them now !

  • Joanne Medsker wrote:

    Would love to own this oven. I live in Tucson and summers are just too hot to start up my big oven. Family Feast is a wonderful food blog.

  • Marcia S. wrote:

    I would bake beautiful breads of every kind! This oven is a thing of beauty!

  • Mary wrote:

    What an awesome giveaway! First dish would probably be Pumpkin Cheesecake. Thanks for sharing.

  • TAMARA wrote:

    I WOULD MAKE THE PRIME RIB ROAST AND YORKSHIRE PUDDING. PRIME RIB IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE’S. I HAVE NEVER HAD YORKSHIRE PUDDING IT SOUNDS DIVINE. THEN WHILE I AM ENJOYING THE MEAL I WILL HAVE STRAWBERRY COBBLER BAKING FOR A PERFECT ENDING TO MY MEAL.

  • Cheryl wrote:

    Souffle

  • pat pasquarosa wrote:

    perfect for me, as being recently widowed and love to cook and hate turning on the oven just for me and cold weather on its’ way (ugh). The first thing I would do is POPOVERS, many different meals I could do for me AM-PM

  • Elise in San Francisco wrote:

    What a beautiful kitchen appliance. Wolf has such a high reputation for quality products.
    My family is currently on a Stromboli kick. The ability to both proof the dough and bake using the convection mode is going to make our Stromboli the best yet.

    Thanks for the generous give-away!

  • kathy wrote:

    Scalloped potatoes and ham.

  • Denise Menigoz wrote:

    I definitely would try my hand at a Prime Rib…just never had the opportunity and then any type of pie and lasagna (my Nona’s) family recipe.

  • Martha Gallant wrote:

    I would love to try my recipe for Country French Bread in this oven.

  • david gurewich wrote:

    Sure would like to taste the Prime Rib from this new appliance from “Wolf:.

  • Joyce Grubb wrote:

    I love Bacon that is the first item I would try . The second item would be my chocolate chip
    cookies. I think this oven would be wonderful in summer months when I can’t use my own big
    oven.

  • Heather Middleton wrote:

    I would make your incredible carnitas! Love that recipe.

  • Mary Beth Earman wrote:

    The first thing I would make is brisket with mushroom sauce. Then, make my mom’s verso of Goulash with the leftovers. Tasty!?

  • Barbara Wachter wrote:

    This countertop oven does so many tasks from one unit I would consider purchasing one. This oven would take the place of several appliances and make your kitchen look less cluttered. I think I would like to roast a prime rib roast.

  • Michele Moore wrote:

    The first dish that I would make in the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven would be baked macaroni and cheese. I think that the top would brown evenly and make the appearance of the dish spectacular. Baked macaroni and cheese is a comfort food that many enjoy and that is why it would be first my choice to cook.

  • Dolores Kiel wrote:

    I believe I will make some bread- I’m very interested in making bread using the convection oven.

  • Amy Brennan wrote:

    We’ve wanted an oven like this for our lake place because we have company a lot and could really use it!! I would bake your yummy Apple chunkies and a chicken cornbread casserole, for sure!!!!!!!

  • Jan R wrote:

    I am craving some brownies…PLEASE!

  • Maureen wrote:

    seafood casserole…..yum!

  • Victoria wrote:

    I’ve long known of the Wolf name and have dreamed of having their ovens and cook tops in my kitchen. Given the season, I think the first thing I would do with my new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven is to bake a pumpkin pie! I love baking and I imagine that the oven would do a remarkable job…

  • Cece wrote:

    I think that I would have to try your Prime Rib! It looks fabulous and the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven sounds great!!

  • Kathryn wrote:

    What a great giveaway! I would have to try your prime rib recipe it makes my mouth water just thinking about it!

  • Cathy Darnell wrote:

    I would love to try your perfect prime rib recipe in this oven.

  • Sharon H. wrote:

    This would be perfect for the holidays when we battle for oven time! The first thing I would make would be my grandmother’s banana bread (a suitable christening for that gorgeous oven!).

  • Laurie Stixrood wrote:

    The first dish I would prepare in the Wolf? That’s a no-brainer: the Chicken Broccoli Pasta Bake! I made it last week for the first time, and my husband commented over and over, “This is really good!”. We both devoured it! 🙂

  • Cynthia Merkin wrote:

    I would certainly make the prime rib, followed by the Yorkshire pudding, of course!

  • Andrea DeDominces wrote:

    I can’t believe it can roast a Prime Rib! That would be the first thing I would try! Your recipe looks delicious!

  • Pamela Cortese wrote:

    I would make my mom’s Eggplant Parmesan. It would be great to bake it in this!!

  • Laura wrote:

    If I won the oven it would be bread baking time!!!

  • Marilyn Stephen wrote:

    baked ziti

  • Maureen Lister wrote:

    most definitely the PRIME RIB!

  • ELAINE H. wrote:

    I WOULD COOK A LEG OF LAMB IN THAT OVEN.

  • Lorraine wrote:

    The prime rib – yum!

  • Kathy Crawford wrote:

    I would make a roast turkey!! What a wonderful compact oven!

  • Jody Herm wrote:

    This oven looks fabulous! The prime rib is what I would have to try first!

  • Donna Ushkow wrote:

    I am so fortunate to have a Wolf Cooktop! I would absolutely love to have the Wolf Countertop a Convection Oven. The first meal I would cook is Beef Wellington. Yum

  • Sandra Knapp wrote:

    The first recipe(s) I would try are the prime rib and/or Yorkshire pudding.

  • Charles wrote:

    A stuffed porkette roast

  • Luann Lynch wrote:

    I would definitely make my family and friends “famous” chocolate chip cookies:) The oven looks amazing!

  • Kim Kessler wrote:

    A professional brand countertop oven. It’s a bout time! I would make my hubbys favorite! Stuffed cabbage.

  • Sue wrote:

    I would make company casserole. it is so good. every time I make it my family loves it.

  • tonya jones wrote:

    I would love to try the prime rib. My mouth is already watering!

  • Nutmeg Nanny wrote:

    This tabletop oven is so awesome looking! This takes a basic toaster oven and BLOWS it away. I would probably make myself a little mini pizza in here first. It would be perfect for lunches 🙂

  • Amy L wrote:

    I’d bake a batch of my favorite cinnamon rolls.Yum!

  • Joan Roberts wrote:

    Prime rib….would be my first meal in that great looking oven!!!!

  • LINDA wrote:

    A LOVELY APPLE BLUEBERRY PIE

  • Kent wrote:

    Biscuits! Definitely have to make biscuits, my oven is horrible for baking. =/

  • Colleen (Souffle Bombay) wrote:

    You were not kidding when you said Perfect Prime Rib! Gorgeous!! and I mean they are BOTH gorgeous!! The beef & the Wolf oven! Wow! I’d make my Cheddar & Jalapeno Biscuit Topped Chicken Pot Pie! Thanks for the chance!

  • Shawna Zimmerman wrote:

    Homemade pizza!

  • Laura C. wrote:

    Wow, I would sure like to give that prime rib a try, but my first make to try out in that beautiful oven would be my All Heart Apple Cranberry Pie. It’s made in a heart shaped ceramic dish that I made years ago in ceramics class. The apple pie recipe has been passed down from my great grandmother and I added in the cranberries because I love them so.

  • Kelly D wrote:

    I would make a spinach pie.

  • Sheila wrote:

    Looking forward to making a mochi custard cake.

  • Christie wrote:

    I’d bake a small batch of cookies for the hubs. He loves chocolate chip!

  • Patrice McCloskey wrote:

    the prime rib of course

  • Carol Mock wrote:

    I will try the Perfect Prime Rib with Yorkshire Pudding recipes, yum!

  • Randy Burge wrote:

    As the weather cools in Upstate NY, I think I’d make something warm and hearty, like a spinach and artichoke lasagna with a gorgonzola-laced sauce.

  • Bonnie Brock wrote:

    I would roast a Chicken. I am disabled after having 9 back surgeries, it is so hard to lean over to get things out of the oven that I don’t even use it. Baking would be so much easier with a counter top oven. I love your site and recipes, can’t wait to try the Prime Rib recipe it looks so good.
    Thank-you

  • Sherri Harris wrote:

    I would absolutely make a prime rib first. Then homemade rolls. Then a decadent dessert to follow.

  • Denver Zimmerman wrote:

    I would try the prime rib recipe you showed on your website (looks fantastic). This is a great looking oven and I bet it cooks even better than it looks.

  • Barbara wrote:

    Love to bake a home made apple pie and then on to my mom’s lasagna.

  • Connie wrote:

    It would be great to have an extra oven in the kitchen. I would make your Mexican shredded beef first. My family loves it!

  • Linda L Lemley wrote:

    The first thing I would make would be my Great Grandmother’s Apple Puddin’. She was an extraordinary baker and her oven was just about that size back in the day when ovens were true to temperature and had that quality of being small but filling the house with the smell of fresh baked treats that greeted you when you ran through the door after school. I am not a fan of large ovens, never have been. This looks like a beauty.

  • Mary Moyer wrote:

    I would love to try baking an apple pie.

  • Sherry wrote:

    With an abundance of apples this time of year, I would bake an apple pie.

  • Jackie wrote:

    Hi

    The first thing I would make in this oven is cornbread stuffing.

  • Judy wrote:

    This countertop oven would be a great addition to our kitchen!! It’s just two of us and we hate having to heat up the kitchen using the big oven, especially in the summer. Our first dish would probably be Mexican lasagne or maybe a roast chicken.

  • Ruth Locke wrote:

    That looks like a really nice oven. Would love to have it in my kitchen.

  • MaryB wrote:

    I would make Beef Wellington first! What a great oven.

  • rosa parks wrote:

    I would make a rime rib for thanksgiving

  • Karen M wrote:

    I would make your prime rib, it looks delicious!

  • Linda Crahan wrote:

    I would try your Apple crisp recipe.

  • Alanna Conlee wrote:

    I would make the dinner rolls. I love warm bread!

  • rose vilichka wrote:

    I WOULD MAKE THE PERFECT PRIME RIB FROM JACK

  • Ilene wrote:

    I’d make some lasagna

  • Lauren wrote:

    I would love to try baked French toast, beautiful oven!

  • Charlie wrote:

    I would love to bake my chocolate chip banana bread in this counter top oven.

  • Teresa Hamilton wrote:

    I would make braised boneless short ribs in a red wine and garlic tomato sauce. PS: I have the perfect spot for this beautiful oven!

  • Mona Lisa wrote:

    Being single, would love this as I hate heating up the huge oven for things. The prime rib looks delicious and would love to make that as prime rib is one of my favorites. The rolls and everything look wonderfully yummy prepared in there!!

  • Karla Howell wrote:

    I would bake cookies in it. I have been wanting a counter top oven for a very long time.

  • Christy Spurlock wrote:

    It would definitely make cinnamon sugar toast!

  • DOLORES ALLIES wrote:

    I would make my “Cheesey Potatoes” recipe. Combination of Yukon, Idaho’s and Lipton onion soup packet, miracle whip, chopped bacon, whole loaf of Velveeta . Not diet but DELISH!

  • Jen wrote:

    I would love to try out those dinner rolls!

  • Andrea D. wrote:

    I would love to make some rolls with dinner with the oven. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  • Jane Grabenstein wrote:

    I’m not sure – maybe chicken spaghetti or a shrimp casserole – something baked & bubbly!

  • The Food Hunter wrote:

    Such a nice piece to leave on the counter
    Most likely a stuffed chicken breast.

  • Rita Kiter wrote:

    I would enjoy making stuffed cabbage rolls, stuffed peppers, apple and pumpkin pies!!! And, oh my, roasted turkey and ham for the holidays !!! Thank you for sharing this wonderful gift give-away opportunity !!!

  • Tracey Morris wrote:

    Both Prime Rib and Yorkshire pudding
    Cannot have one without the other!

  • Gerry Holdsworth wrote:

    What an amazing offer! My first dish would be a flourless chocolate torte.

  • Cindi wrote:

    The first thing I would bake is your lasagna recipe. Yum!!

    Cindi

  • Brenda Biggs wrote:

    I would make Shepherd’s Pie.

  • MARK SCHILE wrote:

    I think I would make your prime rib recipe. I love prime rib and have recipes of my own but I always want to try a new one. My wife often says, Just make it like you did last time.” My reply, “That’s no fun.”

  • Michele wrote:

    I would make that Beautiful Rib Roast that you have shown, it looks Wonderful! 😉

  • Nina Czemerynski wrote:

    This oven is just what I need. The first thing I would make is stuffed cabbage rolls.

  • Shannon Deaton wrote:

    I would like to make a recipe I came across for Salmon with Brown Sugar Glaze and try out this broiled dish. Yummy!

  • Teri Giese wrote:

    Oh Boy, that oven is a beautiful thing! Am embarrassed to admit, but have never prepared a prime rib roast! Have hundreds of cookbooks, follow hundreds of foodie blogs, cooking for forty years.Never a prime rib roast.Win that lovely toy? I WILL make your prime rib roast!

  • Mary Aydt wrote:

    Dinner Rolls my grandkids favorite! And baked chicken!

  • Lori Watson wrote:

    Chicken Roast!

  • Lisa B. wrote:

    I would make homemade yeast rolls!

  • Patty Collins wrote:

    ❤️?

  • Linda_C wrote:

    Baked potatoes. I hate to fire up my regular oven for 2 potatoes, especially in the summer.

  • Heather P wrote:

    If I won the Wolf countertop oven, I would celebrate by making your Perfect Prime Rib!

  • Michelle wrote:

    What an incredible oven! I would make chicken and roasted potatoes!

  • Susan wrote:

    The first thing I will make in my new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven will be a Caramel Apple Cheesecake!

  • Julie Rethman wrote:

    The Perfect Prime Rib looks wonderful!

  • Tricia wrote:

    My husband’s favorite….prime rib roast.

  • Mary-Margaret Miller wrote:

    I would make bread, bread, and more bread in that beautiful oven!

  • Terri Felgate wrote:

    I would be so excited I am not sure what I would first cook. I love the look of your prime rib roast but pork roast is my favorite so maybe one of those. But I rarely heat up my oven to make baked potatoes so I probably would do baked potatoes. Not so fancy but so good nonetheless. Roasted vegetables. Oh, gosh, endless possibilities. Or maybe broiled chicken……. dreaming I might win.

  • Travis Steed wrote:

    It would have to be my bacon wrapped jalapeno stuffed meatloaf with a balsamic shallot bourbon and brown sugar glaze!

  • Beatrice Kalle wrote:

    I would bake cookies for Xmas.

  • Lana | Never Enough Thyme wrote:

    Oh, I’d definitely make your delicious prime rib recipe first!

  • Maria wrote:

    The oven looks gorgeous!!!
    I would definitely be using this for Thanksgiving!! With so much to bake for my family, this would make it so much easier!!! I would either bake my sweet potato casserole or I would bake my mom’s recipe of Chourico Stuffing… both are loved family recipes..xox

  • marly z. wrote:

    I’d broil chicken with lemon and butter. My present oven broiler doesn’t give great results. The Wolf looks amazing.

  • Maribeth Waddell wrote:

    I would love to make that prime rib, looks awesome!

  • Gary Cockerham wrote:

    I’d have my wife make me some pecan bars. Yum!

  • Nola Cockerham wrote:

    Oh this looks so fun. I’d make my Creamy Chicken Enchiladas.

  • Glenda wrote:

    A roast of some sort would be my first food of choice to cook in this fine oven. The prime rib recipe might be the winner as I have never cooked one. It looks so appetizing.

  • Marcy Long wrote:

    That Prime Rib looks heavenly and I know by BF would LOVE it so that would be my first choice!!

  • Joan Stader wrote:

    Broiled Halibut. The oven would b a perfect complement to my Wolf Steam Oven which does everything but broil!

  • MT wrote:

    An apple crisp in a 9×13!

  • lisa wrote:

    That looks pretty sweet! That prime rib roast is for sure calling, but a down homestyle meatloaf would be perfect for our family of three.

  • Marsha A. wrote:

    What a great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. I would make shepherds pie.

  • Mia wrote:

    Ooh…

    What wouldn’t I do?

    Brisket!

  • JERRY SPENCER wrote:

    I LIVE ON A BOAT WHERE SPACE AND FUNCTIONALITY ARE A PREMIUM. I HAVE GONE THROUGH 3 TOASTER OVENS AND NONE HAVE PROVIDED WHAT I NEED. THIS OVEN LOOKS JUST RIGHT.

  • Colleen R. wrote:

    This oven looks and sounds amazing… 😀 …Oh how I would love to have one in my kitchen to make a batch of homemade bacon wrapped jalapeño poppers in it for a start!

  • Anne Duduch wrote:

    While the Prime Rib looks amazing, I would make open face broiled cheese sandwiches for my 3 teenagers!

  • Susan Broughton wrote:

    That tasty looking Prime rib or Yorkshire pudding would be top of my list!

  • lou ann heintz wrote:

    no knead bread

  • KIM TURNER wrote:

    what an amazing concept!! My first “dish” would be “heart attacks on a stick” aka little smokies wrapped in bacon and sprinkled with brown sugar and closed with a toothpick…..yum!!!!

  • Luis Avina wrote:

    Pizza! 😀

  • Theda Williams wrote:

    This oven looks awesome. I would like to make a pork tenderloin for my family for Thansgiving.

  • Katie landrim wrote:

    I would roast a chicken!

  • MaryEllen wrote:

    What a fabulous give-away!! I’d love to try the dinner rolls, then I’d start on holiday baking!!

  • Sandy Rees wrote:

    I would most likely make toast first because I would be so anxious to try it out. Next I’d bake a batch of cookies. It would be perfect for the smaller batches I enjoy making.

  • Eileen wrote:

    I’ve just learned of a gorgeous dessert, apple pithier, and I’m excited to try it as a new take on our traditional pies this holiday. I just know my family gathering of 30+ will love it! :))
    Thanks for this chance to win!

  • Susan Bradley wrote:

    I would have to try a brisket, since you did a prime rib I would like to see how well it can cook a brisket.

  • NIcki Howerton wrote:

    I would love to use it to back cookies, and it would be perfect for the Thanksgiving meal to bake the dinner rolls.

  • Christine Camden wrote:

    Bake homemade white bread or rolls for thanksgiving and christmas

  • Sally M. wrote:

    I would make shrimp/eggplant casserole for a celebration dinner!

  • Lisa wrote:

    This is perfect for cooking for one! I would make pizza, roast chicken, brownies…. the possibilities are endless!

  • Amanda O wrote:

    I would love to make that prime rib in this oven!

  • NATELIE wrote:

    I would try to make a roast .

  • Jeannine wrote:

    This wolf oven looks remarkable. I am a disabled senior in a temporary living situation with only a microwave and tiny refrigerator. An oven is what I miss most. I have a recipe for an omelette that is half omelette and half souffle. That would be the first homemade meal. Thanks,

    Jeannine

  • Aileen Villanueva wrote:

    I’ve been patiently waiting to invest in a great countertop oven to replace my current one of 13 years (a wedding gift). The first dish I would make is broiled ribeye steak! ?

  • Shirley wrote:

    I would make a beautiful Japanese Matcha Roll Cake filled with whipped cream & adzuki red bean paste filling???

  • Shaila R wrote:

    Oh definitely the Yorkshire pud! It looks yummy.

  • Lu Turski wrote:

    Hello,
    I think I would try to make the prime rib roast. It looks so delicious!

  • Paola wrote:

    I’d have to bake some sourdough bread!!

  • Lisa Evanoff wrote:

    Lasagna for sure!

  • margaret grier wrote:

    The wonderful looking prime rib roast.

  • Maripat wrote:

    Swooon … a WOLF anything is an AWESOME give-away! I’d make dinner rolls.
    Question – how does the oven interior clean up, especially after your delicious Prime Rib? Thanks. 🙂

    • Martha wrote:

      Hi Maripat – We just wiped it down – very easy cleanup!

  • Janae wrote:

    I would hands down make the proofed and ready rolls!!! How perfect to smell that smell and watch them bake!!

  • Paola wrote:

    I’d bake a sourdough bread!!

  • Stephanie wrote:

    Gorgeous oven & just in time for the holiday baking season! First thing I would bake is a homemade chicken pot pie for my Mom’s birthday. While at it, I might as well bake her Carrot Cake birthday cake too!

  • Marcia wrote:

    Chicken Enchiladas

  • Janey Cook wrote:

    I would cook my famous sweet rolls that look and taste like heavenly clouds.

  • Cindy Hein wrote:

    I would definitely make the Yorkshire Pudding first. My recipe is good but yours looks wonderful!

  • Barb Weir wrote:

    Baked spaghetti casserole, or maybe baked macaroni and cheese, or baked potatoes, or broiled fish fillets, just so many things I use my little oven for almost everyday for just the two of us nowadays. I am shopping for a new counter top oven right now as mine is limping along after years of use.

  • Nancy J wrote:

    I would be so excited to win this oven that I don’t even know what I would try first. But, since it is just my husband and myself now I’m sure it would be my go to oven for everything. I’ve always wanted a Wolf Stove, but know I couldn’t afford one. This would be the next best thing.

  • Sandy wrote:

    It would have to be a roast!

  • Roberta Breuer wrote:

    Would love to win this. I would probably try a dessert or something similar to one.

  • Lana wrote:

    I would love to try that Perfect Prime Rib. That looks wonderful!

  • Elizabeth Velloney wrote:

    I would make roast chicken and baked potatoes.

  • Madelyn Elliott-Smith wrote:

    I would like to try rolls, & roast. It would be perfect for me.

  • Linda Rae wrote:

    I would make a Roast Beef – perfect for Fall weather. I love Wolf products!

  • Karla – A Season On The Mountain wrote:

    How could I NOT make that gorgeous prime rib first?! My word, wouldn’t this come in handy this Thanksgiving!

  • Jan wrote:

    I’d bake an apple pie.

  • Karol Campbell wrote:

    To have an oven of my own would be a dream come true. My roommate needs the oven for storage which makes it difficult to use. I would love to bake a carrot cake and Swedish meatballs, for my sons..

  • Thelma Rose wrote:

    I would make a small turkey breast in this with rolls and stuffing

  • Mary Wantz wrote:

    It would have to be either a pumpkin cheesecake or sweet potato pie. With the holidays beginning there would be no end to the array of dishes this beauty would see.

  • Shelly wrote:

    I would give this to my 80 year old mom who has a difficult time getting things out of an oven. The first thing she and I would bake is a beef roast with potatoes and carrots.

  • VINCENT VALENTINE wrote:

    I would make a beautiful and juicy rib eye with baked potatoes link the gorgeous wolf oven.

  • Natasha Williams wrote:

    I would make a ham and probably roast beef !!!

  • Patsy Nicholson wrote:

    Prime Rib

  • Vikki wrote:

    I would definitely do a roast in it and being a busy family it would be awesome to cook a little faster?❤

  • Wilda wrote:

    I’d bake a chicken!

  • Linda Skinner wrote:

    I would try bacon…What a treat to own a this oven…

  • Jean Bishop wrote:

    I would absolutely LOVE to try your prime rib for Christmas dinner in that beautiful Wolf Oven!!!!! I love the idea of the broiler filling the entire span of the oven…an ingenious, well-thought design idea. I use the broiler A LOT and the one in the Wolf is a fantastic selling point!

  • Allison Aring wrote:

    We have another model toaster/convection oven and we use it everyday. This oven would be used for almost every meal in our house. The first thing we would make would be cheeseburgers. Yes I said cheeseburgers in the oven. They are amazing and so moist!

  • Daniella wrote:

    I would definitely make cookies :0)

  • Dorothy Gordon wrote:

    I need go no further – I’ll make your Prime Rib of Beef since it looks absolutely scrumptious!!! My cornbread stuffing and sweet potatoes and fresh green bean casserole might be going in there as well to free up space in my not-so-large oven. I look forward to your emails everyday – your recipes are topnotch!

  • Ellie Wright wrote:

    With Thanksgiving coming up, I would bake a turkey and cornbread dressing.

  • Alison H. wrote:

    I love this countertop oven! I would try a roast in it first followed by a flatbread pizza!

  • Monique wrote:

    ? I would make my grilled chicken pesto pizza with roasted red peppers and red onions

  • Kathy B wrote:

    Pizza!

  • La-Tonya M wrote:

    I would love to be an owner of this item!! The food in the pictures are talking to me YUMMY!!!!!

  • Sharon wrote:

    The first thing I would make is an Emeril cheesecake. Love the oven!

  • Jane wrote:

    Fabulous! Just what I need!

  • Michele wrote:

    I would christen it by making Chicken Pot Pie

  • Jane Langille wrote:

    What a great oven. I would, most likely, do a lamb roast and the dinner rolls to go with it. I often have guests for dinner and this would make life so much easier.

  • Kathy Woriax wrote:

    Homemade biscuits.

  • Angela wrote:

    Need this for my new Kitchen!!

  • Sandy Barry wrote:

    Love the idea of a counter top oven that can do so much! I roast vegetables almost every Sunday to have for lunch the following week. I love the idea of not having to compete with our one small oven for time and space!
    Thanks for the opportunity
    Sandy

  • Alan wrote:

    I’m goin’ to Sur La Table today to check the oven out. First thing I’d prpare would be a Tamale Pie. Yummm.

  • Mary Gonzales wrote:

    What a beautiful oven. The first thing I would cook in it is turkey. My family loves turkey and would have it not only on Thanksgiving, but all year round.

  • AILEEN BROWN wrote:

    I would absolutely love to make my Cuban pork stew in this oven!

  • Mary Darnieder wrote:

    There’s so many recipes that come to my mind, but the one that stands out would be my homemade chicken pot pie.

  • Kathleen wrote:

    I would like to try the Prime Rib shown with the oven

  • Karen J wrote:

    I have wanted one of these for some time now and would love the opportunity to try this oven. Prime Rib Dinner for sure!!

  • Kim wrote:

    I’d have a hard time deciding between first trying your perfect prime rib or a pork roast if I had this beautiful oven!!!

  • Elizabeth Vossen wrote:

    I am excited about this product!! I would make my daughters favorite meal, creamy baked chicken in the wolf countertop oven. 🙂

  • Cynthia Wales wrote:

    The Yorkshire Pudding. ..looks very interesting

  • Linda R wrote:

    Not sure, but it will be dessert using apples and cinnamon—maybe pie, cake or strudel.

  • Kristin G wrote:

    I will probably make homemade cinnamon rolls in this! I’ve always wanted a countertop oven.

  • Carla Leach wrote:

    Spinach and artichoke dip!

  • Derek Kellett wrote:

    I would love to make chocolate chip cookies with this!

  • DawnA wrote:

    Roast chicken and cornbread.

  • Brian wrote:

    Love to try a pizza

  • Elizabeth wrote:

    I’d make our favorite oatmeal muffin recipe!! Those rolls look divine. We have dinner with extended family on a regular basis and rolls are one of the things I often make to bring because we are all carb lovers over here haha so I look forward to the upcoming recipe! Thank you!

  • Betsy wrote:

    I would make some crusty french bread

  • Andrea C wrote:

    Wow, that oven looks awesome. With Thanksgiving coming, along with 25 guests, boy would that make entertaining a lot easier!!! Give me some loven for this oven!!

  • Annp wrote:

    Apple Crumble Bars. A counter oven sounds perfect for a dessert.

  • Stephanie Phelps wrote:

    Oh my gosh I would have to do a ham because of the time of the year but I am for sure going to do and prime rib roast as well! Yours looks amazing!

  • Tiffany Wenngatz wrote:

    I’d love break it in by giving your Yorkshire Pudding recipe a try!!

  • Emilie Ritchie wrote:

    It would definitely be pie.

  • NANCY wrote:

    The oven looks beautiful.The first thing I would bake is lasagne .

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