(Giveaway) Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven $499

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You guys! I am so, so excited about this post. I have been keeping this special item under wraps for some time now, even though I have been enjoying the heck out of it in my home for some time now.

As many of you know, in my own personal kitchen are Subzero-Wolf appliances. I have written extensively about my oven, my refrigerator, my wine fridge and my steamer. I love them all and could not be happier with the brand. I have truly never been disappointed by them in any way. I have even traveled to Subzero-Wolf Headquarters in Wisconsin and have seen firsthand how their products are made and the care that goes into them. It's truly impressive. But what else do you expect from a family-owned company?

So when the opportunity came up to try out their new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven, I almost jumped through my computer screen to say yes! You see, I have always been a toaster oven girl. I don't even know how people live without one. I'm being serious! There is nothing better than a small oven that sits on the counter and can do all kinds of grown up things your big oven can do too...just on a smaller scale.

However, this is way more than a "toaster oven", this countertop oven is one of the best small appliances I have ever had in my home. Not only is it gorgeously made, it's a performance hog. It browns and roasts meat beautifully, makes perfectly crunchy cookies, bakes bread, proofs dough and yes, it even toasts bread.

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven x
My old toaster oven has now left the building because this piece of equipment is now my go to small oven. And it matches everything in my kitchen, which makes me extremely happy.
 

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven xxxx
I made these gorgeous muffins recently (I will share the recipe this week) inside my new oven because you can easily fit a standard sized muffin pan as well as a large roast or almost anything right inside. It's roomy in there. How perfect will this be for the holidays?

 

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You are going to be astonished at all its bells and whistles and the things it can do. Here's a small list of the highlights:
 

  • Advanced convection function
  • Integrated temperature probe
  • Precision temperature control
  • 6 Cooking modes (Proof, Warm, Roast, Bake, Broil Toast)
  • 5 Heating elements
  • Easy-glide rack
  • Removable crumb tray
  • Nonstick interior
  • Includes baking pan with broiling rack (and the broiler covers the whole top of the oven..yay!)
  • Fits most 9” x 13” stoneware dishes
  • 5 year limited warranty
     

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven xxx
I promise you I cannot even stop staring at it in my kitchen, it's that beautiful and well-made too.

Because I personally own and cook on Wolf products daily, I can guarantee this small oven matches the superior performance of other Wolf products I have come to know and love. It's truly a pleasure to cook with and even my teenagers can use it with ease. It's pretty awesome.
 
Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven
This oven can be purchased online here or from the following retailers....

Frontgate . Sur La Table . Bloomingdales


This oven will honestly last a lifetime in your kitchen and I happy to announce Wolf Gourmet is generously giving one Noble Pig reader the chance to win one for your own home kitchen!

CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED

Please Congratulate our Winner:
Kristina ~ Comment #17

Thank you to everyone for participating.


So, if you've now pictured it in your kitchen, can't live without it and imagined all the wonderful things you will be cooking this holiday season, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post by 12:00 PM Pacific Time (Noon) on November 16 2015, telling me....

"What's the first thing you would make in your new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven?"

*Giveaway Terms & Conditions: One entry per person, open to anyone 18 years of age or older with a valid United States shipping address in the 50 United States or District of Columbia. P.O. Box addresses will not be accepted. Winner will be selected by random.org on November 16, 2015. Winner will be contacted by email so make sure to  use an email address you check often. Winner will have 24 hours to respond and confirm shipping address or a new winner will be selected...no exceptions.

Oven will be shipped directly from Wolf Gourmet to your home.

Please be aware comments are moderated on this site so if you don’t see your comment immediately don't worry about that, it will show up as it was posted when it is approved. All duplicate entries will be deleted..

Oh I hope you win, I really do hope it's you.....

Good luck...

Disclosure: I have partnered with Wolf Gourmet for this giveaway. They have provided me with this oven as well as the oven for the giveaway. As always, all opinions about this product are 100% my own. Please know I only work with brands I truly love and believe offer the highest quality of products in their field. Subzero-Wolf is by far one of those companies.
 

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487 Comments and 1 Reply

  1. Mary Wright 1

    I would make a coffeecake recipe that my friend gave me that is just killer. I can picture myself having morning coffee while I enjoy the aroma of baked goods in this gorgeous counter top oven.

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  2. Bonnie Lamkins 2

    This would be the Perfect Gift for MIL!

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  3. I only have a single oven, but I have a HUGE family – and the only one who still owns a house big enough to host everybody. So this coming holiday season I will be hosting both Thanksgiving and Christmas. I would love to have this little oven so I could cook sweet potato casserole over Thanksgiving, pumpkin pies and then an extra oven for Christmas cookies so I can crank out those neighbor and teacher gifts would be fabulous. So in summary – PICK ME!!

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  4. Susan P. 4

    I would make muffins in the oven. I just got muffin mixes to try out before the holidays.

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  5. Stella Ann 5

    Apple stuffed leg of lamb. Yum.

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  6. Patty Richards 6

    My old toaster oven, emphasize old, was from a yard sale about 15 years ago? It was old then!

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  7. Carole Penner 7

    The first thing I would make in my new Wolf Countertop Oven would be a scrumptious, homemade Chicken Pot Pie.

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  8. D Schmidt 8

    The first thing I would make is a Tiramisu layer cake.

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  9. Bonnie 9

    The first thing I would cook would be a quesadilla or sweet potato fries. For 1. The kind of stuff I love to have but rarely make for just me because I don’t like waiting for my oven to heat up. What an amazing giveaway!!!

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  10. sharon Brown 10

    Brownies!

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  11. TIna W. 11

    Brownies!

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  12. Maureen Forrester 12

    The first thing I would make is a cheese cake.

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  13. van 13

    Everything! But if I have to pick definitely cupcakes!

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  14. Karen Field 14

    The first thing I would make in this amazing oven would be muffins – your recipe looks delicious!

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  15. omg…i would die for this! i also have wolf appliances and love them. i would use this for my thanksgiving pies!

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  16. greta 16

    I would love to roast a turkey breast in this! What an amazing oven this is, thanks!

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  17. oh my GOSH I would love this! I absolutely love my Wolf oven and cooktop… sometimes I am wishing I had a countertop convection oven so I don’t have to fire up the big guy, ha! and I’d love that it would match the current appliances.

    first thing I’d make? a cheesecake! I am way overdue for a cheesecake.

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  18. Autumn Anthony 18

    The first thing I would make in the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven is a dessert, most likely something chocolate, for my fiancé because he is so sweet! My favorite thing to do is cook for people and this would be a great addition to my kitchen!

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  19. Gordon M. Johanson 19

    would fit perfectly in our small kitchen—
    a great unit for retired folks—
    tks for the opportunity
    gordon

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  20. Maggie Blackwell 20

    Oh to have a Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven!! Be still, my heart! I would prepare for my son the biggest broiled bacon cheeseburger. I’d add some hand-dipped onion rings that I have frozen. Come to momma!!

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  21. Catherine l. 21

    I would make a beautiful quiche with bacon and veggies. Yum. ;)

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  22. Jonathan Jackson 22

    Pão de queijo.

    It would melt the cheese perfectly!

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  23. Barbara 23

    Probably a no flour/sugar chocolate cake. It is also gluten free and my granddaughter has Celiac.

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  24. Laura 24

    The first thing I would make in this oven is some flat bread pizza!

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  25. Shari Wick 25

    this wolf countertop stove would be perfect for me and the very first thing I would make, would be some banana nut bread..

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  26. I have been craving pumpkin bread, so I’d make that.

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  27. Vickie Kolios 27

    What would be the first thing I’d make? My mom’s spanakopita with homemade phyllo dough would be it, and we’d serve it to her as a thank you for feeding us so well all these years and for passing on her amazing recipes so future generations can also enjoy them!

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  28. Corinne 28

    Realistically I’d probably make toast first, but a few cookies out of the dough stored in the freezer would be a quick second!

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  29. TONY TRUPIANO 29

    I would roast a very savory (large) chicken with roasted veggies and some homemade yeast rolls, for starters! Delsih!

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  30. Athena R 30

    I would make muffins with my son. We love baking together.

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  31. Judy 31

    A counter top oven would be perfect for this household of seniors. Do not eat as much we used to–but all of us still enjoy well prepared food. We sure could put this little beauty to good use.

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  32. Jill Moore 32

    I would christen the new countertop oven by making my 1st batch of Christmas cookies of the season!

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  33. libby rouse 33

    Oh this is so nice, I would be making a big pan of brownies!

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  34. April Was in CT now CA 34

    Definitely cornbread! I’ve got my fingers and toes crossed, my much loved Breville that is only about a year old has recently started malfunctioning and I’m so disappointed considering how much I paid for it. This one looks amazing!! I could never spend that much on myself so this would truly be a dream come true to win!! I use my toaster oven more than anything else in my kitchen on a daily basis so this would be well loved.

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  35. RJ Haynes 35

    Oh, I’m drooling! I’d use the convection feature to bake a Victorian sponge cake.

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  36. Karen Jeanne 36

    I’d love to try making my chocolate chip banana muffins in that! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  37. HS 37

    I would bake sugar cookies first.

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  38. Tricia 38

    I found your website today while looking for a turkey gravy and apple pie recipe. While looking at your pie recipes I spotted one which I am definitely going to try, Mini Apple Crumble Pies. These would be the first thing I would make in the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven.

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  39. claude 39

    The first thing I would make in the wolf counter oven would be a prime rib roast…..

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  40. Kathy 40

    The first thing I would cook with my new toaster oven would be a batch of snickerdoodle muffins.

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  41. Donna Vaughn 41

    I would make buttermilk cornbread in my Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven!

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  42. heather 42

    The first thing I would make in this new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven is homemade turkey stuffing. I would Freak Out if I won this one thank you so very much for the chance and God Bless.

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  43. Charlene S. 43

    The first thing I would make would be banana pecan muffins.

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  44. Annelies Bates 44

    My husband and I are seniors living in a 5th wheel. I have always used a toaster oven because of living in a small space, some better than others. First thing I would cook is home made buns.

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  45. Marsha Hanzel 45

    I think the first thing I would make would be cupcakes.

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  46. Elena 46

    I would make pizza

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  47. Gladys 47

    I would bake some bread in my new oven. So many homes no longer have the double oven. I have one now, but will move soon. This would solve the problem if I am confronted with a single oven home.

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  48. grace 48

    what?!? what a great giveaway! i’d make pecan pie muffins asap. :)

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  49. Jill Radasch 49

    Apple Spiced Honey Pork Spare Ribs. I can smell and taste them now!

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  50. Mary Beth Elderton 50

    I would make peanut butter oatmeal muffins.

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  51. Yvette 51

    The first item I would make would be Gingerbread cupcakes with orange icing. This is the time of year to make all those delicious baked goods in a Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven. Love it!

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  52. John 52

    A pie!

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  53. belinda 53

    I would love to have this oven. I would be making blueberry muffins first thing. My family loves muffins. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  54. Carole Resnick 54

    I would make a mashed potato casserole

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  55. Yolanda Dempsey 55

    The first thing I would make is a pumpkin apple pie , I saw this hybrid pie today on a cooking show and it looked so good . My oven is on the fritz so I’m nervous about making this pie for Thanksgiving but with the Wolf Gourmet Countertop oven as my cooking vessel I know I can do that dessert justice. Happy Holidays

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  56. CherylRoss 56

    I’d make pumpkin muffins, yum!

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  57. Katie McPherson 57

    With this convenient oven I would start my holiday baking.

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  58. Alisa Stevens 58

    I have always had big toaster ovens, and this one sounds awesome! The first thing I would make would be some spicy sweet potato fries!

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  59. Cheryl 59

    I would love to make some homemade bread in this oven. Nothing compares to that aroma!

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  60. Jan 60

    I would bake a veggie pizza with extra jalapenos.

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  61. Alvin Singer 61

    tin roof brownies

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  62. Lury 62

    Apple tart, fresh Danish and toasted open face sandwiches. Look at it this way you can bake just about anything in this oven as long as it fits. Yum yum!

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  63. George Wall 63

    First thing would be baked raspberry trouffle brownies, one of my Mom’s favorite desserts.

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  64. Patricia Nisbet 64

    I would bake pumpkin bread. ‘Tis the season for pumpkin.

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  65. Sharon A. Hunt 65

    I live in McMinnville and am on the Board of Directors of The Soup Kitchen at St. Barnabas Episcopal Parish. We’ve been feeding the hungry of Yamhill County for 25 years. Our Operations Manager( our sole paid employee) and her cooks could put this to good use.

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  66. jolene m ecker 66

    I would bake my son’s favorite cookies-oatmeal raisin with nuts-for when he comes home from the Air Force!

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  67. Georgette Helton 67

    I would love to have this oven …Thanks so much

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  68. Kim Henrichs 68

    I would love to make a baked french toast!

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  69. Alison 69

    I would bake chocolate chocolate chip cookies!

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  70. Donna W. 70

    I would love to have a Wolf Counter Top Oven! You can never have too many ovens.
    The first thing I would make would be one of the appetizer recipes from your website “Maple-Glazed Apple-Chicken Sausage Bites”. Everyone at our moorage social events just love these tasty little appetizers.

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  71. JoEllen Weston 71

    I would make something with my 13 year old daughter who needs to learn how to cook. Something new that we can do together.

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  72. Barbara Shelton 72

    I was just noticing our counter top oven was getting old and spoke to my daughter about replacing it. However, my husband just passed away, and this purchase will be put off for a while. It would certainly come in handy for the smaller meals we’re making. I don’t know what I would bake first, but I certainly could put it to use right away.

    Blessings,
    Barb Shelton

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  73. Toni 73

    Pies!!

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  74. Sandra Jensen 74

    I would LOVE an extra oven to bake cookies in as I make cookies twice a month to share with my chemo nurses and also the lovely volunteers. One of the most beloved volunteers is a kindhearted man named Nels, who is 87 yrs young and has volunteered for 15+ years at Roger Maris.

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  75. Marietta H. 75

    I have been dying to roast my very first chicken. I found this wonderful recipe on Pinterest anddesire to have a few friends over to showcase my newly rejuvenated culinary skills.

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  76. Robert 76

    The first thing i would make would three cheese quiche.

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  77. Wade Mathis 77

    I work in a kitchen all day, cooking for younger children…I would to be able to come home and see one of these ovens on my countertop. It would make home cooking so much easier! :)

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  78. Alison 78

    I would cook sausages in this so I could roast vegetables at a different temperature in my main oven.

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  79. Lawana whaley 79

    Just my hubby and me so this would be ideal…would do apricot glazed Cornish for two. My dream is to have a complete “WOLF” kitchen and this would be a great start

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  80. Linda 80

    Wow! Where do you start? Parmesan chicken, pizza, casseroles, etc. Love the fact that you have extra cooking space especially around the holidays.

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  81. Philby 81

    Definitely something sweet, cupcakes or brownies!

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  82. Brianna 82

    The first thing I would cook in this would be some cauliflower crust pizzas!

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  83. Maria Land 83

    I would have to make cinnamon rolls for by beautiful toddler grandchildren.

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  84. Jan Ackerman 84

    I would make Scandinavian Kringler. It isn’t Christmas without it! : )

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  85. Teresa Smith 85

    I would make Cranberry Orange muffins! Mom used to make these and was diagnosed with NPH, a type of dementia, so she is no longer able to cook after cooking for seventy years. They recently called in Hospice and I know Mom would love eating Cranberry Orange muffins again for breakfast.

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  86. Melissa Judson 86

    I would definitely use this gorgeous piece of machinery to bake cupcakes while my wonderful husband uses the old standard to make dinner! It’s long been an issue in my house who gets first dibs on the oven so this would alleviate all of that!

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  87. Christine Pittmam 87

    The first thing I would make would be cookies. Next I would roast potatoes.

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  88. Dawn Owens 88

    I would want to make everything because I’d be happy to have an electric oven again…but the first thing would be chocolate chip cookies.

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  89. Robin C. 89

    The very first thing I’d make in the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven is chocolate soufflé, my regular oven’s temperature goes up and down in temperature, so much so, that I can’t attempt to make the delicateness that is soufflé. The Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven would be a wonderful addition to my kitchen!

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  90. Wendi Morris 90

    I would put a beautiful standing rib roast in the oven for Christmas dinner.
    Thanks.

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  91. Gabriele Rhodes 91

    Home made pumpkin pie….yum.

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  92. Vikkie Smith 92

    I would make baked chicken.. :)

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  93. Molly 93

    I think the first thing I would want to make is pizza!

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  94. Trisha 94

    breakfast casserole so I don’t have to heat up the big oven

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  95. Mary Shivers 95

    would make banana nut muffins!

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  96. Elaine Sweet 96

    I have this wonderful fresh strawberry and cream cheese bread that I would make. This oven looks beautiful!

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  97. Erin C. 97

    I would make bread. I’d love to have a proofing oven. My big oven isn’t so good for that.

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  98. Kathleen 98

    One of my children has invited me to their home for Thanksgiving. Jennifer has asked me to bring my Tri-Corner Mincemeat Tarts. “Oh, mom I have not had them for so long. They were always yummy .” The secret ingredient is instant sweetened ice tea mix. Of course, my son-in-law Doke will have to have his favorite apple Pie with a Crumb Topping. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas with your family.

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  99. Karen Dolfi 99

    Yummy chicken thighs, with fresh tarragon, lemon zest, and lemon juice…simple, but delicious! Thank you for having this fabulous give a way!!

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  100. Gail Cox 100

    Let’s start baking in the morning with a yummy breakfast casserole, cook up some broiled tuna melts for lunch and finally for supper some roasted Italian Sausage, Peppers, and Onions with a wonderful cheesecake for dessert.

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  101. Valerie 101

    I would love to make banana bread first.

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  102. Wendy Shugarman 102

    I love this counter top wolf oven. I would make my famous date nut cake using my grandmother’s recipe. Everyone loves it.
    Thank you!

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  103. Debbie Paulin 103

    I have been hunting for the perfect counter top oven. Then I read your review of tbe Wolf toaster oven. When I was able to design my own kitchen I too had all Wolf appliances. One life ago. Now sadly no more Wolf, no more kitcnen I call mine. So, drooling when I saw the gorgeous pictures oc that toaster oven I couldn’t make it too the comment section fast enough.

    What to make 1st. Oh my. How about a simple apple pie? No, no…hmm how about Horseradish crusted Rib Roast? No, no? Golly,so many choices. Walnut pumpernical bread? I honestly don’t know. But, if I am not chosen, I will save and save until I can by my own. ;-)

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  104. Andy 104

    It has a proofing mode, so the first thing I’d do would be proof and then bake some bread.

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  105. Alicia 105

    I don’t know how people live without a toaster oven. I use mine every day.

    The first thing I’d toast… would probably be toast. Or chicken nuggets.

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  106. Starla 106

    I would first proof, then bake some whole-grain bread. I’ve been needing to knead lately and, as a result, have been perfecting some new varieties of break. Thus far, my favorites have been a loaf to which I added dried cranberries and a more savory version into which i kneaded chopped pimento-stuffed green olives — the red and green flecks would make it nice for the holidays, too.

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  107. Anne B 107

    The first thing I would make is my favorite skillet cornbread! Great giveaway!

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  108. Jason Fleming 108

    First thing I would make is sugar cookies – have a craving!

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  109. Desiree 109

    I would bake a pear gingerbread cake for my coworkers who are always willing to try my experiments!

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  110. Ramona Ham 110

    My oven has just gone Kaputt so the timing of this giveaway couldn’t be better! The first thing I would bake would be my Mom’s recipe for Pecan Cake. <3 A family tradition.

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  111. Albert Oh 111

    hmm macaroni balls.

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  112. Blue 112

    Lovely lovely lovely

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  113. Carmen Chane 113

    I would make a luscious creamy macaroni and cheese dish!

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  114. Debbie 114

    The first thing I would do is proof bread! It’s getting a lot colder nowadays and having controlled temps to proof dough would be fabulous!

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  115. Ryb (Karen) Katz 115

    When my husband and I lived in Colorado, I had the unique privilege of being able to design and have my own custom kitchen installed in our 1850s home (in 1995). Before I chose cabinets, before I chose a refrigerator or a dishwasher or countertops, I knew I wanted a Wolf cooktop. I loved the signature red knobs and the high BTUs on the burners. I wanted the infrared charbroiler, too! I was lucky enough to get exactly what I wanted: a 48″, 6-burner Wolf cooktop with an amazing charbroiler. Hands down, my husband and I agreed it was the best purchase we made. We’ve moved 4 times since then and have never had another appliance that even approximated the quality and performance of our Wolf. We don’t have the option to re-do our current kitchen, but as soon as I saw this Wolf countertop beauty, my heart started to quicken! My mind ran wild with ideas for what I’d prepare in it! With the holidays coming up, I could easily envision making a holiday pie in it! Followed by some bread, maybe some cookies….oh, the thinks I could think!

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  116. Lindy Taylor 116

    Blueberry muffins for my husband would be the first dish made in this beautiful oven.

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  117. Leela 117

    I would make a cream cheese babka.

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  118. Laura A. Larkin 118

    The first thing? It would have to be the recipe I inherited from my mother-in-law she had a wonderful recipe for cheese potatoes. They my top comfort food but my old gas oven has hot spots so that they cook unevenly no matter what I try, so I haven’t had a decent dish of them for years! I bet this oven would be able to bake a perfect batch.

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  119. lynn ritter 119

    I would make my mom’s pumpkin bread that my WHOLE family loves! This oven looks amazing!

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  120. Bobbe Anderson 120

    Hand pumping in the air ~ I know, I know!!! I have been craving pumpkin whoopie pies, so they would definately be my first choice. Then I’d roast a a free range chicken that I have in my freezer just waiting to be served with baked potatoes, and a grated carrot cassarole. Since there is just my son and me, I’m sure it would all fit. I’m going to go get the counter ready!

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  121. Joan 121

    I would try my favorite rustic bread recipe, followed by a beef rib roast

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  122. Joseph A. 122

    Pizza!

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  123. Vicki Nelson 123

    I would make cupcakes! I make them weekly for a group of people at the Sportsmen’s Club! I hope I win too! Thanks for the chance!

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  124. Sirisha 124

    I’d make baked apples! Cut into slides, sprinkled cinnamon on them, bake for 15 mins and drizzle honey on top. Perfect dessert

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  125. Jessica O'Connor 125

    I would love to use this for a scrumptious beef roast for my boys. Yummy!

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  126. Barbara O. 126

    Macaroni and Cheese.

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  127. Bethany 127

    The first thing I would make is garlic cheese bread!

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  128. Blue 128

    I tried to type all my comments. Not sure if it was my browser or what but it knocks me out of my comment.
    So I’ll try again. And hopefully~~
    Lovely, lovrly, lovely.. what a great offer-! Thank you for the op. I would be baking my mothers Chres Pies for the holidays. She’s gone into Rehabilitation from a fall. She’s quite old and i don’t think she will be leaving there any too soon. So we’ve been talking on the phone and she wants me to try to make her family’s Scottish recipe for a “tassie”. Your oven would be awesome. So ill cross fingers. Thank you again. Its so good to have hope

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  129. Kurt Watkins 129

    “What’s the first thing you would make in your new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven?”

    The first thing I would make in my new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven is apple cinnamon toast so that I could enjoy it post haste.

    Kurt Watkins
    kurt@sportreps.net

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  130. Stephanie 130

    Cinnamon toast!

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  131. MaryB 131

    I would make one of my husband’s favorite meals first – roast pork. He deserves a special treat after having a very long illness and has a birthday coming up. Lots of reason to celebrate!

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  132. Cesar Negrete 132

    I’d make those delicious looking muffins!

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  133. betty campbell 133

    everthinf it would be by go to oven

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  134. Margot C 134

    I think likely with Thanksgiving and other holiday meals in mind; I would use it to tightly control my bubbling marshmallow top on my lovely whipped sweet potatoes casserole.

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  135. Tina Schneider 135

    If a whole Pork Crown Roast wouldn’t fit, I’d make 1/2 of the Roast with heavy on the garlic, thyme, salt & pepper and serve with Israeli Couscous Risotto.

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  136. Lynn 136

    I bake a loaf of raisin bread every week and tis the season for cookies!

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  137. Bruce Kohler 137

    Pizza!

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  138. Stacey Roberson 138

    I would make my BBQ Chicken Pizza recipe. This would be the perfect addition to my kitchen.

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  139. Gina 139

    Probably cheese toast!

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  140. Lisa Brown 140

    I would make a homemade pizza. Thanks for the chance :)
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

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  141. Cheri Kittrell 141

    Now that we cook family dinner that includes my mother every day, an extra countertop oven for preparation would be so handy! The first thing that I would cook in it would be zucchini bread. It is one of our family favorites this time of year!

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  142. Robert Reid 142

    I’ve never felt I could afford Wolf appliances, so this would be a fabulous way to try them. I’m sure toast would be the first thing, since I would be so excited to try something fast. Love the red knobs….Maybe I’d better start saving my money now for a future purchase.

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  143. David Webber 143

    I would be a mac-‘n’-cheese-casserole-makin’ FOOL!!!

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  144. Cynthia Lucas 144

    I Always give home made goodies for the Holidays So I’d get a Jump Start on my holiday baking!

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  145. Karen Burkitt 145

    I would make apple crisp, it sounds so good right now!

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  146. Paula 146

    I would make pizza!

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  147. Ginger Gaubert 147

    Oh, I would love to win this toaster oven! It would be so nice to have an extra oven when I am entertaining. The first thing I would make is a batch of blueberry muffins!

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  148. Nicole 148

    The first thing I would make is a batch of jalapeño cheddar scones. I enjoy baking but my oven seems to heat up my whole house and down here in Florida the temps are still high 70s!

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  149. Jeanett Jamilkowski 149

    What a great oven…i would cook most of Thanksgiving dinner in it.

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  150. Chelsea 150

    That is one good looking countertop oven. If I had it time for tgiving I would definitely use it to help make my sides so I would say the first thing I would make is stuffing!

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  151. Barbara 151

    Since only my large oven has a convection feature and using it requires me taking out all those bakewares that I have no other space to store them, I would make Beef Filets en Croute in the Baby Wolfie.

    Geez, I already have a name for it. :)

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  152. Cindy A. 152

    I would make roasted butternut squash. This little oven would be a VERY welcome addition to my holiday cooking! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win it.

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  153. Debbie Shivers 153

    My daughter will be going away to college so I would give her the current countertop oven to bake her frozen pizzas in (is that bad LOL?) and keep this beauty for myself(-: Hmmmm, first thing to bake would probably be cauliflower or asparagus drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with garlic sea salt, it’s like candy!

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  154. VT 154

    Would love this!

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  155. Debi Drace 155

    baked mac & cheese

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  156. Susan Broughton 156

    I would make a cake or some muffins if I won the wonderful prize!

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  157. Leslie C 157

    What an awesome oven. My first thing to make would be pizza – a staple at our house!

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  158. Bo 158

    Probably those muffins you’re going to post this week. If that was a picture of them, they look good

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  159. Joan Jolley 159

    Oooh! I’ve missed reading you, and the fabulous oven caught my eye. It would be perfect for my summer house on Martha Vineyard where a typical dinner is us and a dozen people who happen to stop by for a beach day. Tough to think about now with the weather getting so cold in the northeast. But my new Wolf countertop oven would be a addition to my holiday entertaining in Boston until I reopen the beach house — I’d start making your delicious and healthy turkey jalapeño bites for the next football game. Yum!

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  160. Matt 160

    Cranberry orange muffins would be first on my list!

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  161. Judy Dayhoff 161

    Oh, my, so many choices. But….I just bought a Krusteaz coffee cake mix that I’m dying to try. I think this would make the perfect combination. Wolf countertop oven and coffee cake.

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  162. Daniel Casciato 162

    Beef Rollatini stuffed with prosciutto and mozzarella

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  163. Kathy B 163

    First thing would be bread — first proofing and then baking. No need to turn on the big oven if I had this.

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  164. shelley 164

    I would bake gingerbread cookies

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  165. Sharon 165

    I will make my first stollen of the season. using it to proof the dough, then bake My kitchen will smell like Heaven!

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  166. Celeste B. 166

    With only two of us, this small oven would be perfect for preparing all our meals.

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  167. bea 167

    My husband could proof and bake the yummy bread for us he makes weekly. If would be awesome!

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  168. Amy Gann 168

    wow-it is gorgeous! It woul be perfect for lots of holiday cooking — especially those Noble Pig recipes and shares!

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  169. Susan Fagan 169

    First and foremost I’d introduce this to my kitchen by baking Orange Scones inside of this beautiful countertop oven!

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  170. judy 170

    I would make some cookies or muffins. This oven looks fantastic! I have never had one, but I think it would be really smart to not heat up my big oven. It’s also very nice looking.

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  171. Jennie D. 171

    Bread! I would make home made bread….I love bread!

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  172. Ashley 172

    Oh I would love this so much! I’d make my mother’s banana walnut muffins first!

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  173. Lisa 173

    Cinnamon rolls! I would love to win!! I am in love with your kitchen. Especially your built in steamer.. Jealous!!! ;)

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  174. Shelly 174

    I think I just fell in love with a shiny, metallic box. I think the shiny, metallic box just whispered sweet nothings in my ear and described unbelievably unspeakable acts of hot goodness.

    I think I’m in love with a Wolf.

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  175. Denise Heins 175

    Wow, it’s beautiful and I actually have room for it!

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  176. Davina Perry 176

    I would bake some yummy Holiday treats to share with my coworkers!

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  177. Shaye 177

    That thing is so cool! I’d make cranberry-orange ricotta muffins! Thanks, Cathy!

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  178. Linda Lee 178

    I would make my peanut butter cheesecake brownies if I were to win. Oh and sides for thanksgiving while the turkey is in our only small oven!

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  179. Cheryl Druck 179

    Because I live alone I hate heating my big oven to make a baked potato or sweet potato fries for one. However, I think the first thing I would make is an apple galette – ’tis the season!

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  180. Alison Jenkins 180

    The countertop oven Gods are calling my name..

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  181. Mary Boyle 181

    Woo, I’d make the stuffed mushrooms I got from this blog! Or my mom’s sheet cake! :)

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  182. Lisa M. 182

    I would make some muffins!

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  183. jesse 183

    i would gift it to my son whio is building a small cabin near the water~
    and he loves to make bread~

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  184. Keri Jones 184

    I am not good at cooking and unfortunately my family suffers from it. I’ve always wanted a counter oven to pop something in for a quicker dinner. I think I’d be more likely to use this and it would make my family happy!

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  185. Cheryl S 185

    Celebrating 71 years, love trying a new recipe each day, would be a great gift to receive.

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  186. AEvans 186

    This would save take my daughter from domestic novice to a higher level on the domestic goddess quest.

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  187. Catherine 187

    So many choices…I would roast some butternut squash from my garden

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  188. Connie 188

    I would be Proud to cook the Noble Pigs recipes in this Wonderful oven!

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  189. Debi 189

    I would love to win this! I would cook everything in this but the first thing would probably be biscuits or some kind of bread. I’m a widow and live alone but I still cook and heating up my large oven uses a lot of electricity so this would be perfect for me or anyone else. I just happen to love bread. All bread! I was very excited when you said it will proof dough also. I have to do this in my large oven. Good luck everyone and have a nice day!

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  190. Tami Conner 190

    The first thing I would bake is a full size cake. We have been without an oven/stove for 2 years, this would be amazing to have!

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  191. Tricia Randall 191

    Roast chicken and choco chip cookies – yum!

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  192. Ed Jasek 192

    The first thing I’d make would probably be a delicious Spanish Omelette.

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  193. Ashley eads 193

    Cookies! :)

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  194. Dave 194

    Oatmeal raisen cookies

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  195. Rhonda Peery 195

    I would make brownies!

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  196. Lori Gin 196

    Almond butter chocolate chip cookies!

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  197. SHERRY 197

    What perfect timing for this giveaway. My current counter top oven isn’t registering the oven temperature correctly and my baking/cooking attempts are suffering and causing so much frustration. I didn’t know this item was available. WOW! I love making coffee cakes — a passion passed down from my mother and grandmother. What is sweeter than visiting a friend and sharing a tasteful coffee cake. Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful item.

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  198. Katie 198

    i’d make banana bread muffins to send up to my kiddo at school in Vermont, and then start making football snacks for the Patriot’s game!

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  199. Nancy Larma 199

    I would make some chocolate chip cookies first,. Then some muffins and pizza and casseroles and…

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  200. Nathalie King 200

    I would love to think I’d bake some confectionary delight or something as simple as cookies, but honestly… My 7 year old would probably ask for poptarts, and I’d acquiesce because if I burned those nasty things while trying to figure out how to use this, I’m not sad!

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  201. Mark 201

    wow! That Apple stuffed leg of lamb sounded great but odds are my first dish in this oven would just be warming up yesterday’s pizza …. just sayin’

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  202. Vickie Smith 202

    Being as it is now just my husband and myself, I would probably cook just about everything in it. Dinners, deserts etc.

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  203. Cherie 203

    A thousand times yes, I would love to have this appliance. Love the reviews. I would make bread pudding first thing!

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  204. Megan 204

    Brazilian cheese bread, pao de queijo:)

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  205. Nathalie King 205

    I would love to think that I’d make some confectionary delight or something as simple as cookies, but honestly my 7 year old would probably ask for poptarts, and I’d acquiesce because if I burned those nasty things while trying to figure out how to use this oven, I wouldn’t feel bad at all!
    My second option would probably be holiday cookies, as they are heavily requested as Christmas gifts from family and friends, most especially my nephew (college football player) who wants cookies and meatloaf for Christmas this year.

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  206. linda lyden 206

    I would love to win this beautifully mod oven…..to make Noble Pigs creative recipes….for my birthday day…….what could be nicer? Thank you, Linda

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  207. Mike Allen 207

    Delicious Delicious Bacon!

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  208. Carla 208

    It is truly a beautiful oven. I would make cookies.Chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin.

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  209. Jen 209

    I would make some frozen cookies that I’ve had waiting for the perfect moment!

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  210. Kaci Sumner Hegdahl 210

    I would make Gruyere Popovers right away!

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  211. Mary Beth Horst 211

    I was going through my ‘favorites’ recipe file and was planning on making Baked Spaghetti. I have a toaster oven and love using it, but temperature is just not trustworthy, so I use it for smaller tasks. This would be so perfect for baking casseroles!

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  212. chelsea 212

    With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it would be nice to use it to help with the competition for time that happens with oven space! So maybe some scalloped potatoes?

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  213. Crystal Thomas 213

    Mini-spanakopita! Yum!

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  214. Ellen T. 214

    Cookies – probably chocolate chips. My favorite.

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  215. Bill 215

    Would go alongs ways towards cooking healthy for one.

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  216. Lena 216

    I would love to try out the recipe for those yummy looking muffins, once you post it!

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  217. Nikki Yarbrough 217

    I would enjoy this wonderful oven in my kitchen…First tasty treat I would make, cheesy garlic bread!!need this oven for sure

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  218. Peg 218

    What a beautiful oven, you don’t know how excited I am about this giveaway. I too love me a small countertop oven and can’t imagine anyone not having one. My countertop oven is an old Cuisinart it sounds like it’s getting ready to take flight, it roars and rumbles and vibrates. I know I’m going to have to replace it soon. If I had this new oven in my kitchen today I would be making a pan of cornbread. I have been longing for fall, (in California you only get maybe 5 cool days a year) and finally today drizzles are in the forecast so I’m feeling warm and cozy. I put on a pot of chili and plan to make a pan of cornbread to go with it. I will serve the cornbread with a herb and butter and drizzle the with mango honey. Savory, sweet and wonderful.

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  219. Sally Tews 219

    The first thing I would make in the Wolf counter top oven would
    be a homemade pizza thin crust and then a Chicago deep dish,loaded
    with fresh mushrooms,homemade Italian sausage.
    Yum!! I can’t wait to make in the counter top oven.

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  220. Martha Roggenbaum 220

    It would be perfect to bake my sweet potato souffle with praline crumble! It’s a beautiful piece!

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  221. Love my Wolf Rangetop w/ infrared grill…so I KNOW this will be a quality piece of equipment. First….my banana nut muffins and then crispy biscuits followed up by Thanksgiving Brunch offering of Cranberry Pecan Coffee Cake!

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  222. Barbara s... 222

    Wow!! Carrot cream cheese muffins!!

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  223. Karen D 223

    I would make muffins! <3 that it can fit a whole pan!

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  224. Ellon St. Croix 224

    I’d use that gorgeous counter top oven to make some muffins for breakfast, then some tuna melts for lunch while thinking about what to make for dinner!

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  225. Joy 225

    Probably Irish Soda Bread in biscuit form, something I’ve been craving anyway love your recipes – thanks!

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  226. Elizabeth 226

    Chocolate chip cookies!

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  227. Linda Jacobs 227

    I’d free up some counter space for this!

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  228. Sheila D. 229

    I love all your recipes! First thing I’d make in this oven are your cappuccino
    Doughnut bars! OHHH, I hope I win!!

    THANK YOU for all your wonderful recipes and stories! I love having your posts fill up my FB newsfeed!

    Happy holidays to you and family!

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  229. Steve Howell 230

    The first thing I would make is Guiness Stout Ginger Cake.

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  230. Sheila D. 231

    I LOVE all your recipes and posts!
    I’d make your cappuccino doughnut bars! OHHH, hope I win! Thanks for ALL of your wonderful recipes and posts! I love seeing them fill up my FB newsfeed!

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  231. Sheila Doro 232

    I’d make your Cappucino Dougnut bars! I LOVE ALL your recipes! Thanks for all yours posts – I love to see your posts fill my fb

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  232. VAl 233

    It would be awesome not to have to fire up the big oven!! I think the first thing I would make would be a chicken dish maybe Chicken Divan. I have a great recipe for that!!

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  233. William waller 234

    Almost done rebuilding my kitchen after a fire gutted it this would make such a nice finishing touch

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  234. Melissa Green 235

    The first thing I would make? Crazy Nachos!

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  235. Mary O 236

    I would make some Cranberry Bread. Thank you.

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  236. Deb Walser 237

    My home would use this everyday ! I think it is a great kitchen tool thank you for offering a great prize ! Happy thanksgiving to you and family!

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  237. Pizza

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  238. Sarah S 239

    The first thing I would make in the oven would be my favorite pumpkin chocolate chip bread. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  239. Sara 240

    I would make pumpkin muffins for my kids school lunches.

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  240. Norma 241

    PIZZA…….we make our own pizza!!!!!

    I WOULD LOVE THIS OVEN. We use a toaster oven for EVERYTHING. It’s just my son and I, and we only use the big oven for holidays!!!

    GOOD LUCK…….to everyone!!!!!!!

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  241. Vicki C 242

    Yum….Lasagna, apple slices…anything and everything!!!

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  242. Lori Plummer 243

    I would make a pecan pie for Thanksgiving in my new Wolf counter top oven!

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  243. Tracy L 244

    I would make banana bread with walnuts! Thank you!!

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  244. It would be great to have for Thanksgiving….the first think I would make are my turkey taquitos. Ovens like this one are perfect for the quick crunch and tender innards!

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  245. Terri Buchner 246

    Oh I love toaster ovens. Tried to live without once… didn’t last very long! It’s a must have in my kitchen! So the first thing I would make would most likely be pizza! or my homemade yummy peach turnovers! Love those!

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  246. Olga 247

    Stuffing muffins! This looks like a fantastic oven. Convection!!! YES

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  247. Sherry Libby 248

    The perfect companion to my stove oven. I would make my thanksgiving side dishes in this oven followed up by pies. I’m envisioning a savory bread pudding to be the first.

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  248. This elderly gentleman would bake up a batch of Moms biscuits from her 1945 recipe. It would certainly bring back many memories.

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  249. Christine Chisum 250

    I would cook a batch of applewood smoked bacon because, BACON! Love Wolf-SubZero appliances.

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  250. ElB 251

    You’re so pretty. And smart. And funny. And such a talented chef. And your kids are gorgeous. And your home is beautiful. And you’re so so pretty!

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  251. Patrice 252

    The first thing Id like to think Id make is a fruit crisp or a clafouti or a Dutch baby. Or possibly try that baked bacon everyone keeps harping on. But truth is, it would probate lay be toast.

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  252. Kathleen Hughan 253

    Cranberry lemon bread. Yum!

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  253. Lisa p 254

    I don’t know where I’d start! After staring at it and admiring its shiny beauty I think I’d make some cupcakes. Or muffins. Or cookies. Or a cute little personal pie so I wouldn’t have to share

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  254. Tracy Nogle 255

    I would put my beloved 17 year old niece, Gabi, into a little business making her ‘almost famous’ yummy chocolate chip secret recipe cookies! We absolutely LOVE your recipes & save pretty much ALL of them! Thanks for your wonderful recipes, awesome site & a super easy to use Pinterest button that works every time (makes it easy to save all your super recipes)! Thanks, too, for the chance to win this awesome oven!!

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  255. Jen M 256

    The first thing I’d make is a batch of single serve cookies. I hate turning on the oven so I can make two cookies, so this would be perfect! Fingers crossed XD

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  256. Mary Shrank 257

    I would love to have an oven like this. The first thing that I would make in it would be cookies.

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  257. mark killinger 258

    The convention oven would be a great assistance in my kitchen. I have 2 little girls ages 4 & 6 and they are always hungry. How much easier it would be to prepare meals and feed them with this multipurpose oven!

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  258. debbie 259

    The first thing I would make is a cinnamon coffee cake.

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  259. Lynn Johnson 260

    I would love to have this! I am disabled and on a fixed income so I can’t these fancy gadgets anymore but I love to cook and would make so many of the Noble Pig’s recipes that it is hard to pick just one! But a great old fashioned apple pie would be at the top of my list!

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  260. Renee Henderson 261

    The first thing I would make would be an apple crumb crisp.

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  261. I have no doubt I’d be making lots of Rich Boy and Poor Boy sandwiches followed by open faced tuna melts with tomato and lots of broiled cheese! Yum!

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  262. Valerie Klobuchar 263

    I’d bake my stuffing and pies to free up my oven on Thanksgiving! Would be great in the summer when you don’t wish to heat up the house. Make warm snacks everyday!

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  263. Hildy Levitt 264

    Since my daughter, a college sophomore, won’t be able to come home for Thanksgiving, it will only be me and my husband. Even a small turkey is too big for us, so I thought I would just go crazy! I would make a chicken (how’s that for thinking outside of the box?). I’ve never made one in a countertop oven and I believe Wolf is the one to cook my first.

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  264. Juli 265

    Cheesy breakfast muffins!

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  265. Kristine Ingman 266

    The first thing I would make is my Grandma’s famous coffee cake. I can picture it now.

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  266. Juli 267

    CheEsy breakfast muffins

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  267. janie bolton 268

    My morning toast of course!! Then I would pour a cup of coffee and sit down with the instruction book and my recipe file to learn and imagine, select and begin!!

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  268. Sydney Andersen 269

    I would LOVE to have this! My full size Wolf stove is just to big sometimes for two of us. I want to make homemade pizza!

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  269. Tracy 270

    I’m a cookie fanatic so I’ll pop in some chewy chocolate chip cookies :D

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  270. Debra mitchell 271

    Roast a chicken first to see how it turns out ,then I will be doing my Thanksgiving meal, but I know it will, love Wolfgang products.

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  271. Lynn 272

    This is a beautiful appliance! I would love to bake a pumpkin pie in it! Thanks.

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  272. Karen Elder 273

    Your recipes are always my go-to!
    Cheers!

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  273. Leslie Landry 274

    Sign me up! I need dis!!!

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  274. Susan Linn 275

    I make scones every weekend and would love to make them with the convection feature of this Wolf oven.

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  275. As I just cook for one most times this would be great to conserve energy

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  276. sandy b 277

    Love this to create yummy dinners and more for my family

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  277. Jackie white 278

    EXACTLT what I need. It’s only two of us and I hate heating up a big oven. Love your site!!

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  278. Elaine Sgorcea 279

    Heating up the “big oven” is sometimes absurdly excessive for many things. A toaster oven is very often exactly what is needed. This model is cute and matches my kitchen on several levels. As long as it is not a Sonja Morgan (RHONY) toaster oven (even though according to her box photo shoot, it was very sexy).

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  279. Leslie Starnes 280

    I would love to have this and I would only makes recipes from the Noble Pig facebook page :-)

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  280. Kay Childs 281

    My toaster oven is 20 years old, I would love a new one. I would make brownies first.

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  281. Ashley B 282

    Eek! I meant to say the first thing I would make is a pie for the holidays!

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  282. Mary McManus-Johnson 283

    Soooo excited about this giveaway! I want to make (first time) creme brûlée for Thanksgiving!

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  283. The Noble Pig recipes would be even better if I could fix them in this oven. Have never used one of these type ovens but seems would save a lot of time and heating up the kitchen in our humid Michigan days and nights.

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  284. DaphneSFL 285

    I would make garlic bread to go with a pasta dinner

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  285. Rhonda Cunningham 286

    The first thing I would make is fish. It would be so nice, not to have to heat up the whole oven, just for one pice of fish. Fingers crosse, and thanks for this awesome giveaway!

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  286. Barbara Hutchings 287

    Yes, I also drool over Wolf products! One can dream of a perfect kitchen. Winning this Wolf oven will be my first ” new” appliance in my kitchen!
    First thing I will bake for my hubby will be his favorite blueberry muffins, followed by Portobello mushrooms !!
    Thank you so much for the chance to win such a ” dream” Wolf product!

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  287. Deb walser 288

    I would make your gooey chocolate cake !

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  288. Barb Ruhs 289

    The first thing that I would make in this sweet, little countertop oven would be mini pumpkin pies — festive, eh? Since it’s only 2 of us, why use the whole oven? Fingers crossed!

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  289. Stacy 290

    I’ve never cooked with a counter top oven – but this Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven would make anyone want to try (it really is gorgeous). The first thing I would cook in this oven for the holidays would be homemade buttermilk-honey bread. I like to make small loaves of bread and give them as gifts to family/friends.

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  290. Tonie 291

    What a great addition to any kitchen!!

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  291. Kendis Fishman 292

    Cookies for Holiday Baskets to give to the nurses, residents and doctors who work in the ICU at the County Medical Center. They spend soooo much time away from their families and they deserve a little holiday cheer.

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  292. Wendy 293

    Little old lady, with grandchildren, would love to win. Fabulous for the hockey fundraiser(s) baking!! (Again )

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  293. Shari Elithorpe 294

    Love this site and the recipes! This Wolf would make a wonderful addition to my kitchen!

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  294. Leanna Matchett 295

    Yes, please!!!

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  295. Kate Sparks 296

    Brownies for football!!

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  296. Frances Campbell 297

    I would love to make a Golden Bubble Ring for my family in this oven. I also love countertop ovens.

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  297. Living in Nevada, anything that can save on electricity and added heat is fantastic! Would truly love and use this. It is exciting to see and can’t wait to try it out! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  298. Living in Nevada, anything that will save me electricity and added heat in the kitchen (also time & money) I would love. Thanks for the opportunity. Love your blog!

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  299. Linda Toan 300

    Wow! What a lovely machine. I want one!

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  300. I have never had a toaster oven. Looks like it would be the perfect appliance to bake pies. My first pie would have to be a peach pie. I love to cook and would love to win a Wolf appliance.

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  301. Renee Garland 302

    Love all the bells and whistles. Would love to cook up lots of treats for my friends and family. Already looking in my recipe box for family favorites.

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  302. Krista Goben 303

    I would love to bake an apple pie in this oven while my turkey is cooking in my regular oven! Having a tabletop oven would be so convenient during the holiday’s for extra cooking space. It would be fantastic for everyday use instead of using my regular “big” oven, since there is only my husband and I at home.

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  303. Tracey Carter 304

    If I had this wonderful little oven in my kitchen, I would make a whole roasted chicken with veggies. My old toaster oven is too small to roast a chicken!

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  304. Debby Gordon 305

    Old family recipe of Lasagna

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  305. Sandy Headtke 306

    I would dump my microwave and use this to heat up my dinners and leftovers.

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  306. sharron orcutt 307

    I WOULD USE IT AS EXTENSION OF LARGE OVEN FOR TURKEY DAY SIDES IF IT GETS HERE SOON ENOUGH. OR LIKE YOU BECAUSE THERE ARE 2 OF US , I USUALLY BAKE SMALLER AND WHY LEAT A BIG OVEN WHEN A SMALLER ONE WILL DO JUST AS WELL?

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  307. Elizabeth Walsh 308

    What an awesome giveaway! I think the first thing I would make is a loaf of bread.

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  308. Kathy 309

    I would make blueberry muffins.

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  309. Alicia Woolem 310

    Cookies, pies, cake!

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  310. I have never seen anything like this! I think I would gift this to my husband for Christmas. he is the great cook in our home and I show him the recipes from Noble Pig. Just some hints here and there! And to tell you how wonderful my husband is (don’t get jealous ladies) every morning when I wake up and he has gone to work I find a love note and a cup of hot chocolate on the kitchen counter. THAT is how sweet my husband is. And he deserves something special!

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  311. Jim Horvath 312

    You guys have absolutely nailed it with this website. Best I have come across and makes me want to do more cooking and baking. Great job!!!

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  312. alicia szemon 313

    the first thing i would make in the oven is some yummy chocolate chip cookies!!(:

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  313. Robin Neiman 314

    Beef Wellington.

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  314. WOW!!! gorgeous oven. I wish I could afford all Wolf appliances.

    I would make cookies. Tis the Season…….

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  315. Linn 316

    Whole roasted turkey!!! Then the sides while it is cooling! So excited! Thank you for the chance to hopefully win!!!

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  316. Cathy McGaughey 317

    Cornbread!

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  317. Debra Barkovitz 318

    The first thing I’d make in this oven is my hasselback potatoes! We eat potatoes at lease 3x a week! And since it’s just my us and I, no need to heat up the big oven!

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  318. Brenda Berkal 319

    I’ve been planning to try Praline Corn Cakes, kind of a corn muffin – sticky bun hybrid. I’d make those first, unless some toast snuck in first to give me sustenance to make the buns.
    (This oven looks awesome, and the element on my cuisinart toaster of very few years, is drooping and does not look safe.)

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  319. Elizabeth Westmoreland 320

    I have always dreamed of a wolf oven but it’s not in this single moms budget. It would be great to cook with a counter top oven and not heat up the whole house and it actually cook better than my whole oven. I’m sure it’s just a dream but what and amazing dream it would be.

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  320. Randy Kuhlmann 321

    I would be making biscuits for the next biscuit needing occasion!

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  321. Bess Sherman 322

    I would bake some seriously cheesy Spoon

    I would bake some seriously cheesy Spoon Bread.

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  322. Jo Atwood 323

    I haven’t had a toaster oven since the one my mama gave me died and how she is gone as well. I’d love to fix her favorite southern style chicken and dressing in a new one! I think she would approve.

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  323. Carrie Allton 324

    I would love to make something yeasty!

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  324. Kim Wallace 325

    I see a big batch of homemade carrot raisin muffins in my future! My family would sooo love this!

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  325. Jan Kosinski 326

    This oven would be perfect for making my sweet potatoes for Thanksgiving. And then I could start on Christmas cookies the next day!! Yum!

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  326. Mariea Manastyrski 327

    I would use it instead of my oven.. right size for a single person in and apt or condo..luv luv

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  327. Anne 328

    What a gorgeous oven! Right now, my kitchen is overflowing with apples, so if I were your very lucky winner, the first thing I would make would be a nice apple cake.

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  328. Jacqueline Weisser 329

    I would make breakfast pizzas for everyone!!!

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  329. Christy Spurlock 330

    I would bake cranberry apple mini pies. I’ve got my baking list ready for the holiday’s so this would definitely be an added bonus just in time for Thanksgiving and Chrismas

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  330. Linda Davis 331

    The first thing I would cook in the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven would be one-half of a fresh turkey, followed by a pumpkin pie! Thank you for this fantastic opportunity.

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  331. Suzanne Velez 332

    I would definitely make my grandmothers home-made rolls! With her recipe and this oven how could they not be delicious?

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  332. Kelly D 333

    I would make french bread pizza.

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  333. Denise Buck 334

    I would Love to win this toaster oven! Subzero Wolf great make great appliances! We use our old toaster oven all the time…my family would love to be making our home made pizza in the new wolf oven !

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  334. Diane OConnor 335

    I am a toaster oven girl too. And also have Wolf and Subzero Kitchen. I was just at Sur la Table and saw this oven and immediately put it on my list. It was love at first site. And the first thing I would make would be my breakfast toast.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win one ….

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  335. DianeD 336

    I would make Guiness Stout Cupcakes with Baileys Irish Cream Frosting!!

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  336. Connie 337

    I would be Proud to cook Noble Pig recipes in this Wonderful Oven.

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  337. Connie Tumm 338

    Oh what a dream it would be to own this. I cannot even imagine! The first thing I would bake is something sweet, maybe scones!

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  338. Sydney Anderson 339

    I would make pizza

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  339. Nicole Pyles 340

    I would love to find a brand new way to cook chicken with this oven and find all kinds of fun things to make with it on Thanksgiving! :)

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  340. Shannon Harkness 341

    Nice, very, very nice!

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  341. Sarah S 342

    This sounds amazing. I would make banana muffins in them. We have been making them every day and this would make things a dream.

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  342. Adair Rains Flowers 343

    My son would make biscuits and my daughter would make breakfast casserole!! They love to cook and this looks like the perfect appliance for them to cook at the same time in our small kitchen.

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  343. David j alukonis 344

    Without a doubt. A cranberry, black walnut tart–half-inch-deep pastry in a tart mold filled with a mix of chunky cranberry sauce, black walnuts, eggs, vanilla, maple sugar and a touch of bourbon. Similar to pecan pie but distinctly different.

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  344. Sherida Houlihan 345

    The first thing I would make in this awesome Wolf oven is one of my mother’s favorite recipes, a brunch casserole with bread, eggs, ham, milk, green onions and Swiss cheese that you prepare the night before and refrigerate. Everyone loves it, the leftovers are wonderful and it is a great Mom memory!

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  345. Sarah Cain 346

    I would bake a pan of my special low sugar browned butter triple chocolate chip cookies. We enjoy small batches of fresh warm cookies. I need a dependable counter top oven to bake for my small family.

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  346. Donna Savage 347

    The first thing I would make in my new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven would be a Pecan Pie Cheesecake! Yummy!

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  347. Heather Fox 348

    I would use it for all those times I wished I had a second oven which is pretty much weekly.

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  348. Meghan Finley 349

    I’d make snickerdoodles. I love how they make the house smell

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  349. Rebecca Brown 350

    Wow! I could use that for Thanksgiving. I’m hosting friends from high school and family this year!

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  350. Kristen C. 351

    I would make chocolate chip cookies first, followed by a batch of soft chewy ginger spice cookies, and then a batch of Italian anise cookies.

    I’m getting ready to bake dozens and dozens of cookies to give as gifts for the holidays. This countertop oven would be an amazing treat to work with!

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  351. Pennie Doss 352

    Double Pumpkin Cheesecake followed by Salted Caramel Apple Cake!

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  352. Anne Ferkul 353

    I would make a German Chocolate cake !!!! Yummy !!!!!

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  353. Evie Tjader 354

    Apple Cobbler

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  354. Jeanne Brockway 355

    This is perfectly what I need. Single grandma and I live using a toaster oven that is so small and over heats. Friends gave me mini pans to bake with because most of my bakeware does not fit except for aluminum foil re-heating. Thank you for this chance to win something I really need. :-)

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  355. Christina Conte 356

    Oh my goodness, what a beauty! I can’t even imagine this sitting on my countertop! I’d make croque monsieur right away as I just know how amazing it would turn out in this oven. What a great giveaway! Thank you!

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  356. Kel 357

    I would make biscuits. We have a very very old toaster oven (we unplug it because we are afraid it might catch fire). I would LOVE to win this and throw away our current one. They are so convenient and I love how fast they heat up. thanks!!

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  357. Susan Black 358

    I would make my famous crispy rosemary roasted chicken and parsley potatoes with grilled asparagus. I can do it all in one pan right on my countertop. I can smell it now!

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  358. Jamie Foy 359

    Hi Cathy. The first thing I would do would be to roast a half prime rib. When ready, I would take that out to let rest then pop in a nice tray of the chocolate croissant bread pudding from your site!!

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  359. Debbie 360

    My old toaster oven just died! I could imagine myself making everything and anything in this amazing oven. Wouldn’t even know where to begin. I probably would start with cookies because my old toaster oven always burned them :( I have a single wall oven so the possibility of getting this would make dinners so much easier when I am making more than one dish :)

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  360. Susan S. 361

    I would make make my favorite cheesecake!

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  361. Jessica Jonsson 362

    Yes Please ! Everything !

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  362. Would love to make chicken, muffins and cookies!

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  363. Julie 364

    I would bake the Pecan pie that I promised to a patient in return for being compliant with his treatments!

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  364. Cindy Stewart 365

    “What’s the first thing you would make in your new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven?” you ask:
    a chicken or steak or almost anything!!! i have not had a stove/oven to cook with for 4 years and have had to use nothing but a microwave (i KNOW i glow in the dark, lol :D!!) so it would be a blessing to be able to cook REAL food in something other than nuking it!! thanks for the chance!!!

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  365. The first thing I would make, is pumpkin bread.
    Annamaria

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  366. Carol Fox 367

    I would bake pork tenderloins. They come out so wonderful in a small oven like this.

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  367. Julia Reinburg 368

    Oh. How I would love to have this oven. With Christmas season coming up, I would use the oven and bake my Xmas cookies. I have all the recipes from my great grandmother and grandmother (from Bavaria) and my oven at the house backs very uneven.
    … and otherwise, my first thing, would be my homemade bread.

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  368. Wendy 369

    I would make chicken or pork tenderloin!

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  369. Cory 370

    I’d make chocolate chip cookies first. There’s no better way to christen a new oven. ;)

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  370. Carolyn 371

    Would love to bake for family in this oven!!❤️

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  371. Leona Lorenzen 372

    I use my toaster oven all of the time! I couldn’t live without it! Mine is old and I could use a new one! I would make banana bread or blueberry muffins!

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  372. I’ve never had a toaster oven but would love to have one! I would first bake my Liquor Soaked Pound Cakes that I want to make for Christmas in it! What a great present that would be. :)

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  373. tammigirl 374

    Hot fudge pudding cake. Because it’s the most delicious thing, and easy to prepare.

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  374. Lori F 375

    I would make cookies. I don’t know why, it just seems like the right thing to do!

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  375. Wendy Limongi-Hoberg 376

    The first thing I would cook on my new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven would be a roast with delishious vegetables. Since I injured my back and had to have surgery over 10 yrs ago I have a difficult time with bending down to remove my dinner in a stove oven. Very small range of motion in bending, I have burned my hands and arms so many times you would think I would have learned my lesson long ago. But when you have a family to cook for I am very limited on what and how I am cooking. I have had to resort to cooking almost everything in a crock pot. It was OK at first but now the flavors are all the same. Would love to have a variety of flavors, and different kinds of cuts of meat, besides desserts to serve them also. My love of cooking and food have been lost over the years and would like to get that love back again. Please consider.

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  376. Candace Geary 377

    I would love to proof my bread in it. The cold weather, of winter, makes rising take so long. I hate tying up my oven to use it for proofing.

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  377. Sharon 378

    I would make a cajun spiced roasted chicken. Thanks!

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  378. Robin W. 379

    I love a toaster oven! Have used one since college and can’t imagine life without one! The first time I cook in my new toaster oven I will make chicken pot pie!

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  379. This is a wonderful prize. Good luck to all who enter.

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  380. Brownie 381

    I would make roasted chicken! It is just my husband and me so this would be awesome to have.

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  381. Martha 382

    I’d make cookies!

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  382. Peggy Doty 383

    i would make my Peanut butter pecan pie.

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  383. Renee 384

    I would love to own this beautiful Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven. Baking and cooking is my passion and favorite way to relax. I would make an awesome bacon wrapped pork tenderloin!

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  384. Jennifer Essad 385

    I would roast a stuffed chicken for our first meal using this awesome Oven! thanks for the chance

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  385. jan n 386

    i would love to proof my bread in that oven…what a cool feature

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  386. Coco 387

    if I’m lucky enough to win, I’ll bake loads of lovely Christmas cookies!!

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  387. Michaela 388

    There’s never enough room in the oven over the holidays, so this little gem would be put on casserole duty!!

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  388. Amber Wolf 389

    Honey and rosemary pull apart rolls

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  389. Annette M 390

    I would make an apple pie!

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  390. Jeannie Kenny 391

    The first thing you would make in my new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven would probably be cookies! Thank you for the chance!

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  391. AnneMarie Chiappetta 392

    The first thing I would bake is mini pumpkin spice bread for my guests to take home after holiday dinner.

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  392. Paula Holloway 393

    Cinnamon toast using thick slices of homemade white bread

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  393. RTH 394

    I, too, was raised with a toaster oven and can’t imagine life without one! Since we make toast everyday in our house, toast would definitely be the first thing cooked in the countertop oven. …..and because we are bread crazy here, my boys would probably follow with Crescent rolls!

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  394. Kristin 395

    The first thing I would make is creme brulee! Our torch isn’t working properly, and my gas oven won’t brulee the tops properly, so it’s been quite a while since I have been able to make a good creme brulee at home.

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  395. Kara Mercado 396

    The first thing I would make is chocolate chip cookies!

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  396. Helen Katy Blair 397

    I would be SO excited to win this beautiful oven! The first thing I would likely make is a Shepherd’s Pie!

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  397. Linda Ketzner 398

    Being a Retired Chef at the age of 66 I would love to use this oven for daily use trying new recipes.. Still love trying new ideas to share with the public! Just finished creating a new menu for a Hunting Lodge in Wyoming serving hundreds of executive hunters! What a treat it would be to create food items with the oven.

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  398. B 399

    I would make my egg “muffins.” They are perfect for breakfast on the go during the week. They are the perfect breakfast combination: eggs, bacon, pancetta and cheese.

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  399. Diane Mrakitsch 400

    Roasted Parmesan acorn squash

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  400. Betsy 401

    I would make dinner rolls for my next family holiday celebration.

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  401. patti kaufman 402

    I would use this for most meals which are smaller these days since its just my husband and myself most of the time. but i would love to use it to make stuffed mushrooms for Thanksgiving!

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  402. jesse gonzales 403

    Wolf! what a awesome product.

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  403. Stacey F 404

    I am on a popover kick right now. It would be so fun to try in this oven! That thing looks amazing!

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  404. Betsy O 405

    Gingerbread for a Pumpkin Gingerbread Trifle.

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  405. Patricia Miller 406

    It’s about that time of year, so I think I’d probably make cookies!

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  406. Tabitha 407

    Pumpkin french toast casserole!

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  407. Patricia Payne 408

    I would bake miniature pumpkin breads. Gorgeous oven.

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  408. Ken Wilson 409

    The 1st thing I would bake is my eggnog cheescake in time for the holidays!

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  409. Would start with your muffins and make many things all day long and into the night. What a fantastic oven this is. I would love it!!!

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  410. kristen pace 411

    I’ll bring this into my office and make fresh bread for my coworkers!

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  411. I would make such good use of this oven. So versatile – gets the creative juices flowing!

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  412. Bob Jarrett 413

    “What’s the first thing you would make in your new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven?”

    That would probably be some Holiday Turkey Jalapeno Poppers. All my family will be congregating at our home for the holidays and we all just love poppers!

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  413. I can’t wat to try this! Christmas cookies!

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  414. Pizza! Lots of pizza :)

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  415. Jennifer nowe 416

    I would try bread, just as a great way to compare it
    to my oven.

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  416. Dawn 417

    I would love to make my Christmas cookies in this oven! :)

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  417. Joshua Edinborough 418

    This oven is amazing! Way better than my Electrolux.

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  418. amy 419

    This would be an awesome addition. Very nice!

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  419. Sarah Lefebvre 420

    I would bake something using the 9×13 capability. I currently use a different counter top oven, but am restricted in its use by the interior size. Love that this one is so much roomier!

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  420. Renee Smith 421

    Cool! I’d love to try baking some molten chocolate lava cakes.

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  421. Brenda M 422

    Christmas cookies!

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  422. Andrea Farmer 423

    Homemade artisan breads are always top on my list. I’d have to make 7 grain wheat bread and honey butter to bless a friend or a neighbor!

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  423. Stacey Iofredo 424

    It is gorgeous! I would love to have this so that my four year old twins and I can cook together! They love to help me bake so I envision us doing lots of baking of blueberry muffins and cupcakes! I would also love to try and cook salmon in it too!!!

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  424. Rusty H 425

    Cookies. Lots and lots of cookies.

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  425. I think pumpkin spice muffins or pork tenderloin and I’m intrigued by the proofing function. Could use it for Thanksgiving.

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  426. Kristi S 427

    The first thing I would make with this would be homemade corn muffins… I just got a mini muffin tin, and would love to try it out. My birthday is on the 17th, so this would be an awesome gift!

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  427. Juan Ortiz 428

    I would make pizza!

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  428. Pat 429

    The first thing I’d make in it is Christmas cookies!

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  429. I would make meatloaf and bread.

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  430. Juan Ortiz 431

    Pizza!

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  431. Cally 432

    I think I’d have to make naan pizzas. Loads of bubbly, melty cheese and just the perfect amount of crunch to the crust!

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  432. I would make a big batch of cinnamon rolls on Thanksgiving morning .

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  433. I would bake some kraut burgers in my new Wolf countertop oven.

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  434. april 435

    I use my toaster oven for all my oven needs and it’s dying as we speak. So I’d make whatever my next dinner was – lasagna? chicken kiev?

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  435. The first thing you would make in your new Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven is biscuits!

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  436. Avery K. 437

    I’m in awe! That toaster oven looks amazing!! I would love to roast a chicken in it!

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  437. I would most definitely make my almost famous maple bacon mini cheesecakes!!!

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  438. Terry Cross 439

    One of the first things I would make is biscuits

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  439. Marion 440

    It is raining & cooler here now and that puts me in the mood for breakfast sausage balls!

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  440. Marianna 441

    I would bake a tray of ginger sparkle cookies

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  441. Kim in MD 442

    The first thing I would bake in this beautiful oven is a batch of pumpkin muffins. Wolf/Subzero make the best appliances!

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  442. Christie R 443

    Tough decision, I think I would bake some cookies for the grandbabies

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  443. Ray 444

    Brownies!

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  444. GloriaT 445

    I would do my veggie sides for Thanksgiving in this oven! Baked yams, roasted brussels sprouts, and oh yeah! Heat up the bread that was made earlier!

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  445. Shannon 446

    I would make pizza! All my kids love pizza and they would have a fun time making them!

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  446. Paul Storm 447

    I would bake the gooey root beer chocolate cake that i got from your website! it is quite sinful

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  447. Bronwyn Zaugg 448

    The oven looks wonderful. Love your site and the great, mouthwatering recipes. Have tried a few and they were even better than I hoped. Plan on trying many more. Best wishes for great ideas and cooking. Great contest!

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  448. Milissa MacCormick 449

    I would make a huge batch of seasonal roasted veggies (maybe diced assorted squashes, sweet potato and turnip). I love roasting veggies until carmelized so it seems like a sweet sinful treat (but it’s really really healthy). This awsome appliance has plenty of room so I can fit enough in for my family of 6 (4 hungry kids)!

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  449. Laura Chandler 450

    The first thing I would make is my favorite pumpkin cake which i got right off this site!!
    link to noblepig.com

    I just love this site and what you do! This fellow Oregonian has been teaching her teen to cook based off your recipes!

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  450. Mandi 451

    The first thing I would make in the oven is an awesome huge bacon and extra cheese home-made pizza. I have heard great things about wolf/subzero products!

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  451. Liv 452

    A batch of Pão de queijo!

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  452. Kim Buckley 453

    The first thing I would make would be Carrot Muffins, they are my favorites, as my waistline can attest to.

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  453. Toni Fenton 454

    What a beautiful oven! Oh, what I would do for this! I have an old range in my kitchen that is unreliable at best. Cookies never come out the same. I have my old standby countertop toaster oven, which I have just about used to death. I’ve heard about Wolf and would love to own one, unfortunately our budget doesn’t look good for either a range or even a toaster oven, so I hope I win this!!

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  454. Lynne 455

    I will make Chocolate Avacado Cookies, Salt and Vinegar Potatoes with Rosemary, and Baked Mustard Ham and Cheese Sliders. Maybe not in that order, but definitely all in the same day!! :)

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  455. Julie Allen 456

    This oven looks awesome!
    First thing I would make is my slow baked bread & herbs
    for my stuffing so I will be ready for Thanksgiving next week!!

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  456. Angi Baum 457

    I live in a rental that came equipped with a very sub-par oven, and it has hindered my cooking and makes doing what I love rather unenjoyable. I’d love to win this, and I’d first cook the roast I’ve been wanting to make – and then some holiday cookies! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway opportunity!

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  457. Betty Weiss 458

    First I would probably make some apple crisp in ramekins as it is my favorite dessert at the moment.

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  458. Tonette 459

    Probably a bagel. Ha!

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  459. R. Vinson 460

    I would make cranberry muffins for Thanksgiving! Yum!! Thanks for the chance.

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  460. Nicole 461

    The first thing I would make is chocolate chip cookies.

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  461. Sue Todd 462

    Christmas cookies!

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  462. Diane in Cincinnati 463

    brownies!

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  463. Scott 464

    Roasted vegetables. Lots of them.

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  464. Suzanna Moore Sandoval 465

    Cinnamon toast!

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  465. Christy Taylor 466

    Roasted brussel sprouts with bacon, feta cheese and balsamic glaze, and a sweet potato casserole (not in that order).

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  466. Great to hear that you’re loving this Wolf Countertop Oven. I’ve had my eye on it at Sur La Table for months…..

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  467. Heidi Renner 468

    I would like to make a fruit pizza or cinnamon rolls.

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  468. Gloria Richards 469

    I would bake some cinnamon rolls <3

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  469. Mandy 470

    Hmm… access to an oven that would actually keep the correct temperature?!? I’m not sure what I would make first. I don’t think I could wait. I would most likely bake a frozen pizza while stirring the cookie batter for the cookies I would make in the oven.

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  470. Heather Spooner 471

    I’d like to use it to cook a meatloaf. Thanks!

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  471. John Sorensen 472

    would have to be some parmesan crisps *ala Alton Brown for me!

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  472. L. Hansen 473

    I would make my families carrot casserole dish in a 9 x 13 pan for Thanksgiving!

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  473. Shelby W. 474

    A rib roast! Great giveaway thanks for hosting.

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  474. Amanda Drescher 475

    Honestly? Tuna noodle casserole! (A recent craving.) Or roasted brussel sprouts, because seasonal. And yum.

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  475. Leslie Gaunt 476

    Wow, I know I would use this every single day – probably multiple times a day! I’d have to say the first thing I would make would be brownies…with lasagna and enchiladas following close behind!

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  476. Andrew Cupak 477

    The first thing a would make are my Mom’s Holiday Cookies!
    Thanks for the chance, Andy

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  477. Traci Ross 478

    I like to break in new appliances with the classics. This time it would definitely be chocolate chip cookies.

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  478. Debra Crawford 479

    Oooooooo! I so need this in my kitchen:-)

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  479. i would love to give it to my son. made pancakes . sitting at table to eat, and al of a sudden his glass top stove, exploded…it is cracked and glass all over in a thousand pieces…..he called the company, and said sorry. but they wont do anything about it….

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  480. Priscilla Lynch 481

    bagel!

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  481. Star (Lin) Aasved 482

    The true test of a counter-top oven is baking; I’d make my deep, dark chocolate cake.

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  482. Debora Mahan 483

    We r building a ranch home! We could not afford the full wolf oven but we were able to purchase the Wolf cook top!
    I would really love this toaster oven!
    In honor of Wolf, I would bake a stuffed pork loin!
    Thank you for considering me,
    Debora

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  483. Becky Lee 484

    I would make my grandma’s German crumb cake!

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  484. Angela Alpaugh 485

    The first thing I would make is a breakfast quiche. Thank you for a great giveaway!

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  485. Mark Braunschweig 486

    To be honest, I probably wouldn’t be able to wait to make something complex and delicious, it would probably be toast lol. After that, maybe a cheesecake or pot roast in a Dutch oven?

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  486. jamie 487

    I love to make chocolate chip zucchini muffins in our old vintage toaster oven! However, the first thing that would likely be made are chicken nuggets for my picky eater. grrr!

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  487. Donna Plewes 488

    I would LOVE this…I currently have a 5 year old Bevill and am looking at Wolf Instead. How exciting this would be!!!!

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