Quick, before the leftover St. Patty’s Day corned beef starts turning green, turn it into hash. This recipe is about as difficult as frying an egg—and actually, if you can pull off cooking both the hash & the egg, you’ll have yourself quite the breakfast.
Is Jack Daniel’s going to stand idly by while Fireball cinnamon whiskey eats into its market share? Hell, no. So, say hello to Jack Daniel’s latest variant: Tennessee Fire. It’s a 70-proof liqueur, it tastes like cinnamon and makes you feel funny after you drink some. Available April 2014.
You’re not the only guy who uses the beer opener more than any other tool in the workshop, so why isn’t your opener professional grade? The magnetic openers from the Woodthumb workshop come mounted on your choice of solid walnut or a slat from a bourbon barrel and they mean business.
Feels kinda sleezy asking for an ice cube in your chardonnay, because let’s face it, chardonnay is sleazy enough on its own. These freeze cooling wine glasses offer the chill of ice without watering down your wine. Nothing sleazy about that.
Trade in your boring existence for the unending parade of satisfaction, respect, and grilled meat that comes with being a high profile Professional Barbecuer. When you take that leap, this will be your Excalibur: the Gaucho Grill, a 726 square-inch height-adjustable wood-fired grill with a 36-inch spoked Santa Maria wheel and a chain-driven rotisserie.
The Miracle Machine reduces the sacred craft of winemaking into an idiot-proof, automated process that takes not years but just a couple days. So, idiot today, vintner by Wednesday. Sound good? All the materials you need are available on the M.M. website where you also download the free app that takes you effortlessly through the whole process.
This is the G-Wagen of smokers. The Frontiersman Competition Smoker from Yoder is a 1.5-ton, tow-behind mobile unit with over 2000 sq. inches of cooking surface. Basically, yeah, Brontosaurus burgers for the whole crowd.