Proper pre-game plans always include food. And beer. These beer-brined and Sriracha slathered chicken skewers combine your two tailgate staples into one spicy, easy-to-eat recipe that will get you geared up for the game.
If what you want is something that can be found hanging from the ceiling in a butcher shop, you can try all those weird pumps & pills but if you’re serious about improving your sausage, this book is a much better investment. The secrets to superior Salumi, sausage, and other meaty goods are all in here.
When one of your bros can’t open a beer with the edge of his iPhone or any random handheld object found anywhere, it’s a little sad. But when even a twist-off requires a special tool, you’re getting into secondhand embarrassment territory. That said, handing him this 2.5-pound stainless steel bottle opener will make you both feel better.
If you’re going to make your own iced tea, this is the iced tea maker you need. The Tea-Jay instantly brews it exactly how you want it. Just add ice, and/or juice, syrup, fruit, herbs, & of course, the tea & watch it work.
Yes, beer does make everything better. Even cake. San Diego-based PubCakes has developed Craft Beer Cake Mixes that blend high-quality dry ingredients with beer. They’ve got 4 flavors: Chocolate Stout, Belgian Spice, Cocoa Porter, & Vanilla Ale. Add your favorite brand of beer, bake & say buh-bye to Betty Crocker.
If you’re sick of sucking down goo packets and chomping on flavorless sports bars while pedaling, hiking, climbing, or running, this cookbook will seriously upgrade your on-the-go meals with tasty, practical recipes created by sports specialist Dr. Allen Lim and chef Biju Thomas.
That’s right, a chocolate bar filled with whiskey. Specifically, Swiss milk chocolate filled with Jack. Great for snacking or sneaking into jail, rehab, or your daughter’s recital; pretty much any occasion.
Ever dreamed of turning your iPhone into a meat thermometer? No, not the start of a joke. An actual product. Range Smart thermometers plug into your phone & not only monitor the precise temp of whatever you’re cooking but it also creates graphs and charts you can use to perfect your recipes. Of course if you’re a microwave-only chef, as many of us are, you will not need this.