Believe it or not ketchup can be homemade. Granted, you ‘d have to be pretty hard up for something to do to go ahead and follow this recipe but we’re trying to set a good example here.
All over America there are ongoing regional battles over who’s got the best barbecue. But down in Texas, they’ve reached a ceasefire. Southside Market is the oldest and best BBQ in the state. They’ve been smoking since 1882 and now you can get their mouthwatering creations delivered to your door.
Homebrewing means beer, usually. But if you’re a non-drinker or just want to make your own batch of healthy, probiotic tea, Kombucha Brooklyn offers complete kits for making your own. If you’ve never tried Kombucha, try some before buying the kit, it’s definitely an acquired taste.
A leather six-pack carrier is more practical than you’d think. Okay, it’s really not but it looks cool. Kinda like bondage gear for your beer.
Carved and sculpted entirely from pink Himalayan salt, this set of shot glasses with matching serving tray will add the perfect snap of saltiness to your favorite tequila.
This 3-piece set of foldable stainless steel grilling tools will fit in the drawer. We were floored, too. The sturdy, wood-handled spatula, fork, and tongs come in a handsome wooden carrying case. Perfect for the obsessed grill-master in your life.
It’s a bar in a briefcase so why call it the “Football”? Glad you asked. It’s named after the “nuclear decision making tool” built for the President after the Cuban Missile Crisis as part of Operation Dropkick. JFK nicknamed it the football. The name stuck. True story.
Wine-making is like sex for the elderly. You know there’s surely some magic at work in the process but there’s nothing aesthetically pleasing about it. This home-brew wine installation lets you guide your wine’s maturing process while putting it on display in your home. And as you can see this looks much better than old people humping.