Heads up party people, box wine just got a little less embarrassing. Instead of a cardboard box, wine comes in a cask made from a real military surplus ammo box with a built-in tap. Ready made kits let you (or your unsuspecting guests) tap into 3-liters of the wine of your choice. You can also join the20wines.com wine club for regular refills.
The little holiday break is a great time to dig into a good book. Especially one with such an outrageous plot. Remember to read responsibly.
Nothing screams amateur like pouring a highball into a rocks glass. If you’re still trying to visualize that last sentence, you might want this set of 17 bar glasses. Equip yourself, study up and you’ll soon be pouring proper.
If you went to the doctor like you’re supposed to, he’d probably tell you to take a day or two each week and eliminate meat. Especially the good, red, delicious kind. Well, we’ve got an alternative that packs a lot of flavor and a decent dose of protein. What is it? It’s rice and beans, man, Cuban style.
If you’re a drinker and a gambler, you’ll feel like the luckiest guy alive every time you draw this card. Beer opener, stainless steel, wallet size, winning.
Cardboard is good for boxes but it’s not the greatest flavor for a sandwich. Or a soup. If you’ve got a Mobile Foodie Survival Kit in your pocket, you can give cardboard cuisine a dash of flavor with your own handy array of organic herbs and spices. They’re small, stackable and stashable.
Every grill out there can cook burgers and dogs but only this one can also make your fries. At its center is a 20oz. deep fryer for french fries or anything else you want to boil in oil and around the fryer are surfaces including a grill, skillet, warming plate, and even a cutting board. Source
Even though it can get a little bloody, cooking steak is not brain surgery. In fact it’s about as easy as cooking gets. But cooking the perfect steak? That takes not just meat & heat but technique. Check this tutorial and recipe out. (Click “view recipe” below)
This flat, compact titanium pocket tool from Denmark’s Ansø knife brand opens beers. It also has a few more functions and does a bunch of other stuff but who gives a shit? We repeat, it opens beers.
We know nothing can ever replace the old-fashioned pocket flask, but if you occasionally wince from the bite of straight liquor, this triple bar set from classic British boozers Daines & Hathaway is worth a look. It won’t fit in your pocket, but with three 3 stainless flasks, you triple your options for mixing & imbibing on the go.