If a decorated, career military man like General Tso is willing to don an apron and create an incredible chicken recipe, you should be too. We’ll even give you the instructions on how to do it right, tough guy.
Most people take their old, scratched up lens filters and rip fools off selling them on eBay as “New, in original packaging.” Dallas-based up-cycler Joel Malone found something else to do with them. He uses them for drink coasters. Good thinking, man.
Made of cold-rolled steel then crimped to stack together, these nesting shot glasses come in three different finishes. If you and shot glasses have a sketchy relationship, maybe don’t get the slippery Teflon-coated set, shots pour out of those way too easily.
As the old tale goes, Canada’s Frozen Ghost vodka is distilled with water from a haunted lake. And it’s not just that. The ghost is an old man who was actually pushed in and froze in the lake. They say it’s distilled six times for ultimate purity but it’s probably just to make sure there are no chunks of old man in it.
If you have high blood pressure or hemorrhoids, you’ll probably want to stay away from coffee-rubbed barbecue burgers. But if mentioning ’roids twice hasn’t caused you to lose your appetite already, this is a recipe you’ll honestly want to try.
Traditional processes and heritage craft are turning back the clock on everything from fashion to food. Booze, too. In the roaring ’20s Prohibition era everyone drank bathtub gin, they had no other choice. Fact is, bathtub gin is just grain alcohol infused with flavor. And no, it’s not actually made in a bathtub. You can probably handle it as long as you don’t jump behind the wheel of your model-T after imbibing.
It is because of products like this one that it’s called the “Dirty South.” Mixing Southern Comfort and Tabasco sauce is a powerful pairing of southern spices. The Fiery Pepper blend is meant to be sweet and a little hot, which sounds good if you sip responsibly but for the frat boys who shoot it out of their noses, this stuff will be lethal.