Don’t let your inability to cook keep you from heating things up in the kitchen. If you can turn on the stove, you’ve got what it takes to make Bubble Up Pizza. And anything with the word pizza in the name is worth a try. Right?
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.
It’s that magical time of the year when having a beer opener in your back pocket is essential. This one is Proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. from thick heat-treated, high-grade stainless steel. No bottle stands a chance against this thing. Bring on the holiday parties!
Breaking out your culinary specialty “bacon and eggs” is not going to impress anyone. But follow these simple steps on how to upgrade your recipe and you’ll be on your way to chef-dom. It’s bacon and eggs served in toast cups. Yeah, toast cups. Think you have what it takes?
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.