A little Kahlua & milk in the mustache is one thing, but the Dude would not be down for Sombrero rings on the table or spills on the rug. Definitely not the rug. If you want to keep the whole living room tied together, get a stack of letter-press Lebowski paper coasters. No mess, no stress.
As a rule, Scotch drinkers aren’t normally in the market for something “new” to drink. Generally, they’re looking for something old. But, Johnnie Walker Double Black could change that. This new blend adds heavily peated malts and is aged in charred oak barrels for an even deeper, smokier flavor.
Get gourmet cuts of meat directly from the source. Williams-Sonoma’s Butcher Shop service delivers fine Kobe beef, free-range steaks and other delicacies from the supplier, straight to your door. All you have to do is cook it.
On the way to play your Dad’s Day 18, make one pit stop and get everything you need for a round on the links. No, not at the Pro Shop. Stop in the beer aisle at the supermarket. If you’re lucky, you’ll find these Ultimate special-edition six-packs featuring 5 Michelob Ultras and a 3-sleeve of Bridgestone e-6 golf balls.
A new Oreo? The iconic cookie will soon be available in a new Triple Double formula: 3 stacked cookie wafers packed with chocolate frosting on one side & vanilla on the other. If you feel left out of America’s obesity epidemic or diabetes crisis, these cookies can put you on the fast track to the big leagues.
Jerky is an ancient, traditional man food. Dried, spiced meats have been enjoyed by us carnivores for thousands of years. It is foundational. But the ultra-processed, shrink-wrapped stuff you find in the gas station is no bueno. You’ll be amazed how easy it is to make your own much healthier, more tasty jerky. We’ve got three recipes, give one a try.
If you’re not mothering over the grill every minute, it’s easy to turn bomb-ass steaks into slabs of dried-up jerky. It even happens to us pros, but here’s an easy way to keep things juicy. Simply fill these cast iron grill humidifiers with water, beer or juices, and the steam they release will keep your meat moist.
Actor & Vintner, Supermodel & Organic Farmer—aren’t these celebrity side projects just tax shelters? Of course…but who cares? Don’t knock legendary film Director, David Lynch’s coffee until you’ve tried it. Made with organic beans from Mexico, Africa & Indonesia, Lynch formulated a full range of robust blends worthy of his name.
Here’s a solid way to chill your shots. Pop these soapstone shot glasses in the freezer for a bit and they’ll be ready when the guests arrive. Milled in Perkinsville, Vermont at the nation’s oldest soapstone workshop, they come in sets of four each holding 2 ounces of your favorite spirit.