When it comes to hot wings, it makes no sense to f—k around. Since Tabasco perfected hot sauce 140 years ago with their signature recipe, we’re pretty sure their Buffalo style sauce is up to snuff. You wouldn’t want wimpy wings would you?
With twenty essential stainless steel tools for total barbecue devastation, the only thing missing from the BBQ Briefcase is a set of handcuffs for the handle. When you’re carrying this thing, you’re on a one-man mission to kill at the grill.
Maybe now is the time to grant your inner frat boy just one last wish. Call it atonement to the Gods Of Beer. I mean, you’ve played it pretty safe. Good job, normal haircut. Look at this thing. All stainless like a Delorean, pressurized tap. It’s on wheels, man. The thing carries a keg. Grow a set and roll one of these into your life.
Meatloaf is awesome. Not the singer, he’s weird looking. We’re talking about the food; the American home-cooked classic. Everyones grandma has their own special family recipe, but unless your granny snuck bacon into hers, we’ve got her beat. Bacon equals better. Check it out.
For over 30 years, outdoor chefs and true grill masters have relied on the superb design of Grillworks freestanding grills. It’s all about the manual cast aluminum crank wheel that lets you adjust the height of the cooking surface for perfect grilling temps at all times. All stainless steel construction, made in the USA.
Having a barbecue usually means you’ll be drinking while you cook. For this reason alone, the Pit Mitt is a good idea. Its magical, heat-resistant material allows you to do stupid stuff like reaching into the red-hot coals for a mushroom or picking up a 475º burger. It will also grip your beer nicely. Maybe get two.
Down home cookin’. What does that really mean? It means the food isn’t just a decoration for the plate, it’s made for chowing down. It’s hearty and maybe not healthy. Barbecued ribs qualify. Especially, when they’re spiced & glazed up with a root beer marinade. Fire up the grill, we’ve got the recipe right here.
When whiskey ages in a barrel evaporation claims a small amount, called the Angel’s Share. What soaks into the wood is called the Devil’s Cut. Jim Beam distillers have now developed a process to extract this evil shit from the wood. They’re blending it into a new 90-proof bourbon called the Devil’s Cut. It’s smooth, earthy and delicious as hell.
Every bottle of booze, wine or spirits you buy should come with a cap. If for some reason it doesn’t or you lost it, you can use this rooster-shaped one. It’s red, it’s elegant, but its name is really all that matters. It’s called the Cock Blocker. The name alone is worth the eight bucks. Isn’t it?
If you eat the heat, this new, but quite old, Tabasco will fire you up. Aged up to eight years, Tabasco Family Reserve has been made available to the public for the first time. Like fine wine or Scotch, aging adds complexity & depth to the flavor of these Louisiana peppers.