There are several smart meat thermometers out there but the Meater is the first one that’s totally wireless. It monitors your meat’s internal temp as well as the ambient temp to ensure precise cooking in the oven, on the grill or in the smoker. When your meat is ready, the Meater alerts you via bluetooth. Works with Android & iOS devices.
It turns out that refined Italian design and beer go pretty good together. Proof: this collection of beer glasses from Sempli & designer Daniele Semerano. Each of the four glasses was specifically designed for IPA, Pilsner, Pint or 12-ounce bottles.
For some, fall is sweater season. For the more evolved among us, cool autumn weather makes this the time for serious sandwiches. Chicken, apples, & brie make great combo in a salad but imagine it all melted between two slabs of your favorite bread. Add a dark beer and uh, see you after your nap.
Italian cycling brand Campagnolo knows a thing or two about mechanical advantage. Created by the company’s founder in 1966, the oversized Big Corkscrew applies decades of Italian engineering & design wizardry to the popping of bottles.
Sriracha makes everything taste better. Duh. Now, they’re putting it on popcorn, too. Which is much easier than doing so yourself.
Oregon-based Union Wine Co. puts their wine in a can. Makes sense, right? No corkscrew or wine glass needed. Choose their Oregon-grown rosé, pinot noir or pinot gris. Sold in 4-packs.
Jack Daniel’s exclusive Single Barrel Collection is growing with the release of the brand’s new Barrel Proof Tennessee Whiskey. This is Jack in its purest form, unfiltered & uncut straight from the barrel, ranging in strength from 125-140 proof. It features intense aromas & a deep amber color yet offers exceptional smoothness.
When tasty stuff falls through the gaps in the grill, you suck. But with this nonstick grill pan that features a PFOA-free nonstick coating, you’ll have a hard time blowing it. The 11.5-inch diameter pan has a perforated design that allows you to get the nice fiery char on your grilled goods without the risk of dropping it in the coals.
Purists prefer charcoal grilling to gas and the Homping Grill makes the choice even easier, in a portable, streamlined design that uses a fan and a special ignition gel to heat the charcoal up to 400º cooking temps in just 3-4 minutes. The battery-powered fan also helps make the Homping Grill nearly smokeless.