If you’ve been pondering how to take your brick oven cooking skills on the road, the Relic has you covered; it’s a portable brick oven with a stylish, durable, modular & most importantly, mobile design. The combination of a built-in firebox & lightweight dome create temps between 800-1100 degrees—exactly what you want for perfect brick oven pizza. The Relic fits directly onto 22” kettle-style grills like Weber’s Silver & Gold models.
Sure, it looks like a trash can but it cooks as good as any high-end grill. The Po’ Man is a simple and solid charcoal grill with the capacity to cook more meat than you can shake a skewer at. It is vented from the bottom where the coal box sits beneath the adjustable-level steel grill grates.
Portland, Oregon-based North Drinkware has added a new peak to their mountain-inspired pint glass offerings. Made of handblown, lead-free glass, the California pint features a topographically accurate mold of Yosemite’s Half Dome in the base. North also offers pints featuring Oregon’s Mount Hood & Washington’s Mount Rainier.
The stainless steel Machete Spatula is designed to handle all your flipping needs on the grill or griddle. It’s lightweight with an ergonomic wooden handle & a built-in bottle opener.
M Grills are made in Texas using high quality 10-gauge steel & the M1 backyard cooker is built like a tank to deliver gold medal results whether you’re smoking, searing or grilling. It features an adjustable height charcoal grate, a welded firebox, all stainless steel grates, and a American-made Tel-Tru thermometer accurate to within 1 degree.
If you think of barbeque as serious work, you’ll see the obvious utility of this metal toolbox grill. Open the steel carrying handles & it folds out to 8 X 15” grill with an elevated warming rack. There’s a removable tray for easy cleaning & changing the charcoal & it’s finished with super-high temp paint.
Vodka is definitely not the #1 export from Humboldt County but this small batch vodka gets its rich aroma and smooth finish from the region’s main cash crop. Infused with legal, local cannabis, the 80-proof specialty spirit gives you the essence of good bud without the THC.
Generally speaking, homemade chili is pretty simple to make. All the ingredients go into one pot, add spices, and just let it do its thing. This recipe ups the ante with the addition of a bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale, which is proven to give the flavor of chili a little extra snap.
Beer. It truly does makes everything better. And if you’re having a few, you’ll need some snacks. We found an easy way for you to fortify that bowl of mixed nuts on the bar with some home-cooked craft and flavor: Coat them with a mixture of boiled molasses and your favorite ale & throw them in the oven to get glazed.