Yeah, the seatbelt buckle in your car is a really good beer opener but not when you’re drinking in the house. For those beers, you could use something like this brass bottle opener from New York-based Fort Standard. Four styles available, all made of solid cast bronze.
The holidays are for drinking so tell them you have enough sweaters and you want this: The Whiskey Wedge. It’s a silicone mold that lets you make a mini glacier in your glass to create a perfect 50-50 mix of ice and whiskey that looks almost as good as it tastes.
The Tequila Advent Calendar gives you 24 reasons to look forward to Christmas. Behind each window is a 3cl sample of holiday cheer from a variety of leading and artisanal tequila producers.
She says you’re in charge of making the stuffing because even a 6-year old could make stuffing. But if you’re gonna do it, let us help you do it properly. This cornbread stuffing recipe includes 2 of the 3 food groups: Sriracha and sausage. It’ll take 30 minutes to prepare, but that’s a half hour well spent.
This pocket-sized cocktail kit includes everything needed to mix up a proper Old-Fashioned on your next flight. The compact carry-on tin contains a recipe card, spoon / muddler , aromatic bitters, cane sugar, and a linen coaster. Just hit that call button and order some nips.
Seattle-based American Blown makes artisan-crafted hand-blown glassware using traditional methods and processes that elevate their simple, everyday drinking glasses to works of art.
SteakChamp stainless steel thermometers take the guesswork out of cooking your steaks perfectly. With different thermometers available for Rare, Medium Rare, Medium, & Medium Well cooking, they feature lights that flash when finished.
Your EDC kit is about to get a serious upgrade. This Sriracha travel bottle holds 1.25 oz. of the world’s awesomest condiment and features a convenient clip-on carabiner so your sauce is always within reach. TSA-approved travel size.
A healthy dose of fresh herb will improve the flavor of any meal. And women worldwide would attest that wine helps, too. This recipe calls for both. Roasted chicken with white wine and herbs is a classic, easy-to-make meal but as you prep yourself with wine and herbs, don’t forget to add the chicken.