Could you eat sushi for breakfast? Maybe if it was this Breakfast Sushi, which doesn’t contain rice or fish or seaweed but instead, a mixture of eggs, cheese, & tater tots wrapped in bacon. Yes you would.
Step up your grilling game with the Pigtail, a heavy duty steak-turner made from of a salvaged railroad spike by Carolina Shuckers. In addition to the Pigtail, they offer a whole range of oyster shucking knives and summer party essentials, all made with salvaged steel.
Hank The Beer Tank gives you fresh, ice-cold draft beer at home & anywhere else you might need to pull a few pints. At half the size of a normal kegerator, it features a compressor chiller that needs no ice or water, and Hank is capable of running on power from your car lighter. It will dominate tailgate season, every season.
Remember to corn-on-the-cob yourself in the face this summer. But don’t just jam it into the family-size tub of margarine like usual, elevate that ear. Cook it on the grill and when it’s done, dress it up with a little squeeze of citrusy lime, a few sprigs of cilantro, and a dash of smoked paprika.
It’s a portable stone-bake oven that will cook your 12-inch pizza in 90 seconds. Or bake bread, roast meats, veggies, desserts, & more. Choose a charcoal or gas-powered model—both reach optimum cooking heat in just 15 minutes. Collapsible legs make it easy to throw in your car’s trunk for off-site pizza parties.
A gallon of beer breaks down to roughly eleven 12-ounce bottles. And that’s how much beer you can fit in this mini keg. The Stainless steel ManCan runs off a pressure-regulating CO2 cartridge and features a standard keg tap. Once full, it keeps your beer carbonated & fresh for up to a week.
London-based SWIG is a brand specializing in high quality hip flasks. Their contoured 6 oz. chrome flask is a classic and is dressed up with stylish slip covers in materials like Spanish leather & Harris Tweeds.
The GoSun Grill is a compact, tabletop grill powered by the sun. The design is clean & simple & your food is cooked in a glass vacuum-walled cylinder that remains cool to the touch. And because it has a battery that can store up to 2-hours worth of power, it can even cook when the clouds roll in or after the sun goes down. via
We should all eat more lasagna. And we might, if it was easier to make. Well, now it is—we found this slow-cooker recipe that takes a lot less effort than baking. Simply load the ingredients into your Crock Pot, crank up the heat & walk away. 3-4 hours later you’ll be feasting.