Unless you wear a white chef’s coat at your day job, lamb is not an item on most guys’ grocery list, but there’s no reason it shouldn’t be. Lamb is as easy to prepare as any of its four-legged fellows. This recipe for lamb kebab sliders turn the somewhat exotic meat into certified dude food while a simple but savory coriander mint mayo adds gourmet flair.
By the 1970s, decades of divestment and inner-city strife had taken its toll on New York City’s South Bronx. Burned out buildings, street crime and unrestrained violence ruled the streets. The cops couldn’t keep up and NYPD’s South Bronx precinct became known as Fort Apache; an outpost under attack. In this hard-boiled 1981 police drama, Paul Newman plays a veteran cop trying to maintain his humanity in a brutally hostile corner of the Big Apple.
When her parent’s come by, try to keep them out of the room that you covered with Imperial Forces wallpaper. We like it, too. It’s high-quality and hand-screened and features Darth, Boba Fett, and the rest of our buddies from the empire. But don’t let them see it. They won’t understand and it will be awkward.
At the risk of losing customers to Porsche, BMW, and even their sister brand Jeep, Maserati is moving into the luxury SUV market. If inflated European sports cars with 4-wheel drive get your blood pumping, this Italian beauty might cause a coronary. The big square-nosed beast will come outfitted with a ferocious Ferrari-built motor and absolutely dripping with luxurious detail; there are also rumors it’ll be assembled in the good ol’ USA.
Even if you know nothing about jazz, you know you should know about Miles Davis. This new 22-disc collection from Sony links the many stages of this jazz giant’s inexhaustible output into a full-spectrum catalog of his finest works. In a consistently progressive career spanning six decades, Miles redefined and redirected the jazz movement no less than four times. This collection will entertain and educate you with the best of our wholly American art form called jazz.
Volvo’s rep has been built on safety and reliability. Boring stuff. But the latest leaks out of Stockholm offer a peak at the brand’s upmarket push. The concept You is a far cry from the “Swedish bricks” of yore; rounder and sexier for sure. No details are out on the performance or drive-train, but luxury features like eye-activated touchscreen controls, an advanced audio system and suicide rear doors give a glimpse of Volvo’s new direction.
Johnny Depp dressing up like a swashbuckler is sweet, but real pirates, like the ones roving off the coast of war-torn Somalia, are scary. For years they’ve been hijacking million-dollar tankers in international waters but when they captured a U.S. ship, America finally took notice. Somalia’s seas are considered the most dangerous in the world. Journalist Jay Bahadur risked his life to infiltrate the underground world and bring back the real story of modern piracy. Shocking and true.
Is it safe to assume we all know what it means when the “turtle pokes it’s head out of the shell”? Okay, good. Well, apply that principle to a pen and you’ve got the basic premise behind Turtle Pens. They’re refillable and made of stainless steel and they also come packaged in a sturdy stainless case.
Here’s a great idea that actually happened. Instead of pitching used bottles into the landfill or running them through the energy-intensive loop of recycling, they’re simply cut, refinished and used as tumblers, thereby significantly tightening the loop and reducing the footprint, two amazing reasons to tip one back.
This saw is called the Trans4mer. Cool name, right? Imagine the delight of the poor bastard in marketing at Rockwell who spent months trying to figure out a catchy name for a cordless jigsaw that converts to reciprocating saw, when he finally came up with this one. How many beers do you think the dude drank after dropping this bomb of a name on the product managers? The answer is many. And if you don’t know what a reciprocating saw is, you don’t need one yet.