To further abuse a worn and hackneyed marketing tagline, yes, there’s an app for that. Get your meat done right without having to mother over the grill. Tip a few back with your guests instead, letting this Bluetooth-enabled thermometer send updates to the iGrill app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Track temps and cooking times on the grill from anywhere in your house.
Some things are just meant to go together. Tender Kobe beef and rich Cabernet wine is a culinary match made in heaven. Now you devoted foodies can join an exclusive club that offers both. Treat your palate to bold Cabernets from Signorello Estates, a boutique Napa Valley vineyard and succulent American-style Kobe beef from Idaho’s Snake River Farms. This gourmet Kobe & Cabernet combo will be shipped overnight right to your door.
If you’re a know it all, you already know that the 101 Things I Learned book series is an invaluable source of instant expertise; which is the best kind, after all. Core knowledge of subjects ranging from culinary to architecture to business is delivered by actual experts in these slim volumes. Read up and claim their nuggets of wisdom as your own. Who knows, you might actually learn something you don’t already know.
After a 40-hour week spent radiating under the soul-sucking office fluorescents, you’ll really appreciate the warmth of the Edison Lamp. And, we don’t mean hey-these-100-year-old-bulbs-are-starting-to-smoke warmth. We mean the soft glow of a filament bulb. With a simple glass cylinder design, the base is made of shesham wood and the details are nickel. Don’t even think about screwing one of those curly-Q eco bulbs into this thing.
Pendleton wool blankets are a throwback to America’s frontier days. A time when women chewed tobacco and buffalo still roamed. In those days, America’s treasures weren’t bank securities, they were its land. Places like Glacier National Park, called the crown of the continent, were set aside for national pride & preservation. As Glacier approaches its 100-year Anniversary, Pendleton keeps tradition alive with a classic, commemorative wool blanket. And yes, it’s American made.
Whether you’re a bachelor on a steady diet of takeout or a healthy husband who eats all the veggies the wife slides your way, you should know about Tony’s. If you’ll eat anything as long as it’s spicy, this classic mix of Creole/Cajun spice will put a snap in your carrots and anything else that comes across your dinner table: chicken, fish, soup, whatever. Spice it up.
We all know what kind of ammo you really need for the big hunting trip and it isn’t buckshot. When you head off into the wild with the boys, you want to pack heat. Bring the ammo crate packed with six stainless steel Shot Shells and you’ll be sure to catch what you came for. The sturdy, foam-lined Pelican case carries your arsenal safe & stealth, until you’re ready to brandish arms and shoot.
This unique chair combines two key elements of Norwegian style. The smooth, sculptural shape and natural angles of the chair are pure Scandinavian design, while the maritime motif of an actual sail traces Norway’s deep nautical traditions. Spinnaker’s website lets you design your own from a menu of cool choices.
There are a lot of choices when it comes to wireless sound systems that work with your Apple products. Most sound pretty good, but few of them look good. The Sound Platform is the exception. It boasts not just great acoustics, but a clean, considered design with four ways to rock out: A dock for your iPod or iPhone, Aux in, FM radio, plus it streams wireless audio from Bluetooth devices like your iPad, Android or Blackberry.