Few American cities can claim a food scene as rich and diverse as the culinary melting pot of New Orleans, Louisiana. And this book, inspired by the award-winning HBO series Treme brings all the flavors of the Big Easy together. From classic Creole to Vietnamese delights, this book offers up over 100 recipes from the best restaurants in N’awlins.
Having other rappers write his rhymes leaves 50 Cent plenty of time to do stuff like trash his ex-girlfriend’s apartment & develop new products with his audio brand SMS. His latest offering is the SYNC 50, a portable wireless speaker with Bluetooth functionality, NFC capability and omni-directional sound. It also comes equipped with 50mm drivers, headphone jack and five EQ settings.
Roasting weenies over an open fire is fun until one falls into the burning oblivion of the glowing coals. But get yourself a Campfire Fishing Rod and you can roast your dogs, marshmallows, shrimp, etc., 4-at-a-time without losing any. The “line” is stainless steel & on the end is a little jig with 4 roasting hooks.
Most dry bags should really be called damp bags because when they fully drop into the drink, the stuff inside gets wet. Fact. Texas-based Korongo Dry Goods have the fix: their fully submersible dry bags are made in America using only the highest-quality materials. Their first offering is a tactical pocket (8.5 x 8.5 in.) It attaches to any tactical backpack, kayak, motorcycle, or bike, & can also be carried on its own.
After years of creating some of the best looking & safest helmets for action sports, Massachusetts-based Bern Unlimited has finally released a cycling-specific model. For all you cyclists’ dying to ditch your pointy, space-age, Tour de Nerd style helmet, Bern’s Allston is the one. All the features you want, & no conehead. About time.
Yeah, a camcorder. They still make those. The new VIXIA mini is a slim, compact video & still camera that offers HD video, built-in wi-fi, an ultra wide-angle lens, and a full bundle of proven Canon image & software technologies.
Ever dreamed of turning your iPhone into a meat thermometer? No, not the start of a joke. An actual product. Range Smart thermometers plug into your phone & not only monitor the precise temp of whatever you’re cooking but it also creates graphs and charts you can use to perfect your recipes. Of course if you’re a microwave-only chef, as many of us are, you will not need this.
These titanium multi-tool keychains are designed to work with paracord, offering pulley, cinch, & cleat functions for dealing with cordage like an Eagle Scout. They also offer other multi-toolage like bottle openers, pry bar, wrenches & hex bits. Both models are available in metric or Imperial measure.
With its Tungsten Carbide and Ceramic Rod sharpening elements, the hammerhead will get your knives razor sharp with just a few passes. But including a bottle opener on this sharpening tool is just plain dangerous. We all know what can happen when you mix open bottles & sharp blades.
These high-impact graphic prints featuring a colorful, Swiss modernist design style have absolutely nothing to do with the punk rock bands & shows they’ve taken as their subject matter. But let’s face it, no self-respecting, middle-aged former teen punker is going to hang an actual show flier on the gallery-like wall of their midtown loft. These, you could. And they come ready-to-frame in a book by designer Mike Joyce featuring 200 posters.