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Yuengling’s Ice Cream Returns After 30 Years

During Prohibition, many breweries scrambled to stay afloat. To do so, a few turned to making other products to pay the bills and hopefully survive a dry America. Yuengling was one of those breweries and one of the ways they were able to make it through was by selling ice cream. Now, around 30 years since its disappearance, ... continue reading
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Whiskey Soaked Campfire Jerky

Sorry Strawberry Gushers, but we've found a new perfect snack. Whiskey Soaked Campfire Jerky just happens to combine a slew of our favorite things into one delicious, mouthwatering treat. The folks behind the jerky soak the beef overnight in Bulleit Bourbon (approve) and then slow smoke it with Texas pecan wood that ... continue reading
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Nice Laundry Sock Drawer Makeover SPONSORED

After Nice Laundry launched their Spring/Summer 2014 collection, they sold out of things within 24 hours. Now that they're are back in stock, grab as much as you possibly can before they're long gone. Check out their "Sock Drawer Makeover", which is 18 pairs of fresh, high-quality socks for $99 with free shipping, a fraction of the price you'd pay elsewhere. Plus, they'll recycle all of your old socks for free--whether you're a Rebel or a Prepster, that's some Spring Cleaning you'll actually do this year. Cool Material readers can receive a special, limited-edition bonus pair with their first order. ... check it out
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Chefjet 3D Dessert Printer

Of all the goodies at CES, the Chefjet 3D Printer was probably the one we wanted to sneak back on the plane with us the most. It's a game changer. The series of printers (one is a monochrome, countertop version and the other is a Pro model designed for professional pastry chefs) print 3D edible sweets that look like ... continue reading
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Black Label Whiskey Beef Jerky

The best part about this black label whiskey beef jerky is the fact you're getting exactly what you would expect out of a food product. Two of the top three ingredients are beef and whiskey. The third is brown sugar, but that's not that odd for jerky. No unpronounceable chemistry ingredients. Nothing out of the ordinary. ... continue reading
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Bacons of the World

We'd gladly drive hours on end to sink our teeth into some high-quality bacon, but with Bacons of the World, we don't have to. The service will send you four shipments throughout the year, each with 5 pounds of succulent bacon for you to scarf down. And this isn't just run-of-the-mill grocery store pig, Bacon of the ... continue reading
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Beef Jerky Business Cards

If you're looking for a new set of business cards that potential contacts will seriously want to get their paws on, here you go. Of course they'll probably want them because they need an afternoon snack, but that's besides the point. Meat Cards laser-etches your contact info right onto some strips of sweet, sweet beef ... continue reading
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Epicurean Pizza Utensils

Having a hard time shopping for that pizza-loving ninja on your list? Look no further. Clad in a sleek black motif, this set of pizza tools is much sharper and a bit more devilish than other run-of-the-mill kitchen utensils out there. The peel comes with a beveled edge and silicone handle and is heat resistant to 350 ... continue reading
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Leather Strapped Lunch Box

It's time to rethink lunchboxes. Chances are you haven't carried a real one around with you since it was covered in Ninja Turtles. It's time to change that. This leather enclosed set is a sophisticated and stylish grown-up version of the classic lunchbox. Complete with a Sigg canteen and food tin, the set stands out ... continue reading
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Finex Cast Iron Skillet

If you're only going to have one piece of cooking hardware in your kitchen it should be a cast iron skillet. Cast iron has been used for cooking as early as the Han Dynasty because they're durable, retain heat and can be non-stick with a healthy coating of seasoning. You probably have one in your kitchen right now. ... continue reading
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Beer Grain Granola Bars

Beer Grain Granola Bars. Yes, you read that right. No, this isn't some ridiculous practical joke. ReGrained takes spent beer grain (prior to the yeast and fermentation, so there's no booze) and combines it with local ingredients like Ghirardelli chocolate, coffee beans and Fat Uncle Farms honey and almonds to create ... continue reading
$22+ buy Related Items: Beer, Food, Home.
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Copper Measuring Cups

When was the last time you bought new kitchen utensils? We're arbitrarily going to say that anything used to make coffee or cocktails doesn't count. Once that rule is applied we honestly have no idea when we last thought about utensils, let alone actually bought them. Measuring cups are so far down on the list of priorities ... continue reading
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Goldbely – Legendary Food Delivered

There is a world of amazing food out there that you'll probably never try. Unless you have lots of free time, deep pockets and the desire to travel a ton, some famous treats just will never find their way to your stomach. Goldbely wants to change that. They search out some legendary food and deliver it right to your ... continue reading
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Puff’s Preserves Boozy Jam

If you've sworn off peanut butter and jelly since you're not on a student budget anymore we have only two questions for you. Why? It's still delicious even if you're not broke. More importantly, would you reconsider that decision if alcohol was involved? Puff's Preserves does boozy jam that will make you rethink your ... continue reading
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Edible Bugs Gift Pack

You've heard it before but probably paid little attention, so we'll repeat: The zombie apocalypse is coming. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow . . . but maybe tomorrow. If you want to train your palate for your future dinners, pick up this Edible Bugs Gift Pack. The gift set includes six tins of flavored up and cooked ... continue reading
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Todd’s Concoctions

Todd's Concoctions is a collection of hot sauces, ketchups, BBQ sauces, and relishes that sound like they were invented by some mad scientist (or someone who was super high). Whether you're topping some steaks or marinating a few select cuts, the different bottles and unique flavors will add a ton of intrigue to your ... continue reading
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