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Dry-Age Your Own Steak With The Steaklocker

Unless you're Ron Swanson, you probably aren't ready to invest thousands of dollars on a meat locker. Sure the dry-aged steaks would be silly delicious, but unless you're eating them every night, it would be much more economical to just buy dry-aged steaks when you want them. The Steaklocker wants to bring dry-aging ... continue reading
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Pancake Syrup Infused With Jim Beam

Most days, we're those people walking around with the face that says "Don't talk to me until I've had my coffee." While we don't really consider ourselves breakfast people either, we'd make a better effort for the most important meal of the day if the morning carbs we're covered in this Jim Beam infused Pancake Syrup. ... continue reading
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This Minimal Wood Wallet Even Has Space For Change SHOP

With so many apps and things you can do on your phone to save space in your wallet, it’s really time you pared down that Costanza-esque monstrosity in your back pocket. The Poquito Wood Wallet is a cleverly designed wallet that looks good and stores all your cash-related items. It holds up to 6 cards and some cash securely, but what really sets it apart from similar wallets is the grooved coin slot. Each of these machine-cut, hand-polished wallets comes with an extra custom molded elastomer strap and more style than that leather bi-fold packed with receipts. ... check it out
$65 buy
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Marijuana-Infused Cold-Brew Coffee

Your wake and bake routine just got switched up a bit. Now you can get a caffeine kick with a nice little high on the side thanks to Mirth Provisions and their Legal cold-brew coffee and sodas that are infused with cannabis extract. The coffee is available regular or with cream and sugar and the sodas come in Rainier ... continue reading
$11 buy MORE: Drink, Food & Drink, Home, Drinks.
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Poler Outdoor Cast Iron Skillet

It's pretty much common knowledge that you can cook just about everything in a cast iron skillet. It's the desert island pan and for good reason. They're durable, impart awesome flavor, can be transferred directly to the oven and the cleanup is easy. The only real issue--if you can even call it that--was seasoning. ... continue reading
$50 buy MORE: Food & Drink, Home.