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Special Sh*t Seasoning

Bull Shit. Special Shit. Aw Shit. Good Shit. Hot Shit. Dip Shit. BBQ Shit? Until that last one, we could have just as easily been talking about terms of endearment thrown around during a football game as actual, honest to goodness food seasoning. Seriously. Each of those is a seasoning or a mix about/for (in the original ... continue reading
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Alps Bread Knives

Have you ever tried to cut a loaf of bread with something other than a bread knife? It's a freaking disaster. Even if you've sharpened your chef's knife, it's still like pushing down on a sponge; which is why we just eat whole loaves. If you're going to have a hard time cutting that mound of gluten anyway, might as ... continue reading
$76+ buy MORE: Food, Home, Knives.
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The Great Outdoors Sale SHOP

Real men don't spend their entire summer in air-conditioned comfort. The warm weather and abundant sunshine make this time of year the perfect to go exploring the great outdoors, and right now is the time to gear up to do so. From now until 7/28/14 you'll save 16% on all the outdoor gear we've rounded up in this curated collection. So ditch the couch for a weekend, lace up your boot and get outside. ... check it out
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Spice Holder With Lid

Right now, we've got a wooden salt keeper on our kitchen counter and the rest of our spices on a rotating platform in a cabinet. And, while we use salt more than any other seasoning, it's annoying to always be digging out the smoked paprika and garlic powder. This Spice Holder from William Sonoma is a rustically masculine ... continue reading
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Single Malt Chocolate Lollipops

We've been eating lollipops for far too long without getting hammered off them. Okay, well maybe not hammered, but our Tootsie Pops do have a severe lack of booze in them and that Dum Dum's mystery flavor has yet be "Tequila." Besides the dark chocolate in these Single Malt Chocolate Lollipops, they sport a solid kick ... continue reading
$14 buy MORE: Food, Home.
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Vulcan’s Fire Salt

We've been seasoning and adding hot sauce to our dishes for far too long. We're suckers wasting our time with two steps when that process could be accomplished in one quick pinch of the fingers. Vulcan's Fire Salt is a tasty and hot salt that will change the way you add heat to your food. With an awesome flavor (thanks ... continue reading
$5 buy MORE: Food, Home.
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Brooklyn Butcher Blocks Brickwork Board

Even though this cutting board looks like it was ripped from the siding of a brick building in Brooklyn, it happens to be a serious piece of kitchen equipment (hence the price tag). It's designed to minimize the amount of beef juice that accumulates in the knife marks you leave by having the grain run toward you. This ... continue reading
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Empire Bacon Mayonnaise

Sure you could just have someone cut you open and slather your insides with a thin lard coating, but what's the fun in that? If we're going to be going heavy on some fat, we're going to enjoy the hell out of it. Namely, we'll be slathering a healthy serving of Empire Mayonnaise Company's Bacon Mayonnaise on our next ... continue reading
$9 buy MORE: Bacon, Food, Home.
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Instant Regret Peanut Butter

We'll say this right now, we've never ate peanut butter and regretted it. We've always been pleased with our decision to consume some. That said, Instant Regret Offensively Hot Peanut Butter is a whole other ballgame. Clocking in at a tongue-burning 12 million Scoville heat units, Instant Regret Peanut Butter is unlike ... continue reading
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Bourbon & Guinness Marshmallows

You could inject any food with liquor and we'd immediately want to eat it. Anchovy-flavored Brussels sprouts? Think I just puked a little. Anchovy-flavored Brussels sprouts with a whiskey glaze? Where's my plate? It just gets better when the food is already delicious on its own. These marshmallows are our new s'mores ... continue reading
$8 buy MORE: Food, Home.
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Blueprint Placemats

We think most placemats are dumb. They're fine for fancy restaurants during those dinners you treat yourself (and someone special) to once or twice a year, but we generally don't use them at home because we: don't have McDonald's style trays we hate washing, have a quality table that can just be wiped off or we're ... continue reading
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Cracker Jack’D

Do you long for the days when your old man would take you out to the ballgame and buy you some peanuts and Cracker Jacks? You'd tear into that sweet little box to get at the candy coated corn, but everyone knew what you were actually interested in--the toy. Well, if that's what you still want (hey, we can all be kids ... continue reading
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Jojo’s Sriracha

For as much as we like to joke about hipsters and laugh at Portlandia, we do agree that the whole slow food movement is a good thing. You know what's also a good thing? Sriracha. So clearly, Jojo's Sriracha, which is made with locally sourced chili peppers and a whole lot of giving a fuck (Jolene from Jojo's words ... continue reading
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Original Jerky Gun Jr.

No, this is not the latest in office warfare technology, although if you want to use it for that, it will be ultra hilarious. The Original Jerky Gun Jr. helps you make delicious strips of beef jerky (which can or cannot be thrown at your coworkers). Complete with four stainless steel nozzles - a round 1/2" diameter ... continue reading
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Chocolate Gaming Dice Set

Look, we get it. Rolling for critical hits is hard work. If your barbarian is going to be running around decapitating people and keeping their heads in a bag (true story) you're going to need some energy to keep those dice rolling. We can't think of a better way to do it than with these dark chocolate (60% cacao) dice. ... continue reading
$8 buy MORE: Food, Games, Home.
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Mini Guitar Skillet

There is absolutely nothing practical about this "mini guitar skillet." Normally, kitchenware is supposed to be practical, but we're going to make a special exception in the case of this 11" guitar skillet. Lodge makes this cast iron beauty in their Tennessee foundry and describes it as being perfect for biscuits, ... continue reading
$16 buy MORE: Cooking, Food, Home, Music.