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Web’s Best: Recipes with Tater Tots

We might not go to Napoleon Dynamite lengths and stash extra tots in our pocket, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love the little fried potato nuggets any less. Like most human beings, we normally eat them as a side or a snack, but there’s a whole other world of tater tot usability out there that we have just started exploring: Tater tots as an ingredient. Here are the best recipes you can cook up with your pocket of tots. ... continue reading
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MeUndies Sale – 30% OFF SPONSORED

It's been dubbed the "world’s most comfortable" underwear, and priced at nearly half of its competitors ($16). After years of research and development and a "24 hour" stress test, MeUndies has created the perfect, contour fitting boxer brief that keeps its shape all day and never rides up. The first 500 Cool Material readers get 30% off orders larger than $75 when using code CM75. Not impressed? MeUndies offers a full refund and lets you even keep your first pair. Offer excludes packs and French Terry. ... check it out
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Holiday Gift Guide: The Chef

Most people get so stuffed during the holidays that they can’t look at food for the first couple weeks of the new year. The Chef is not like this. He hops back in the kitchen and starts the skillet right back up. If you’re shopping for The Chef, here are some gift ideas he’ll salivate over. ... continue reading
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GIR Bacon Spatula

It's not everyday that a spatula changes your life. Okay, the GIR Spatula didn't really change our lives, but it is without a doubt the best spatula we've ever used. Now you can pick up the silicone utensil in a lovely bacon motif for cooking up your Sunday breakfast. Each GIR Spatula is heat resistant up to 464 degrees ... continue reading
$23 buy Related Items: Bacon, Cooking, Home, Tools.
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The American Craft Beer Cookbook

We didn't need to get past the title of this book before we clicked the order button. 150+ different recipes based around American Craft Beer and pub food? Sold. From slow-cooked Dopplebock BBQ meatballs, to Crawfish Bordelaise (classic French sauce--we had to Google it, too), to chocolate Jefferson Stout cupcakes, ... continue reading
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KettlePizza BBQ Insert

Since it's the time of year when your cooking happens mostly outside of the kitchen, you need to figure out ways to eat things other than burgers and dogs. The KettlePizza Insert is an ingenious way to turn your kettle grill into a pizza oven and expand your meal options. Simply take the lid off your grill, place the ... continue reading
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Chelsea Miller Knives

Investing in a quality chef's knife is one of the smartest moves anyone can make for their cooking needs. When that quality knife is also gorgeous, well, that's just an added bonus. Chelsea Miller creates each of her unique knives with high carbon steel that was cut from discarded horse files and wood native to her ... continue reading
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Tactical BBQ Apron

It's just about time for the scent of smoke to start wafting from grills around the country. As you prepare to gear up for BBQ season, consider taking your grill game to another level this year. First step, this Tactical BBQ Apron. Forget ever having to run into the house to grab some tool, condiment, or seasoning ... continue reading
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Chopula Stainless Steel Spatula

There are plenty of jobs that require tools, but most tools have evolved past having a singular purpose. Here's a quick list off the top of our heads: multitools, drills, grilling spatulas, hammers, pliers, the list keeps going for a while. Cooking requires tools too, but unless you're throwing meat on the open flame--i.e. ... continue reading
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Brooklynese Kitchenware

Before the hipster invasion, Brooklynites were known for having a way of speaking that wasn't characterized by aloofness and cryptic irony. Those from Manhattan's little brother were known for a bit of an accent that seemingly had a hard time ending any word with an "r." As an ode to those fine folks, there are these ... continue reading
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Star Spangled Spatula

You wouldn't spend $65 on this patriotic spatula?? What, do you hate America or something? Okay, frankly, we aren't looking to drop that kind of cash on a spatula either, but we have to admit that the design by Jacob Riley-Wasserman is pretty sweet. Made from stainless steel and American Walnut, the Star Spangled Spatula ... continue reading
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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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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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