Just in time for 8 days after Independence Day, the unorthodox chefs at Epic Meal Time show you how to make The Patriot Burger, a burger of monstrous proportions complete with a top bun made with three cans of beer and an apple pie, a giant pizza-stuffed bun holding the burger up, plenty of toppings,…read more
Nothing kick-starts an appetite quite like drinking beer. Luckily, that can of beer can also be used as a miniature grill, because there never seems to be a grill around when you need it. Like when your throwing down Natty Light on the beach at 2 A.M.
How To Make A Grill From An Aluminum Can
In this Do-It-Yourself summer video, Chef Jesse Griffiths of Austin’s Dai Due Butcher Shop and Supper Club shows us how to perfectly grill a 3-inch thick rib-eye steak. It will both make your mouth water, and prepare you for the big fourth of July cookout tomorrow.
How To Grill A Rib-Eye Steak
If you’re truly roughing it on your next camping trip, you’ll either have to hunt or fish for your food, or resort to eating some of those semi-edible, vacuum-sealed dehydrated meals. If you can’t bring yourself to stomach those, and your fishing skills are sub-par, then Good To-Go Outdoor Meals may be your only option…read more
Whiskey goes with everything. Its good in coffee, on the rocks, on your pancakes, and it even enhances the taste of beef jerky. But now, thanks to Evan Williams Hot Sauce, whiskey can officially be incorporated into every meal. It won’t exactly get the party started, but it will set off the flavor of a…read more
The difference between ordinary pancakes and extraordinary pancakes is that little bit of whiskey. Jim Beam Pancake Syrup ($30) is actually infused with Jim Beam, letting you savor the taste of Whiskey with your favorite breakfast foods. We’re not sure how much whiskey is actually in the syrup, but it’s safe to say its not…read more
PornBurger is a new website dedicated to a year of lusting after the most mouth-watering hamburgers one could imagine—One manly burger a week, complete with hi-resolution photography and a quick overview of how its made. One of their latest, the The Lolita Burger, features a potato chip encrusted bun, sweet onion jam, and bacon peanut…read more
If you enjoyed Sosu’s Barrel Aged Sriracha on your steak, then you’re going to want their Srirachup ($30) for your fries. Essentially ketchup with a kick, Srirachup is handmade from organic California Tomatoes infused with a fiery hot, special homemade sriracha concoction. Perfect for fries, seafood, or sadly, straight from the jar itself.
If aging in barrels works for rye whiskey, then why wouldn’t the same apply for every man’s second favorite condiment? SOSU has found a new way to prepare sriracha hot sauce—by aging the chili pepper, brown sugar, garlic, and salt concoction in barrels for 1-3 months, resulting in a sweet, smoky way to spice up…read more
SOSU Barrel-Aged Sriracha
Most any beer by itself is a meal fit for a king. When you add bacon and pancakes to the mix, you’ll end up staring at the most manly plate of food you’ll ever eat in one sitting. They’re called Beer and Bacon Mancakes, and they contain the only three food groups that matter in…read more