Add a meaty punch to your next meal by cooking with Epic Beef Tallow. This rendered beef fat can be stored for long periods without the need for refrigeration, and reduces waste by using more of the whole animal. It comes in a handsome 12 oz. jar, and can be used for everything from biscuits and eggs to beef fat fries.
They're not 100% wagyu, and they're certainly not Kobe, but these American Wagyu Tomahawk Steaks might still be the best cuts of meat you'll ever have. Hand cut by a master butcher from 100% natural cows that are a mix of wagyu and other breeds, each steak weighs about two and a half pounds, and arrives bone-in. They're the full width of a rib bone, measuring roughly two inches thick, aged for 28 days to improve both the flavor and texture, and graded higher than USDA Prime, so there's no worry of seeing something better at the local butcher shop.
Baked in small batches in Houston, Texas, the Chocolate Chip Bourbon Bombs are pairing your favorite after dinner treats in one bite. These boozy morsels take your typical cookie's semi-sweet chocolate chips and pecans and lace them with Texas Straight Bourbon Whiskey from Garrison Brothers Distillery. You can order them in a half dozen, but you know you're going to need the full.
Sometimes Sci-Fi becomes real life. Available in powder or pre-mixed liquid forms, Soylent provides all the nutrition you need, including essentials like proteins, healthy fats, slow-metabolizing carbs for energy, vitamins, and minerals. And while most of us are likely to have a cup/bottle when we're too lazy to make real food, you could actually consume it, water, and nothing else and live a perfectly healthy lifestyle (or so the fine print says). It's also making its mark in Silicon Valley, becoming popular with programmers and other digital insurgents who use it in place of time-wasting meals to fuel marathon coding sessions. However you use it, you'll probably want to have something around to flavor it with, as while it's not necessarily "bad", it does leave at least one part of your body yearning for satisfaction: your taste buds.
It's always been a healthy, lean snack that is easy to grab and go, but you've probably never made your own beef jerky. This DIY Jerky Kit changes that, giving you all the tools you need to make jerky at home, all you provide is your choice of meat. Included are two non-stick drying screens, two spice blends, a cork oven door stopper, and all the instructions to whip up a batch of homemade jerky for your next camping trip or hike.