With a name like that, you'd expect it to kick some ass — and you'd be correct. Honey Badger BBQ Sauce ($10-$125) combines the sweetness of honey with the mighty kick of habanero for a sauce that provides a nearly perfect balance between the two. Available in regular Cobra Strength or limited edition Triple Cobra Strength, it's the perfect thing to spread on your burgers, ribs, chicken, and yes, even venomous serpents.
If you happen to live far away from the conveniences of a large city, odds are you have a hellish time trying to find certain meats. Rare Cuts ($9) is here to help. This purveyor of all natural, always fresh meat offers an assortment of cuts of regular beef, Australia Wagyu, pork — including bacon — lamb, veal, chicken, quail, duck, and a variety of sausages — including alligator — that are shipped to you overnight so you can ensure that your next meal will be as tasty as possible. Taking a number not required.
Pop quiz: how do you cook your food in bacon without actually cooking bacon? Cook it in Bacon Olive Oil ($15), of course. Okay, so it's not really bacon — it's vegan, and therefore simply bacon-flavored — but it is perfect for adding a bit of smokey depth to fried or sautéd foods, or for dunking sandwiches or fine artisan breads. Especially if the sandwich already has bacon on it (yum). [Scouted by James]
We love us some Dale's, so of course we're jazzed to spice up our next meal with some Dale's Pale Ale Hot Sauce ($7). This chipotle-based sauce is infused with the hoppy deliciousness of Dale's Pale Ale, giving the already smoky flavor some added kick. If it's anything like the beer, use with caution, lest you end up eating every last bite of anything you sprinkle it on.
If it sounds weird, that's because it is. Salt Made From Tears (£7-£30; roughly $11-$47) are a collection of salts supposedly made with fresh human tears — tears produced by Anger, Chopping Onions, Sneezing, Laughter, and Sorrow, specifically — that are gently boiled, released into crystallization tanks, harvested, and rinsed in brine. Available in individual containers or as a full set. [Scouted by Richard]