Eggs. Mexican. Bloody Marys. The list of things to which you can add Tabasco is nearly endless, which makes Tabasco Personalized Gallon Jugs ($45) great gifts for the spice lovers in your life. Available in chipotle, green, habanero, garlic, and original flavors, each jug comes with the recipient's name (up to 20 characters) printed on the label, making it way more personal than the cases of smaller bottles available at the local warehouse club.
Have a Pooh-like affection for honey? Then check out Bee Raw Honey ($80). This set of nine different kinds of honey is a veritable country-wide tour of the sticky stuff, with each hand-corked, beeswax-sealed 1 oz. vial filled with a honey from a specific part of the country, coming complete with a detailed description of each flavor and a handcrafted oak block serving tray.
Whether you're a vegetarian looking for a cheap meat replacement or just a typical foodie, there's a lot to like in the Portobello Mushroom Growing Kit ($50). Ready to harvest in just three to four weeks, these tasty 'shrooms can be grown indoors — as long as you have a spot in your house that stays around 63-68° — right in their shipping container. Surpassed in coolness only by the mythical Psilocybin Mushroom Growing Kit.
Getting ready for movie night at home? You may not be able to beat the local cineplex's huge screen or THX-certified sound system, but you can best them on drinks and snacks, starting with Bacon Pop ($12/3 boxes). From the same great minds that brought you Baconnaise and Bacon Salt comes this microwaveable bacon-flavored popcorn, with just the right hint of butter and outstanding real bacon taste. Grab your favorite beer, sit down in your own recliner, and enjoy.
Times have definitely changed since the first Thanksgiving, but you can still get a taste of the frontier life with a Good Shepherd Heritage Turkey ($120-$200). Grown on an open range using vegetarian feed, these birds are raised to the American Poultry Association's Standards of Perfection, on farms that are the first to receive the Animal Welfare Institute's Animal Welfare Approved certification. Oh yeah: we hear they're pretty damn tasty, too. [Thanks, James]