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Good Shepherd Heritage Turkey

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]

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    Bigs Sunflower Seeds

    A summertime tradition gets a swift kick to the nether regions with Bigs Sunflower Seeds ($17/12-pack). In addition to bigger, tastier seeds, Bigs offers a variety of well-known flavors, including Frank's Redhot, Vlasic Pickle, Zesty Ranch, and — wait for it — Bacon Salt, making them the ultimate man snack.

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    Blair's Death Hot Sauce

    Whether you're kicking up a dish like chili, salsa or eggs, want to mix a bloody mary that will have you asking for a glass of water to help it go down, or simply want to torture your friends, family, and companions, Blair's Death Hot Sauce ($13/4-pack) has you covered. Proclaimed hottest sauce in the world by none other than the Guinness Book of World Record, Blair's line of Death sauces includes four unique handmade mixtures — Original Death, Jalapeño Death, Sudden Death, and After Death, in order of spiciness — that are sure to give anyone a near-death experience.