That's right. Hot honey. Mike's Hot Honey ($10) is a chili pepper-infused honey, handmade in Brooklyn, NY with honey, vinegar and chilies. It's tasty in and on pretty much anything, from hot green tea to pizza. Then again, what isn't tasty on pizza? Wait, what we were talking about? Oh, Mike's Hot Honey. Right. It's damn good.
No matter the apocalyptic scenario — nuclear war, devastating floods, scorching drought, or just a good ol' fashioned zombie outbreak — you'll be prepared with a Tactical Sammich ($6) or three... hundred. Available in pepperoni or honey BBQ beef flavors, these individually packaged meals weigh in at less than 300 calories and have an astonishing two-year shelf life when stored in a climate-controlled (80º or lower) environment. A few cases of these, a stockpile of water, a healthy number of Playboy back issues, and you'll be all set.
Despite the huge nutritional and health benefits offered by Bison meat — incorrectly referred to as "Buffalo" by most grocers — it's not the easiest thing to find unless you've got a Whole Foods-ish establishment nearby. High Plains Bison ($36-$130) aims to fix that by offering bison meat that's been humanely raised by hand-selected ranchers on the High Plains, available in a series of products that range from humble cocktail sausages to presentation-worthy Chateaubriand.