Planters' limited selection of flavors no longer doing it for you? Let Lord Nut Levington ($6/can) supply your fix. Available in six surprising flavors — including spicy bloody mary, cheddar and jalapeño, tomato, garlic, and cheese, Thai curry and lemongrass, apples, cinnamon, and vanilla, and mesquite smoke and pineapple BBQ — there's surely a selection that can satisfy your cravings.
If your sweet tooth is getting the best of you, skip the stuff you're eyeing in the candy aisle of the local 7-Eleven and splurge on some Hot Blondies Bakery Treats ($16-$45). Available from this boutique bakery are assorted cereal-based treats, blondies (obviously), brunettes (brownies), tarts, bars, and whoopies, all free from trans fats, hydrogenated oils, preservatives, and artificial colors — which is to say, a least a little bit healthier than those Skittles you were looking at.
Drawing from mid-century modernist influences, the Canfield Chrono Watch from Shinola remains one of its most beautiful. The brand's first chronograph watch built using a top loaded case construction: a technique which provides a sophisticated open dial viewing area. The Canfield also features Super-LumiNova diamond-cut hands, numbers, and indexes. Each timepiece comes equipped with a stopwatch function, signature coin-edge detail on the case, and wire lugs.
While some backpacks can fit underneath your coat, only one won't draw unnecessary attention to you in the process. That's because the Under-The-Jack pack is just 1.5" thick, designed to fit tote a 13" or 15" laptop discreetly under your jacket or hoodie. The 2.0 Jack Pack has all the features of the original but adds an interior zip-secure pocket and a pocket for your earbuds. It also has padded shoulder straps and water-resistant PU-coating. Available in black, flame red, and limited-edition flashback colorways.
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Looking to cook up some frontier-style feats? Leave the seasoning to these California Rancher Meal Kits ($4 each). Based on recipes that date back to the Wild West, these kits are packed with flavor, and include Wild West Wings, Santa Maria Steak, Ranchero BBQ Ribs, and Trail Blazin' Burgers, each arriving with separate seasoning and sauce. All you need is meat and a fire.
Color us surprised that we'd find a great new jalapeño sauce in Hawaii, but Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce ($8) certainly qualifies. Formulated to serve as a flavor enhancer, it's made from four simple ingredients — apple cider vinegar, jalapeño peppers, sea salt, and garlic — and offers a deliciously unique flavor with roughly the same heat as Tobasco. We'll be saying Aloha to a bloody mary infused with this stuff in the very near future.