Lollyphile, the crazy company behind the Absinthe, Maple-Bacon and Wasabi-Ginger suckers, has launched Candyphile, a candy-of-the-month club. Available in 4-month ($96), 6-month ($120) and 12-month ($204) subscriptions, you'll get a 4-pack of unique candy the first week of every month. But this isn't stuff like Twix and Butterfinger. Instead, you'll be getting hand-picked and hard-to-find candy that isn't distributed to most parts of the country. Get your mouth ready for some tasty, teeth-rotting surprises.
This sunday, don't just fix any old wings for your NFL-watching, beer-drinking crowd: fix the original hot wings with Anchor Bar Buffalo Chicken Wing Sauce ($6/12 oz.). Made using Teressa Bellissimo's original recipe from 1964, the sauce is a true original famous the world 'round. We don't know whether it can make your wings the "best in the world," but sure couldn't hurt.
There aren't many boots that can stand up to the elements like a pair of Timberlands. The 6-inch waterproof Brogue Boot is a perfect example, featuring premium full-grain leather uppers. Each pair is sealed with a waterproof membrane to keep your feet dry as they sit on 400 grams of cushy insulation for warmth and comfort. You also the toughness of a rubber lug outsole along with anti-fatigue footbeds that absorb shock and return energy during a long day on your feet.
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The Weekender might be the only watch you'll ever need. Timex is confident of that statement, and it's difficult to argue after giving it a hard look. With a minimalist design, the Weekender looks refined yet straightforward, is easy to use, and still manages to pack plenty of features onto its resume. Each watch includes a 40mm oversized case, INDIGLO night-light and chronograph functionality. It's available in four colors, with the option to swap out the leather and nylon straps for a fresh look whenever the mood strikes you.
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Finally, the reason for Cookie Monster's hyperactivity has been revealed: Buzz Strong's Caffeinated Cookies ($5). Made with Brazilian coffee, Tahitian vanilla, and Swiss dark and white chocolate chips, these cookies are all-natural and have a shelf life of nine months despite their lack of preservatives. And with four cookies offering the caffeine equivalent of drinking a full cup of coffee, you're sure to "buzz strong" for a while.
Sunflower seeds are boring. Zotes Sunflower Seeds ($2) are not. Made for the seed connoisseur, Zotes' flavors include Salt & Pepper, Roasted & Salted, Dill Pickle, Beer Baked, Hot Wings, Spicy Nacho, Tequila Lime, Jalapeno, Garlic Roast, and Energy. Not only are they super-spiced, but they come in a bottle instead of a sure-spillable bag. [Thanks, Chad]