Sure, you can do it the hard way, but if you want moist, flavorful chicken without looking like a savage, try the Steven Raichlen Beer-Can Chicken Rack ($30). Made from durable, easy-to-clean stainless steel, this rack and matching drip pan can hold a beer can or the included canister filled with wine, fruit juice, flavored broth, or other goodies — ensuring the bird stays juice while imparting flavor — while the metal pan collects juices for making gravy or just to avoid flare-ups. Don't shove a beer can up a chicken's ass without it.
This one is pretty self-explanatory. Made from a repurposed whiskey barrel, the Whiskey Barrel BBQ Pit ($950) features a metal interior and rack to keep the barrel from burning, and, well, not a lot else, except for the satisfaction that comes from grilling something in a whiskey barrel while drinking a glass of whiskey.
The result of three years of research and millions of data points, the Casper Wave is a breakthrough in mattress design. Underneath its handsome exterior, you'll find the new, proprietary Natural Geometry System. It uses five layers of foam to mimic the natural contours of your body at 36 specific points, adjusting naturally to your shoulders and hips without sacrificing support, and keeping your spine properly aligned. Like the original, it uses open-cell foams to keep you cool at night. Designed and assembled in the USA.
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When you slap on deodorant each day, you don't think much about how it affects your body. But since your skin absorbs around 60% of what you put on it, it might be worth considering. Oars + Alps uses aluminum-free, natural ingredients sourced from the arctic circle for all their products, including this deodorant. And unlike other natural deodorants, they are alcohol and glycol free. So you're free of potentially harmful toxins while smelling fresh and keeping dry.
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Move the professional quality of Viking from the kitchen to the back yard with the Viking C4 Outdoor Cooker ($3,225). This high-end outdoor charcoal grill sports a ceramic interior for maximum heat retention, a precise thermometer, top and bottom dampers for heat control, a removable porcelain grate, and 18-gauge stainless steel construction. Available with a 30-inch-wide cart with fold-down side shelves (The Android), a 41-inch-wide cart with fold down side shelves and two 15,000 BTU side burners (The Iron Giant), or a 20-inch wide mini-cart with wheels (The R2-D2). *Nicknames not official. [Thanks, Thomas]
Proper spit roasting doesn't require a complex, do-everything grill. The Barbecook Banika Grill ($900) is a pro-level, cast iron and stainless steel rotisserie-style grill with several unique features to ensure healthy, properly-cooked food. The vertical fire basket sits behind the electric spit, keeping your foodstuffs away from direct contact with the flame, while an easy-clean tray at the bottom collects burnt-off fat and lets it cool off instead of allowing it to flare up in the fire, and an included grilling basket lets you handle burgers or fish as easily as you can cook up larger pieces of meat.