First there was chicken in a can, and now we have chicken in a candle. What a time to be alive.
Kentucky-centric site Kentucky for Kentucky has these fried chicken candles up for sale. Made in small batches by Kathy Werking, the Scents of the Commonwealth candle (something called Ale 8 being the other scent) is made from a “mouth-watering recipe.”
If you’re lickin’ your fingers hoping to click on through and pick one up one of these $22 fried chicken scented candles, sadly the first batch is sold out. Looks like the Colonel has some competition.
Via Oh Gizmo!
December 6, 2013 No Comments
Bring the beer can chicken inside. Except forget the beer can. Well, forget to put the beer can inside the chicken that is, because this roasting rack is ready to stand up to the task without any help.
Suitable for indoor use or out on the grill, the Cuisipro Stainless Steel Dual Roasting Rack is a versatile little kitchen accessory that doesn’t lie down on the job. Unless you want it to; then you use it in the horizontal position just like a traditional roasting rack. But when it’s time to turn things on end, the gadget transforms to a vertical roaster ready for all your indoor beer can chicken sans beer can needs. Considering that the better beers come in glass bottles, this is probably a good thing. (Basting with beer is still okay.)
October 8, 2013 No Comments
Fancy yourself a collector of odd food-related paraphernalia? The uber popular television show, Breaking Bad (“The best thing on television ever except maybe for The Wire” –Everybody), has wrapped and they are selling off some of the props. Yes, you can bid on Walter White’s Briefs but why would you want to? Perhaps instead, consider a Pollos Hermanos Fry Batter Bucket. The screen-used prop is guaranteed from Sony and for a starting bid of only $150, it could be yours. Fry batter and bullet holes not included.
September 20, 2013 No Comments
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side, of course. Or, if the Chicken Feet Egg Cup with Yellow Feet is involved, the answer is because the chicken couldn’t see where it was going! (Or for that matter, that its feet were duck feet.)
March 7, 2013 No Comments
Move over pulled pork and shredded chicken, there’s a new name in town. And that name is Meatrake MR2 BBQ Tool. Might one get the same results from using two forks? Maybe. But then that wouldn’t be Meatrake. Meatraked pork. Mmmm. Meatraked chicken. Mmmm. Meatrake. Meat. Rake. Two words that finally go together. Like vinegary hot sauce and pulled pork. I mean Meatraked pork. Mmm. Meatrake.
2 piece set
Ideal tool for pulling pork, chicken and shredding brisket
304 grade stainless steel tines will not corrode or break
Comes with a protective cover
April 30, 2012 No Comments
For some reason, beer cans do not come with handles. Not only would a handle be useful while imbibing, but also when making beer can chicken. Understanding this dilemma, the Rosle Beer Can Chicken Roaster incorporates a handle where before there was none. As for beer can drinking, well, just hold on tight. (Or use a mug.)
July 25, 2011 No Comments