• Tastosterone: The Cook Book for Men Who Don’t Know How to Cook

    New Jersey-based cook and blogger Debra Levy Picard has released the ultimate cookbook for men with Tastosterone. Not only does it feature over 100 recipes that even the most clueless man (or woman) can follow, Debra also includes photographs, tools, tips, and techniques to aid in the flawless execution of such recipes as “Man Quiche,” “Aunt Zuzu’s Fish Taco,” and “Chocolate Bomb.” Whether you’re a complete dunce in the kitchen or a seasoned veteran, you’re bound to get something out of this easy-to-follow collection of deliciousness. Order Tastosterone for $39.95 in print or $14.99 for the Kindle edition.

  • Repeal Day Tweets From 1933

    Extree! Extree! Read all about it! On this day in 1933, the US repealed prohibition and alcohol was again (legally) available throughout the land. We searched through the Tweets at the National Archives and found these gems celebrating the return of delicious booze. OMG they were so ridic back then. #ThrowbackThursday  

  • National Geographic Around the world in 125 years (Book)

    For five generations, National Geographic magazine has dazzled and educated people with its incredible photographs, illustrations, and gripping stories from the four corners of the earth. Combining travel, wildlife, science, history, culture, and conservation, the National Geographic Society’s trailblazing magazine has inspired millions of readers to explore and take an interest in the planet we inhabit. The prints are limited to 125,000 copies worldwide, but these amazing photos don’t come cheap, the entire three book collection is going for $500. Go ahead, your dad deserves it. National Geographic Around the world in 125 years  

  • Basic Wine Guide [Infographic]

    This infographic has everything you need to know about wine so as not to look come across as a completely uncultured brute. The aromas and flavors are particularly interesting. Is petroleum a good aroma for a white? And bacon fat for a red? That sounds amazing. Source: Wine Folly

  • A “Once A Decade” Fog Event Occurred At The Grand Canyon [14 HQ Photos]

    Usually the Grand Canyon offers stunning views stretching for miles, deep into valleys etched by the Colorado River. But that vista has changed over the past few days, as a rare weather event has filled the canyon with fog, offering an even more stunning view than is typical. The weather event is known as a temperature inversion, and it only happens every few years, according to the National Park Service. Temperature inversions typically happen in the winter when there are long nights, and as the name implies, an inversion takes place when a layer of cool air gets trapped underneath warmer air, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). This is the reverse of the usual pattern, with temperature generally decreasing with increasing altitude. “Once the sun goes down, the ground loses heat very quickly, and this cools the air that is in contact with the ground,” the NWS explained. “However, since air is a very poor conductor of heat, the air just above the surface remains warm. Conditions that favor the development of a strong surface inversion are calm winds, clear skies, and long nights,” which is exactly what’s taking place in the Grand Canyon now, according to weather more »

  • GoPro Adventure Series: Moab Towers & Magic Backpacks

    In the sixth video of the HERO3+ Adventure Series Hayley Ashburn and Marshall Miller ascend and leap from Ancient Art in the Fishers Towers. The video highlights the ups and downs of base jumping, the discipline and rush of the jump after a bone chilling climb. Hayley and Marshall recall their first jump, the anxiousness they felt and the addiction after.

  • Once a Decade Clouds Engulf the Grand Canyon Creating a Surreal Scene (9 HQ Photos)

    Once every ten years or so the Grand Canyon is taken over by a sea of fog caused by a temperature inversion, in which warm air traps cool air, pollution, and fog near the ground. Although the inversions are quite common, happening once or twice a year at the site, but rarely seen like this due to cloudy skies. According to one of the park rangers, many tourists who visited the canyon that day had no idea of how amazing it was that they were seeing such a phenomenon and were just disappointed that they couldn’t see the Colorado River through all the fog. All Photo Credit: Grand Canyon National Park Facebook

  • See 1970s NYC Through The Eyes Of A Times Square Bartender [Video]

    From 1972-1982, Sheldon Nadelman tender bar at Terminal Bar in Times Square, across from Port Authority. Over those ten years, he took more than 2000 black and white photos that were made into a 22-minute documentary in 2002. Since then, 3 more vignettes have been produced using interviews with Nadelman and his photographs. All together, they document a Times Square that is almost unrecognizable from what you’ll find today (and way more interesting). Find out more about Nadleman and the productions at Tourist Pictures.

  • Turn Your Toaster Into A Sandwich Maker With EZ Toastie Bags

    Are you just too busy to grill a sandwich the old fashioned way in a frying pan? Can’t find the time to clean your electric sandwich maker after each use? Are you too lazy or stupid to operate a toaster? If you answered “yes, yes, no,” then EZ Toastie Bags are just the product for you. If the amazing video and website are to be trusted (please say yes), then these bags will make a nice grilled sandwich with no mess. But even more impressive is the bag’s ability to reheat pizza and old fries. No more pretending to like cold pizza because you (or I) don’t want to wait for the oven to heat and microwaving it so it’s not varying temperatures and rubbery is a black art. Get 2 EZ Toastie Bags for $9.99 and let me know how they work out. Keep in mind I am extremely lazy.

  • Watch How BACARDÍ Has Triumphed Over Some Incredible Circumstances [Sponsored]

    The Bacardí family has been through its share of scrapes. First there were fires, then earthquakes, then prohibition, revolution, and exile. Through each of these tumultuous moments, the Bacardí family stood strong, ready to take on everything that fate could throw at them, eventually becoming one of the world’s biggest providers of quality rum. Watch the video to see how BACARDÍ’s true passion is untameable, and then check out Facebook.com/Bacardi to learn more.

  • Sam Adams Create a Cigar Seasoned with Beer, Men Everywhere Shed Single Tear

    Drink beer? Smoke cigars? That’s all we need to know. Up until now you needed two hands to combine both activities. That’s no longer an issue, because Samuel Adams and Ted’s Cigars have created a cigar that’s seasoned with beer. Named “Utopias,” after the beer, you can buy one of the cigars for $13, and a box of 25 for $275. The cigars will only be available during the months of November and December, which makes them an ideal holiday gift for beer fans, cigar lovers, and anyone in between. Utopias is a beer like no other; the 2013 version is a combination of different brews finished in port and single-use bourbon casks. It’s also blended with Samuel Adams Kosmic Mother Funk, a Belgian-style ale aged for up to two years in Hungarian oak tuns, and weighs in at an incredible 28 percent ABV. If you’re looking to try the pairing, you better hurry. Ted Cigars x Samuel Adams Utopia Cigars

  • Make A Successful Career Change In 10 Steps

    Getting a career change is definitely not an easy decision to make. It should involve a lot of thinking, planning and reasoning so that you could set your mind on such an adventure. Many people feel comfortable with their careers and are not up for the challenge of going a different way with their lives. While it is certainly true that changing your job path can be quite a challenge, there is no need to feel frightened. You can get through the whole ordeal easily and without much worries if you play things right and you follow the right advice. Here are some steps that should help you prepare for the task that is ahead of you and perform it admirably.

  • Dranksgiving: KAHLÚA Chicken

    Continuing with our alcohol infused Thanksgiving recipes, we’re featuring a unique take on holiday chicken. While you may think of KAHLÚA as a drunk best served with  some cream and coffee, we have a unique take on bland chicken that is a sure fire way to get you amped up about Thanksgiving this year. A sweet recipe with a caffine and KAHLÚA kick and a hint of honey.

  • Turn Your Instagram Photos Into Marshmallows With Boomf

    Have you ever taken such a great picture on Instagram, and after filtering the hell out of it thought “I wonder what that incredible pic would taste like?” No? Huh, that’s weird. Well if you did wonder, you’re in luck! UK based Boomf will take your favorite Instagram and turn it into a delicious marshmallow. All you do is connect your Instagram to Boomf at their website, choose 9 images, then they’ll be printed out and sent immediately. Unfortunately, the service is only available in the UK for now, but they plan on going worldwide next year. The price is £12, so expect to pay about $20 when Boomf becomes available in the US.

  • New York City in the ’80s Makes Me Happy I wasn’t in New York City in the ’80s

    New York’s Lower East Side did not look like a good time in the 80′s. This documentary style film from Kinolibrary Archive Film collections shows a tracking POV from side car window past run down buildings, graffitied walls and cars. Shops with shutters down, rough area, ghetto. Streets are almost empty, apocalyptic compared to NYC’s standards today. The areas that aren’t covered with abandon buildings covered in graffiti are open fields covered in rubbish and trash. Thank you Rudy Giuliani.

  • 21st Amendment Fireside Chat Ale

    A beer inspired by FDR himself by 21st Amendment brewery, Fireside Chat is a seasonal brew with a kick. Rich, dark, English-style ale and then we improvise with spices FC is available through October through December in six pack cans and on draft. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s fireside chats, which often began with the words, Good evening, friends are what this brew is all about. A warm and welcoming deep ruby brown ale with a pleasant finish. 7.9% by volume

  • Le Meridien Is The Finest Resort In Bora Bora [27 HQ Photos]

    Bora Bora is a small island thick with coconut forests and colorful villages and surrounded by miles of fine, white sandy beaches and crystal clear, turquoise water as far as the eye can see. Welcome and “Ia Orana” to Le Méridien Bora Bora which won the 2013 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor, which basically means it’s the nicest hotel in the world. It’s overwater Bungalows feature a large glass floor with amazing views of the lagoon and its marine life. And by “marine life we mean sea turtles! The Bora Bora Turtle Center at Le Méridien Bora Bora, is home to numerous marine turtles which means you’ll see them floating by your room nearly 24/7/.

  • Vertigo-Inducing Mirrored “Infinity Room” Is One Of NYC’s Most Buzzed About Art Installations [18 High Quality Photos]

    Long lines have been forming inside the David Zwirner gallery in New York City as visitors wait for their chance to stand inside one of eccentric Japanese artist Yoyoi Kusama’s vertigo-inducing “Infinity Rooms.” The installation’s mirror room, “Souls of Millions of Light Years Away,” is brilliantly simple – it’s a room in which the walls, the floor and the ceiling are mirrors. This seemingly infinite space is populated by hanging, blinking LEDs, which make the space seem like a galaxy or a nebula. Word of the art instillation, on display until December 21st, 2013, has gone viral in the city and lines can be up to several hours long. If you decide to check out the exhibit that will have you trying to wrap your mind around “infinity” just know that there will be a 40-second limit, yes you heard us right, on how long you can stand in the room. If you don’t feel like standing in the cold for three hours only to have under a minute of payoff check out the photos we pulled below.

  • Dranksgiving: Guy Fieri’s Whiskey-Glazed Sweet Potatoes

    Let’s Keep the booze infused feast going with some whiskey glazed sweet potatoes to keep your motor running this Thanksgiving. This tasty recipe was devised from the brain of Sir Guy Fieri, of “Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen”, “Diners, Dives and Drive-ins” and creator of “Donkey Sauce”.  A perfect combination of sweet and… well sweet and whiskey I guess. Enjoy getting drunk while stuffing your face next Thusday. Oh and giving thanks as well.

  • Chris Farley Stars In Rob Ford: The Movie

    Everyone has made jokes about how similar Toronto’s hilariously troubled mayor Rob Ford is to Chris Farley’s characters, and no someone has actually done something about it. Taking footage from a ton of Farley’s movies, YouTube user Tristan Gough made an awesome trailer for Rob Ford: The Movie. If you can get posthumous Oscars for fan made trailers for films that don’t exist, then Chris Farley is a shoe-in.

  • What’s Your Whiskey [Infographic]

    There are so many ways to enjoy whiskey and this infographic gives you plenty of ideas of what to do with some “water of life”. There are plenty of cocktails for crusty old men, dainty ladies, and even those who are new to imbibing. So fix up your favorite whiskey drink (I suggest a Hot Toddy this time of year), look through these cocktails, and learn a little something from the bonus whiskey facts. Whiskey was used as currency during the American Revolution? Hell, I bet if I could wring out my liver I could have bought every man, woman, and child in New England a blunderbuss to get those damn Redcoats.

  • Ski Chalet Bachelor Pad in the French Alps [10 Photos]

    Tired of having to stay at the Super Huit Motel when you’re in France’s Courchevel because you waited til the last minute to book a room somewhere? Sacre bleu! It’s probably about time that you buy your own place in the French Alps. Sotheby’s International Realty just happens to have one available called Chalet JOFI. The 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom home features an indoor pool, a theater, and a gym so you can keep busy when not out skiing or picking up French chicks. There’s also a giant, badass chandelier and a painting of Mother Nature’s toughest son, the reindeer. How much will this dream chalet set you back? If you have to ask, you can’t afford it. Zut alors!

  • DRANKSGIVING: Allspice Roasted Duck with Balsamic and Crown Royal Maple

    Imagine the holidays without alcohol. It was easy when you were a kid, you got to run around the majority of the day completely ignoring your drunk uncle’s bellowing screams at the Thanksgiving day football games, disregarding your great aunts photo album of her cats, because you were allowed to not give a f*ck. You had your own dinner table of peers who had no worries of the real world or Obamacare, but now things are different. You need to worry about Obamacare and you could quite possibly be the drunk uncle screaming at the TV. Things are so different now. So this week we’re replacing Man Meals with Dranksgiving. A series of spiked holiday recipes that can work together to get you through these tough times you have to look forward to: The Holidays. Today a perfect blend of Crown Royal Maple and succulent duck. Enjoy.

  • A Beginner’s Guide To Wine [Infographic]

    Is your sommelier vocabulary limited to phrases like “This Blue Hawaiian Boone’s Farm tastes like ass”? Then you should probably study this infographic and get a little culture, you bum. Now you’ll be able to impress your lady when you order wine on your next date night. “This Thunderbird is sweet and wooden with hints of butterscotch.” Pure class.

  • The Steak Breakdown: Your Ultimate Guide to Cuts of Beef

    The greatest thing to go from farm to table – at least since that time you had a dream about a date with Daisy Duke — is steak. But where does porterhouse come from? What’s the best way to cook a skirt steak? And, most importantly, what beer should you be drinking while enjoying a tri-tip?

  • World’s Tallest Waterslide Gives You A Reason To Go To Kansas

    The world’s tallest waterslide is currently under construction at Schlitterbahn, a Kansas City waterpark. The Verruckt Meg-A-Blaster slide, set to open May 23rd of next year, will send you down its 140 foot drop at 65 miles per hour in a four person raft. Hopefully there will be higher sides added before construction is complete. Also, I’m no physicist, but it looks like that hump will send you flying into Missouri. Good news for the people of Kansas City: There will probably be some full time positions opening up at the Schlitterbahn cleaning the rafts after people schlitter their pants. 

  • Coffee Maker Cooking: Brew Up Your Next Dinner

    Think that just because you’re tiny studio apartment has no appliances you can’t have a home cooked meal? Or maybe you just can’t operate that 1930s stove that made you rent the place because it’s so Art Deco hip. Or maybe you’re just lazy. Well get yourself an electric coffee maker for $10 at whatever “mart” you favor and follow these instructions to prepare an entire home-cooked meal of poached salmon, couscous, and steamed vegetables. Then start coming up with your own recipes using the handy little device that let’s you grill, steam, or poach. Nothing like putting off being a grownup for a little while longer!

  • Rob Ford Soundboard

    Let’s hear it for BroBible for finding the Rob Ford Soundboard, allowing you to entertain yourself for hours while listening to Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s amazing soundbites on such topics as smoking crack and oral sex. I clicked the “prostitution” button so much I was almost put in a trance from his melodic delivery. He can be saying the filthiest things, but his adorable Canadian accent just makes it all okay. Now let the prank phone calls begin!