Bourbon Barrel Grill Wood: Smoke The Flavor Into Its Meat Cave

Little known presidential fact: When President George W. Bush told the military to smoke Al Qaeda out of their caves in 2001, he also suggested they use mirrors, but time constraints forced him to cut that portion of the speech out. Instead of smoking things out, the home grill master looks to smoke things in–like flavor. This Bourbon Barrel Grill Wood ($14) delivers taste in abundance to whatever you’re cooking, as they’re the same blocks used to smoke the company’s salt, sugar, and spices.

Wondermade Bourbon Marshmallows

Marshmallows are interesting, but lack a sense of purpose when unaccompanied by a healthy endowment of liquor. Whiskey is desirable, but lacks a sense of sophistication without a marshmallow. For these two valid reasons, Wondermade has fused these two ingredients to create the Handcrafted Bourbon Marshmallow ($7.50/box). Made by one of Kentucky’s finest distillers, these ‘mallows are laced with Maker’s Mark bourbon whiskey, which is proclaimed to have a “sweet body and warm aroma.” Each box comes with 16 1″x1″ marshmallows, half of which will be likely dedicated to your next batch of “inexplicably fantastic” candied yams.