(1) Maverick Remote BBQ Thermometer and Timer - ET-901
Description: (click show to see it)
Maybe you like to do things just like everybody else. Maybe you're
afraid to step out of line, to break somebody's
kid-tested-mother-approved rulebook. Well, not me. I go my own way. It
started when I was born. Let's just say I didn't exit the womb the
usual way. I don't just sit there and read a book; I tear all the pages
out and shuffle them into a different order - a unique order.
When I make a sandwich, I put the peanut butter and jelly on the
outside of the bread. And I use petroleum jelly. Hey, don't waste your
breath telling me what's "edible" and what's not. Pigeonholes are for
Same goes for when I roast or smoke meats. I fire
up the logs in my walk-in oven, throw in a side of alpaca or a couple
of alligator flanks, and let my Maverick Remote Oven Thermometer &
Timer keep an eye on it. Then I'm free to go outside and water the
crabgrass, or head into the bathroom to shave my eyebrows. The receiver
comes along to let me know what the temperature of my meat is and when
it'll be done. For you snivelling Babbitts who need somebody to tell
you how to live, it offers six meat pre-sets and four doneness
settings. Or so it says. I wouldn't know. I've never needed them, same
as I've never felt the need for underwear.
It's not always
easy to live this maverick life. My first wife never understood why I
bathed in mare's milk, and neither did my second, third, or fifth
wives. Over the years, I've been thrown out of more museums, bait
shops, and mosques than you've ever seen. Unlike the first ten rounds
of Who Wants To be A Millionaire?, life isn't supposed to be
easy. But the hard road gets a little easier when you walk it with the
Maverick Remote Oven Thermometer & Timer.
Warranty: 90 Day Maverick
Voice alert tells you "Your food is almost ready" and "your food is ready"
Monitor food from up to 150 feet away
Six meat pre-sets and four doneness levels
Great for indoor or outdoor use
Receiver rests in transmitter when not in use
Easy-to-use pushbutton controls
Amber backlit LCD
Four AAA batteries included
Got some updated prices? Click here and update them!
Once there was a elephant who wanted to explore the world. His mother told him to b careful. The elephant started his trip with a visit to the c, where he met an alligator. The alligator said his name was D and invited the elephant to come closer. "Eee!" shouted the elephant suddenly as the alligator lunged. "F you, you little jerkface!" the alligator responded, grabbing hold of the elephant's nose. "G, something is happening!" cried the elephant. And, indeed, it was, because h and every muscle in the elephant's nose was getting stretched! "I
won't let go!" the alligator snarled, but just then, a rifle sounded,
and the alligator was shot! The elephant looked to see who had saved
him, and found none other than J.K. Rowling! "Llo," she said in her charming accent. "Mmm mmm," the elephant responded, and then, suddenly realized that he could no longer talk! "Nnnn!" the elephant cried helplessly! J.K. Rowling held him close as he cried. "O you poor dear," she cooed as she brushed his hair, "Never you worry. Just mind your P's and Q's and no one will ever notice." Notice what?
the elephant thought to himself, but then, suddenly, became aware at
how his nose had been stretched, and felt the fury release with an
angry RRRR! And then, suddenly, the
elephant woke up and it had all been a dream, mostly because it was
five o'clock on a Friday and the rest of the letters were really hard
This shirt was designed by:
srglancey, who either made up some letters or used a couple alphabets
because, I mean, it's a great drawing, but what letter is that eye
supposed to represent? And don't tell me it's a D because that's not a
D, a D goes the other way.
Wear this shirt: with your ELEPANTS HAHAHAHAHA what do you expect, we already said it's five on a Friday. We don't just sell all that <a href="http://wine.woot.com/">wine</a> for the fun of it.
Don't wear this shirt: when going piano shopping. That's like putting an egg on a chicken sandwich or watching Highlander II. It just isn't polite.
This shirt tells the world: "Yeah, go ahead and order, I'll be right there as soon as I come up with a gag about the shirt color."
We call this color: Lemon Yellophant SEE YOU MONDAY WOOOOOO
3X - M: 10" x 8.81"
S - WS: 7.5" x 6.6"
Every so often, the cast of a popular sitcom decides to up stakes
for an episode and visit some exotic locale. This is usually right
before they add a new little kid to the cast because the old little kid
isn't cute anymore. The Keatons in London, the Bradys in Hawaii, the
Conners at Disneyland: the traditional formulas are discarded. Our
familiar TV pals strike new, revealing shapes against an exotic
backdrop. Enchanted tiki idols may be involved.
not about to discover a precocious, wisecracking second cousin who
needs a loving home. But this week, in a very special episode of
Wine.Woot, we take you to exotic Australia for our debut international
offer. And we're not going there for any old kangaroo milk. We're
talking Penfolds, mate. They've been romper-stomping the grapes of
South Oz since 1844, back when Australia was still His Majesty's
biggest prison. Through everything since, through the triumphs of
Olivia Newton-John and the tragedy of Yahoo Serious, Penfolds has won
plaudits, kudos, and even some huzzahs from the global wine community.
And get this: both the 2001 and 2003 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz
were harvested in, like, March or April or something. But that's the
wacky Bizarro world of the Southern Hemisphere for you. We still
haven't figured out why all their blood doesn't rush to their heads,
with everybody walking around upside-down all the time.
good thing it doesn't. Because then we'd never experience the sublime
Aussie thrill of these two Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz vintages. As
plush and substantial as the cushions in a sultan's harem, the 2001
starts with aromas of dark fruit sprinkled with dark chocolate, cola,
anise, and licorice, joined after swirling by subtle touches of violet,
cured meat, and boiled fruitcake. It's a real smorgasbord for the nose
- and it's not all you want to smell, it's all you can smell. That old Shiraz magic will have your palate in its spell with bountiful prune, plum, and spice notes. Maybe that's why Beverage Dynamics
gave the 2001 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz a score of 91 and a
four-star review. "Beautiful," they said. "A must-have...any meal would
be honored to have this wine as its pairing."
jealous, 2003 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz, because people have said
some awfully nice things about your generous, voluptuous charms, too.
Christmas pudding, plum, cherry, spice, and demi-glace aromas! Mocha,
dark chocolate, spice, and plummy, berried fruit flavors! With 90
points from International Wine Cellar and 89 points from Wine Advocate, it's the best-reviewed Australian import since Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
And this one won't make you uncomfortable if you're trying to enjoy it
with your grandparents in the room. Don't leave this one in your cellar
too long - despite its younger age, Penfolds winemaker Peter Gago
recommends drinking the 2003 before its 2001 sibling.
we could've hired Paul Hogan or Angus Young to lend us some Aussie cred
for this episode, but what do we need them for when we've got Penfolds
making an appearance? We hope this little Australian tangent has been
as enjoyable as watching the delightful young ladies of the Eastland
School drive all the boys in Montmartre wild. Next week, we'll be back
in our same old set, with the same old wacky neighbor telling the same
old jokes to the same old laugh track.
Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Upper Adelaide, Padthaway.
Maturation: Matured in 12 months in older American Oak hogsheads