Let’s take a look at some manly gifts of food, starting with a sampler of jerky:
This is a bit pricey at $185, but it’s 10 months of unusual jerky including ostrich and buffalo. I’ve tried that last one and it was a very manly snack.
If you’re looking for something a little different to throw on the grill,
try 12-16 pounds of buffalo prime rib. Really, isn’t that worth $370?
What list of manly food would be complete without hot sauce? I think this one would be appropriate,
However, if your man likes it really hot,
That’s Blair’s 3 AM Reserve Pepper Extract, $35 for 2.5 oz of stuff that, at between 1,500,000 and 2,000,000 Scoville Units, actually goes beyond hot.
And, if your man is more than slightly insane,
or makes chili in 50 gallon batches, a bottle of The Source is the perfect $90 way to let him know you love him anyway. By the way, this stuff is pure capsicum (the chemical that makes peppers hot) and rates 7,100,000 Scoville Units, this is an extremely DANGEROUS product if not used with care, which makes it extremely manly.
I don’t actually know if this stuff is manly or not, but Australians like it and that has to count for something.
Besides, a jar of Vegemite is worth $15 just so he’ll finally know what they’re talking about in that song about The Land Down Under.
Hot wings are manly and whiskey is manly so,
how can Jim Beam Hot Wing Sauce not qualify? It’s only $5 a bottle and would make a manly addition to a gift list.
Sure, it would be very manly if he could shoot his own deer, but if you man doesn’t have the time,
it’s still manly to cook up a rack of venison. At $105 to feed up to 8 people, it’s not even that expensive.
There aren’t many liquors more manly than tequila
and Cabo Wabo is the most manly tequila on the market. Why, you might ask? Because Sammy Hagar started the company that makes it! That alone makes it well worth the $40 price. Oh, and after your man has had a shot or five of it don’t let him drive at all, let alone over 55.
Ham is a manly food, and this is this,
10 kg hunk of PROSCIUTTO DI PARMA is also the real thing directly from the Parma hills of Italy. While it sounds somewhat steep at 200 Euros, it’s actually a good deal, considering that the last time I bought some it cost me $2.50 an oz. By the way, this stuff is killer on home made pizza.