In Weakness We stand in strength, In Fear We stand with courage, But In Love We fall helplessly, Paralyzed.
It’s hard to convince your poker buddies to raise the weekly stakes if you’re playing with chips that cost less than the beer they bring with them. This Dunhill Poker Set ($700) can take care of that situation, and then some. It includes three hundred aluminum chips in various colors, five poker dice, and two packs of silver-edged Alfred Dunhill playing cards, all housed in a carbon fiber box with a sliding lid. Next thing you know, you’ll have to establish a dress code. [Scouted by Erik]
It takes most people years to acquire a reasonable amount of add-on junk for the console of their choice — but if you lack the time and have the money the Pinel & Pinel Arcade PS Trunk ($90,000) can have you gaming like an old pro on day one. This insane set includes a PS3, two Formula 1 racing seats with Thrustmaster steering wheels, a selection of 24 PS 3 games, an 1,800-watt sound system, a Playstation Move camera, four Move controllers, two Move shooter guns, four PS3 wireless buzzers, four Dualshock 3 controllers, two arcade fighting sticks, a 55″ Sony TV, and four pairs of 3D glasses, all of which is housed in a custom trunk that’s covered in calfskin and measures just 51″ x 55″ x 36″ when closed.
No worries about this one ending up like the rickety table at the neighborhood bar. This Electropolished Steel Foosball Table ($4,000) is crafted in Spain from the aforementioned electropolished steel and hardy iroko wood. It features metal players and built-in levelers for keeping things perfect even when that surface isn’t, all of which combines to make it rugged enough for outdoor use — even if you’re unlikely to ever take it outside.
4 slices of bacon
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
Kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper
Cajun seasoning (like Slap Ya Mama)
1 cup each cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese
1/2 cup of homemade or commercial barbecue sauce
1/2 cup of chopped tomato
1 green onion, sliced
Preheat broiler, or heat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking pan with foil and spray with non-stick spray; set aside. Cook bacon until cooked, but not too crisp; set aside. Cut chicken breasts in half lengthwise so that you have 8 flat pieces of chicken. Season both sides with the salt, pepper, onion powder and Cajun seasoning. Grill or pan sear chicken just until browned on both sides and transfer to the baking pan.
Coat each chicken breast with about 1 tablespoon of barbecue sauce. Cut cooked bacon strips in half and place one half onto each piece of chicken. Mix together the cheeses, and evenly divide among each piece of chicken. Place into a preheated 350 degree F oven, or under the broiler, just long enough until juices run clear, chicken is cooked through, and the cheese is melted. Remove, garnish with chopped tomato and sliced green onion, and serve immediately with a side salad, potatoes, or a vegetable and bread.
Note: These make great sandwiches. Remember, these are very thin chicken cutlets that will not take long to cook. Take care not to overcook or you will not be happy with the results. I used a thick cut applewood bacon.
Ok not healthy But good lol Every once and a while you got to treat yourself bad and good at the same time lol