Thug Kitchen ($19) is all about inspiring people to eat good food and adopt a healthier lifestyle. In this book, the guys are delivering more than 100 recipes that include such offerings as Roasted Beer and Lime Cauliflower Tacos, Pumpkin Chili, Grilled Peach Salsa, plus everything you need to know to shop on a budget and get the ingredients you need at a good price. If you just started learning to cook and want to elevate your cooking skills then this is the book you need to read.
The Krugger BMW K1600 Nurb ($TBA) is the result of BMW France asking Fred Krugger to customize a standard BMW 1600. As you can tell from the silhouette the Nurb is almost completely customized retaining only a few of the original parts. Although the engine was not altered customizations included a brand new frame, swingarm, and Douolever forks and shocks. Flat track racing bars replace the originals to give it a more agressive profile. When done the Krugger BMW K1600 Nurb looks like it could easily hold its own on a Tron track.
Are you a fan of water sports and kayaking in particular? If so then you’ll love the new Mokai Es-Kape Motorized Kayak ($5400). Not only is it smartly designed but with this stunning watercraft, you’ll be able to reach waters inaccessible to you with typical kayaks and other water crafts. The new model is lightweight and features a Subaru motor and a high-impact polyethylene hull. You’ll also get a comfortable ride. The joystick controls allow you to steer with ease so you can enjoy whatever you’re doing from fishing to exploring.
So the question is whose faster, the Koenigsegg Agera R ($TBA) or the Bugatti Veyron? Until they get on the track we'll just have to go by the specs. The 2013 Koenigsegg Agera R has improved on its previous version with the development of a 5.0-liter V8 twin turbo engine that pushes 1,1140 horses, up 25 from the previous version, with a top speed of 274 mph. It also includes a new wheel that is made from a single piece of hollow carbon that makes the car 44 lbs lighter. Prices to come shortly.
The Spyderco Dog Tag Folding Knife ($95) is an old-school hideout blade that can easily fit in your pocket or around your neck. Ready for use whenever you need it. The overall knife measures 3.23" when fully open and 2" when close. The handle is made from titanium and features a stealthy black titanium carbonitride coating. While the blade is made from CPM-S30V steel. This little guy would make a nice option for any everyday carry arsenal. There is also a multi-colored ($85) version available if you're looking for a little more flare.
Toyota is bringing back the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 ($35,000) for one year only. That's not the worst of it. It will only be solid in Japan. Toyota is doing this to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the iconic Land Cruiser. In addition to the traditional closed cab they will also be offering a double-cab pickup version. This re-release will include some modern updates to comply with current safety regulations. The power plant will be a 4.0-liter V6 that makes about 228 horses and 266 lb-ft of torque. No auto is available so you will just need to make do with the five-speed manual. And if you're planning on doing some major off-roading with this bad boy you'll need to get the optional locking front and rear differentials and winch.