Decorate Your Christmas Tree the BBQ Jew Way

Need I remind you, my fellow BBQ Jews, that Christmas is just a few weeks away?  If you are like me (i.e., a Jew who married a wonderful Christian woman who feels the holidays are not complete without a sap-stained tree dropping needles on the floor) or even if you’re not, it’s time to buy your Christmas tree.  And you know what’s cool about Christmas trees?  Ornaments, that’s what.  But not just any ornaments. I can tell that you’re a pretty cool guy/gal because you are reading this blog.  Because of that, I know for a fact that only BBQ Jew ornaments will do your Christmas tree justice. 

As luck would have it, you can buy BBQ Jew ornaments here. So what are you waiting for?  Break into your piggy bank (no pun intended) and get your money ready to spend on ornaments at the  BBQ Jew Store .  All major credit cards are accepted and operators are standing by, but Hanukkah gelt is not accepted.

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Labor Day Weekend BBQ Jew Merch Sale

Good news, BBQ Jew fan(s).  You can order your favorite–or least favorite–BBQ Jew merchandise at rock bottom prices that are cheap enough make a dead man weep. Okay, not really sure what that means, but you can indeed get aprons at 60% off,  and t-shirts and mugs at 10% off

Visit the online store and enter LABORDAYSALE for the coupon code at checkout.

Father’s Day Merch Sale

Don’t you want dad to be happy after all the years of headaches you brought him?  Now’s your chance to finally make him proud of you.  In honor of Father’s Day, you can get free shipping for orders of $35 or more through tomorrow afternoon.  Just enter the “DADDYFREEGRD” coupon code at the BBQ Jew store.

Dad sure would look nice in a “Devout from Tail to Snout” t-shirt.  And you’d better believe he’d enjoy his next cup of coffee even more if he had a BBQ Jew logo mug to drink it from (oh, and don’t forget, dad always likes his coffeee with a shot of whiskey).  Or maybe all dad wants for Father’s Day is a “Pork is Kosher, Right?” bumper sticker for his F-150.  Heck, get him one of each to make up for all the pain he’s endured since you were born…

20.10% Off BBQ Jew T-Shirts & Mugs

I am guessing that one of your New Year’s resolutions is to buy some BBQ Jew merchandise before the end of 2010, right?  Good news, that’s a resolution you can cross off your list today at 20.10% off regular prices for t-shirts and mugs.  Lucky you. 

Just visit our online store at http://www.zazzle.com/bbqjew and enter the coupon code “NEWYOUZAZZLE” at checkout.  Hurry though, this offer expires at midnight on Tuesday!

BBQ Jew Merchandise On Sale

With Christmas and Hanukkah fast approaching, there is no better time than now to order BBQ Jew merch.  Wouldn’t your newborn niece look nice in an “I’m Fine with the Swine” onesie?  Wouldn’t your husband love a “Devout from Tail to Snout” BBQ apron?  Don’t you crave a “Pork is Kosher, Right?” coffee mug?  These are rhetorical questions but feel free to answer them with your credit card at the BBQ Jew Store.

We sell through Zazzle.com, which is having a “12 Deals of Christmas” sale right now with a different deal announced each day.  Free shipping, 30% off discounts and more.  Just visit the BBQ Jew Store and follow the “Click for code” link near the top of the page to see the deal of the day and other coupons available. 

Order now while supplies last.  Some restrictions may apply.  Offer void where prohibited by kosher law.  Your newborn niece doesn’t care what her onesie says. 

Barbecue Breather

We BBQ Jews take few barbecue breaks. So when we do, you can be damn sure it’ll be to talk about something like…bacon. And not just anything about bacon, but something amazingly cool like:

This bacon board game!

Yup, that’s right, Mr. Bacon’s Big Adventure. Or, as I like to call it, item #1 on my Hanukkah list.

The goal of the game is to maneuver your bacon-piece through the perils of Meatland (the wiener wasteland, the mustard marsh) to reach the frying pan. It’s quite similar to my weekend mornings, minus the wheel spinning and obstacles.

Ignoring the whole cannibalism thing, I particularly like the bacon family pictured here playing the game. Dad with his argyle sweater and junior with his ‘B’ cap. If strips of bacon have this much fun playing the game, surely you will, too.

Not only does the game look entertaining, it just might be the answer to your very own holiday gift prayers (in addition the BBQ Jew stuff, natch). And if board games aren’t your thing, the game maker’s site has a range of porcine present ideas, from the sublime to the ridiculous.

BACONJEW

bacon

We just discovered we have a brother-in-arms trotters: Marc Schapiro, author of baconjew.com.  Marc’s blog is a humorous ode to that almost-as-good-as-barbecue meat, bacon.  It’s good to know there is another Jew out there wasting his time writing about, and salivating over, forbidden meat.