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7 Food Items to Make Your Memorial Day 2021 Cookout More Special

It’s a three-day weekend, and what better way to celebrate it than by cooking up a feast for yourself and your family. And since a little bit of extra self-love never hurts, we’ve rounded up some of the best items you can purchase today to make your extended weekend all the more special.


Fans of deliciously sweet oysters, this one’s for all of you. Real Oyster Cult is a Massachusetts-based company offering various kinds of deliciously fresh, sustainably-sourced oysters, including Shigoku, Winter Warmer, Mintersweet, and East Cape. Real Oyster Cult curates from over 90 farms across North America and delivers an oyster-bar-experience overnight to your door. Shuck it up: Feast on the freshest oysters, seafood, and caviar at home. Every oyster you shuck helps save the oceans. #Jointhecult: It’s always a party where oysters and culture meet.

ICYMI, Mude SuperLiquids by Irish start-up, The Naked Collective is now available in the U.S. What are these babies exactly? In essence, they are deliciously refreshing, immune-support drinks that come in five different variants. Depending on your mood, you can either consume: the energy-boosting Play variant; Sleep, which promotes relaxation and boosts melatonin levels; Work, which helps you focus; Protect, which helps boost metabolism, and; Chill, which helps you manage stress and provides mental clarity.

Founded by celebrity chef Ariane Daguin in 1985, D’Artagnan is a renowned gourmet food purveyor that specializes in chef-quality, ethically-raised poultry, meats and game meats. They also have truffles and mushrooms! Anyone who’s looking for free-range, antibiotics and hormone-free meats that are sustainably raised in small farms can definitely rely on D’Artagnan to deliver. To learn more or place an order, please visit www.dartagnan.com.

Nothing quite like firing up the grill for Memorial Day weekend. Of course, your grill deserves nothing but the best all-natural and sustainable lamb and grass-fed beef from the Land Down Under. Not quite sure how to best cook their meats? Don’t worry, their website is filled with easy-to-do recipes. Order today at http://trueaussiebeefandlamb.com.


The brainchild of a US military spouse Kaylee’s Culture, was born out of Kaylee Mclaughlin’s desire to provide her kids with fun, delicious and especially healthy beverage options. Think fizzy soft drinks, but minus the sugar and instead, loaded with probiotics. Their drinks are all water-based, organic, and free from preservatives and added sugar. Each serving naturally helps support your child’s digestive and immune health.

Because all coffee lovers know that not even a three-day weekend is reason enough to stop drinking coffee. Victory Coffees is a veteran-owned and operated brand that sells organically grown, fairly-traded, international blend coffee (whole bean, ground, or single cup pods) via coffee subscription program. You can get more information about them here: https://www.victorycoffees.com

Speaking of subscription, here’s one more that caught our attention. Better Rhodes is a place where anyone and everyone trying to find tasty alcohol-free options can come and explore the best that the alcohol free market has to offer (because sometimes we just want to binge on really delicious drinks without having to feel like sh”t the next day, right?). Just head on to https://www.betterrhodes.com and explore their curated selections of spirits, wines, beers, mixers, and alcohol-free soft drinks.

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