Ann’s Projection Alarm Clock multitasks for you. It projects the time and temperature on the wall or ceiling, sets itself from radio waves, functions as an alarm clock and has a USB port so you can charge your iPhone.
Projection Alarm clock shines time and other information on the wall or ceiling, $49.50. Click image to purchase online.
Projection Alarm clock has a USB port to charge your phone.
It runs on battery (2 AAA, not included) or electricity (AC adapter included) and has snooze alarm and calendar. Choose your time zone and daylight savings time. Face is backlit and numbers are large, easy-to-read. Use batteries and cord together to prolong battery life (up to 2 years) and preserve your alarm if the power goes out in the night.
Projection Alarm clock dimensions: 5.23″ L x 1.96″ W x 4.33″ H
Projection arm swivels; angle it to view easily
Multiple time zones available
Touch the button on top to light the clock display at night
Sets time and calendar automatically through radio waves (atomic feature)
Has snooze, calendar, temp and moon phase
AAA battery or electric (includes power adapter)
Sorry, it won’t cook your eggs or fetch the paper. But it’s a reliable and informative bedside companion for $49.50. Someone you know would love one as a gift!
Get the grill master his own Texas grilling apron for Fathers Day! It’s large with adjustable strap and ties, has pockets and loops to hook cooking tools, and is colored like the Lone Star flag. Perfect gift for Dad, $24.95 each:
Texas Grilling Apron looks like the Lone Star flag, $24.95
If you need something for a special guy, one of these food books for men fits the bill. He’ll enjoy a browse when he relaxes, or add to his night-stand collection of interesting books to leaf through. Whether he wants to try his hand at these recipes or just enjoy the stories and pictures, one of these is a gift he’ll enjoy (more than another tie).
Y’all Need This Book: The Definitive Guide to Being a Texan, by Jay Sauceda. This funny and engaging primer on how to be a Texan is filled with unique Texas history, language, culture and customs, enjoyable for Texans and wannabes, too. $19.99
Patio Pizzeria: Artisan Pizza and Flatbreads on the Grill, by Karen Adler and Judith Fertig. Lots of perfect homemade pizza recipes for cooking on the grill. $20
The Chili Cookbook: A History of the One-Pot Classic, with Cook-off Worthy Recipes from Three-Bean to Four-Alarm and Con Carne to Vegetarian by Robb Walsh. 60 mouth-watering chilis from easy slow-cooker suppers to stunning braised meat creations. $18.99
Eat Like a Man: The Only Cookbook a Man Will Ever Need by Ryan D’Agostino and David Granger. Collection of 75 recipes and food writing for men who like to eat, cook, and read about great food. $30
Firepit Cooking by Vanessa Bante. Family-friendly dishes over a backyard fire pit or at the campground, with 75 scrumptious recipes. $15.99
The Beer Book is a visual catalog of more than 800 breweries, whistle-stop beer trails, and key beer facts, an indispensable guide to the world’s favorite drink. $25
1001 Beers You Must Taste Before You Die. This latest volume in the acclaimed 1001 series supplies the connoisseurs’ scoop on ferreting out the best among an ever-increasing array of available brews. $36.95
Jerky Everything: Foolproof and Flavorful Recipes for Beef, Pork, Poultry, Game, Fish, Fruit, and Even Vegetables, by Pamela Braun. Encompasses not only a variety of dried meat snacks but also veggie and fruit jerkies. $19.95