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The Sauceman’s Satchel

The Sauceman's Satchel

We all know that person who is super into grilling. Whenever you have a barbecue, you invite this person over and you hand him or her the burgers, demanding asking, “Can you cook these for me, please??” Going to their house for a meal always means grilling and, if they’re a good Grillmaster (as we call him or her), they have all these weirdo tricks and sauces and this and that on deck at all times. These people are undoubtedly those who shop at Light My Fire at the Original Farmers Market. Here’s something for these people: The Sauceman’s Satchel, a convenient condiment-on-the-go item for “those people.”

The Sauceman's Satchel

The product is from John Konesky, an on-the-go LA musician who was tired of traveling and not having his normal food items. In his words, he wanted to find a way to help heal any “weak” food you eat on the road. To solve this, he made a stash of on-the-go sauces and such. He designed, prototyped, and made a little three vial sauce transporter to make dressing at home or at someone else’s home or on a plane or wherever manageable: it’s a transportable spice station. Moreover, as Konesky points out in a description, it obviously can be used for anything from dry spices to sugars to booze–whatever you want.

Admittedly, this is a product for a very specific person. Like the Grillmaster mentioned before, that person totally would want and need a Sauceman’s Satchel. If you know any or are that Sauceman, help Konesky out by supporting his Kickstarter campaign. It appears to only recently to have gotten started and is already nearly a tenth of the way there.

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