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11 Manly Foods to Celebrate No-Shave November

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There’s nothing more manly than facial hair — unless it's cooking these hearty dishes

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11 Manly Foods to Celebrate No-Shave November

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We’re halfway through No-Shave November, often called the "manliest" month of the year. We’ve guided you through avoiding beard-catching foods, but now it’s time to educate you on the manliest foods around. To help get you through No-Shave November, we’ve compiled 11 of our most macho foods from fried mac and cheese to short-rib beef burgers. Serve these up to your buddies or impress your significant other with these hearty dishes.

Big Game Baby Back Ribs

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Bratwurst Beer-Battered Corn Dogs

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Butcher Burger

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Classic Prime Rib

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Deep-Fried Macaroni and Cheese Bites

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Khe-Yo's Beef Jerky

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Pulled Pork Sandwich

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Sloppy Joes

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Spicy Cajun Hot Wings

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Stuffed Meatloaf

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Ultimate Nachos

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Talk about macho nachos! These nachos combine chunky ground beef with chipotle powder, chili powder, black pepper, and hot sauce for a spicy meaty taste in every bite. Topped off with your favorite blend of melted cheese, these nachos are perfect for any game-day snack.

Click here for the Ultimate Nachos Recipe.


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


'No-Shave November' raises cancer awareness

For some of us, as kids, “No-Shave November” just meant people had been out deer hunting and came back to town looking a little shaggy.

Then, those 30 days became something more important.

Some say it started in Chicago, around 2008 when a couple of sons decided not to shave in honor of their Dad who had died of prostate cancer.

Whatever the real starting point, “No-Shave November” is now a nationwide reason for nurturing your facial fringe.

There is no better place to celebrate than Chop Tops in Westport, and no better person to lead you into the land of the unshaven than Master Stylist, Brooke Allen.

According to Brooke, the first thing you need to do is…well… ”Don’t shave!”

Before you can do anything else, you have to decide that you really will let nature takes its course, all over your face. You simply can’t grow whisker weary.

There are beard balms and oils to help you through the first itchy days. Or, as Brooke says, you can just “man up and get through it.”

At Chop Tops, they have every possible potion and gadget to make your beard a thing of manly beauty -- and they also have the expertise.

For example, Tyler Goebel has been growing his beard for about six years now, and it still looks shiny and new!

Tyler, who works just down the street at HopCat, was in the chair early on Wednesday to remind everyone about the No-Shave November event coming to HopCat at the end of the month, Thursday, November 30.

The furry stand against prostate cancer will take place at HopCat that evening, with prizes for best or most creative beards and mustaches, as well as opportunities for you to donate.

Meanwhile, back at Chop Tops, they’re ready to help you make being hairy much less scary.

In fact, there is a product line there called “Grave Before Shave,” and, while that may be a bit extreme, the onset of the holiday season does seem to be the perfect time to “let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.”


Watch the video: No Shave November for a good cause (July 2022).


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