Steak Branding Irons: A Unique Father’s Day Gift

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A steak branding iron is great for the backyard BBQ, tailgate, or a decorative item in the home. If you want to give your father something special that he will remember and use forever, consider a branding iron from Steakbrands.com.

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) June 9, 2005 – Are you looking for a personalized Father’s Day gift to show him you care, but don’t want to spend a fortune? A personalized branding iron from http://steakbrands.com makes a great gift. If your dad is the “King” of the BBQ this is the gift that you’ve been looking for.

SteakBrands.com offers individual letter brands, western themed brands and has just added major college branding irons so that he can show his true team spirit at his next cookout or tailgate.

Branding irons turn up as not only father’s day gifts but for all sorts of occasions including corporate gifts, wedding gifts and Christmas. A branding iron is great for the backyard BBQ or a decorative item in the home. If you want to give your father something special that he will remember and use forever, consider a branding iron from http://steakbrands.com.

With a steak branding iron you can sear your personal initials or team logo into your grilled steak and show off your prized recipes. Another popular option is to brand an entire party's steaks with an R, M, or W letting you know which steaks are Rare, Medium, or Well done. Just heat the iron on the grill as the meat cooks. An ingenious gift for any lover of grilled meats. Cleans easily with soap and water.

There is a whole array of different steak brands to choose from. There are mini-brands which you can heat up with an average lighter, classic steak brands, college team logo brands, and lastly, there's the specialty brands such as “Dad's BBQ” available as well.

Average size of the standard brands is 1.25" to 1.5: so they don't char the entire top of the steak (each brand will vary in weight). The standard brands are nearly 10 inches long to avoid burning while branding the meat. The mini brands are under 1” width and nearly 5 inches long. The college and specialty brands are 3" x 3" x 16" and weigh about two pounds each.

Branding was an ancient practice before the first cow came to America. Some 4000-year-old tomb paintings show Egyptians branding their fat, spotted cattle. Hernando Cortés burned crosses on the hides of the small herd he brought with him to Mexico. The vaqueros passed the custom on to US cowboys, who developed and refined their own calligraphy.

Creative Web Solutions, LLC is a Kansas City based company that has been in operation for over 4 years and focuses on competitive pricing and great customer service.

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David Lalumendre

Creative Web Solutions, LLC.

1-888-490-4587

http://steakbrands.com

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