BBQ Branding Iron
Know who's steak belongs to who!
By the Australian kitchenware experts Davis & Waddell and a part of their Maverick Barbecuing Range, this customisable BBQ Branding Iron is sure to be a red hot hit at any Summer Barbeque Party! Cooking steaks and burgers to perfection is an art. How you serve them is personal, so why not personalise that service by branding in your own name, a witty expression or anything else that you can dream up? The BBQ branding iron comes with all the letters in the alphabet and spaces that allow you to spell out just about anything.
When you are happy with your wording, simply lay the BBQ branding iron on the grill to heat up the letters and, when the branding iron is very hot, press it against your meat to give it your own personalised brand.
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Why should you always send a card along with your Christmas gifts for Dad.
When you give nice Christmas presents, it may seem unnecessary to send a Christmas card too. After all, youre already showing your love and appreciation by taking the time and money to find the perfect items. But theres a very good reason why you should always send a Christmas card in addition to your Father's Christmas gifts.
No matter how nice your Christmas presents, there may come a point where theyre no longer around. Food is eaten, wine is drunk, and items wear out. A Christmas card, however, can be easily stored for years and years to come, allowing your father the ability to keep and cherish them.
So how do you send a Christmas card worth keeping?
First and foremost, pick a card that best matches the sentiments you want to send. Pick a funny card if you want to send a funny or amusing message. If you want to say something more serious to your father, just look for a neutral card.
As you write your message, allow yourself to be open and honest. If your Christmas presents for Dad carry special meaning, make sure you say how and why theyre meaningful to you. This may very well take an ordinary gift and transform it into an extraordinary one.
If your Christmas presents for Dad dont carry special meaning, thats okay! Just let your dad know what he means to you and try to be specific.
What can you write about to show how much you care?
If you dont know where to start, perhaps look first at your childhood. Search for memories or moments that made an impact on you. For example, your father may have done something in your childhood that showed you the importance of being kind and empathetic. Let him know you remember his act of kindness and how it affected you.
What if you cant remember a meaningful moment from your childhood?
You may have trouble pinpointing a specific memory from your childhood. So an alternative way to show your dad what he means to you is to write about why you appreciate him now that youre grown.
For example, if you share an activity with your father, let him know how much sharing that activity means to you. Or if you recognise in him a trait that you appreciate, let him know.
A final tip:
Giving thoughtful or meaningful Christmas gifts for Dad is a great way to show your dad that you love him. But dont forget to actually tell him how you feel. Give him a message he can keep and come back to for years to come. Hell be sure to love and appreciate your sentiments.
Our BBQ Branding iron is one of our best selling gifts for men ever; and we are so glad it continues to bring a smile to Dad's right across the country,