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How To Brand Your Meat
You can give friends a meal to remember by burning your own “brand” onto their steak before serving it up.
    Hand-forged barbeque branding irons can be personalized with up to 4 initials. For ranchers who already have their own brand the company can make a nearly perfect miniature copy of the full-size brand.
    “It’s made from hand-forged steel and is a high-quality product,” says Debby Smith, T-Bone Brands, Scottsdale, Arizona. “You put the iron in the coals or directly in the fire of a gas grill. After grilling the first side of the meat, flip it and brand the meat on the cooked side. Letters are 1 1/4 in. high.”
    Prices for an iron with one or two initials start at $25 plus S&H.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, T-Bone Brands, 8902 E. Via Linda, no. 110-55, Scottsdale, Arizona. 85258 (ph 480 330-3619; info@tbonebrands.com; www.tbonebrands.com).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #1