Grilling the perfect steak is a science takes practice and patience. For those who have mastered it, it’s not only about just the technique, but it’s also about where to buy the meat (go to your local butcher shop instead of the grocery store) and the preparation before even heating up your pan or grill.
So you’ve finally mastered the art, and can prepare each steak to the perfect temperature for you and your guests, but how do you mark the steak for its doneness without looking like an amateur or ruining the steak by poking everyone’s meal?
Luckies Barbecue Stamp lets you mark your steak to indicate how well it has been cooked. Heat it up on hot coals or gas, and when the steak is cooked to your desired state you can press the respective stamp on the steak. With three sides that mark ‘Black & Blue’, ‘Little Bit of Blood’ or ‘Nearly Burnt’, you and your guest won’t have to second how well each steak has been cooked.