ThinkGeek has come up with a way for grilling aficionados to lay claim to their favored piece of meat. The customizable BBQ Branding Iron lets users sear their name directly onto meat as it cooks on the grill.
Customers at Sawgrass Mills in South Florida now have the option of storing luggage and packages on-site while they shop, or having bags and bundles shipped home or delivered to the airport, under a program launched earlier this month with Las Vegas-based Bags to Go. Shoppers can call, text or e-mail to have their packages delivered to them when it's time to leave.
Williams-Sonoma is offering the Beer Making Kit to aid would-be brewmasters in producing homemade IPA or summer wheat ale. The kit includes a fermenting jug, tubing and an airlock, brewing up the beer in 17 days.
British consumers are shelving plans for big-ticket purchases as a result of a gloomy outlook on the economy, according to a new report from the Nationwide Building Society. Increases in taxes and energy bills combined with meager wage gains have dampened consumer outlook since the beginning of the year.
The Parasia E577 Digital BBQ Tongs offer grilling aficionados more than just the ability to move things on and off the grill. The product's LCD display features a thermometer and flashlight, and can be programmed to sound an alarm when the meat has reached a proper temperature.