2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2, Page #31[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
East New Way To Tenderize Meat
It's basically a set of hand-cranked plastic rollers, like the old wringer washers, with teeth on them that roll in opposite directions, flattening, tenderizing and marinating the meat between them. Two clamps secure it to a counter or table.
It works on chicken breasts, flank steak, veal, turkey or venison and other wild game. "The pyramid-shaped prods penetrate the meat's surface, breaking up fats and allowing spices or marinades to be deeply absorbed into the meat, so all your favorite seasonings, spices or sauces burst from within the meat and doesn't burn off while cooking," the company says.
The Mr. Tenderizer is light (weighs less than 2 lbs.) and doesn't need to be disassembled to clean in the sink or dishwasher. It comes in a tub with two lids that can be placed under the rollers to prevent messes.
Sells for $24.95 plus $5 S&H. (S&H fee which will be waived if you mention this article. Does not apply to Canadian or international orders).
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Mr. Tenderizer, P.O. Box 577, West Chicago, Ill. 60186 (ph 800 383-0990 or 630 293-3030; email: email@example.com; website: www.mrtenderizer.com
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