Meat Pounder (6-in.): Black by MIU France
The soft grip is non-slip on MIU's zinc alloy reversible meat tenderizer/pounder. Unscrew the handle and flip the top to change the tenderizer into a pounder -- great for pounding beef, chicken, pork and fish into thin, even slices for faster cooking. Measures: 3.25-in. L x 3.25-in. W x 6-in. H Dis... See complete description »
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The soft grip is non-slip on MIU's zinc alloy reversible meat tenderizer/pounder. Unscrew the handle and flip the top to change the tenderizer into a pounder -- great for pounding beef, chicken, pork and fish into thin, even slices for faster cooking. Measures: 3.25-in. L x 3.25-in. W x 6-in. H Dishwaster safe.
we have been looking for this everywhere. We have seen it often on Food Network. We are so glad to have it finally. It really works well. Thank-you! The Considines
This is easy to use. Has substantial weight (but not too heavy). It is easy on the wrist (I have suffered with carpul tunnel and so am careful about wrist extension. It is easy to clean. A good product.
I had been looking in many cooking stores and found nothing available, yet most chefs online were using meat pounders. I'm very pleased with my selection and will reccommened to others. I'm especially pleased with service from Cook.com.
Don't know how much i'll use this but i have an old steel hammer with spikes on that is probably from the l950's, it wasn't looking so good. This will do the trick.
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