Meat Tenderizer (16-blade) by Jaccard
The Jaccard Meat Tenderizer is easy to use and improves the taste and texture of any beef, fish, or poultry. Just push the tenderizer over top of meat and let the razor sharp stainless steel blades do the work. By tenderizing beef, chicken, pork, lamb, venison, or fish, food will marinate faster an... See complete description »
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The Jaccard Meat Tenderizer is easy to use and improves the taste and texture of any beef, fish, or poultry. Just push the tenderizer over top of meat and let the razor sharp stainless steel blades do the work. By tenderizing beef, chicken, pork, lamb, venison, or fish, food will marinate faster and cook in no time. For use on all cuts and grades of meat and can also be used on whole roasts, chickens, and turkeys. Ideal for use when grilling, barbecuing, roasting, broiling, braising, and baking.
I have wanted one of these for several years. But with meat prices being what they are I finally decided it was time to give it a try. OMG! I only wish I had gotten it sooner. I can now buy cheaper (might I added better tasting) cuts of meat and they are still tender and yummy.
I just love this meat tenderizer. I've tried several others in the past, but none have been as good as the jaccard. I would recommend this to all of my friends. It is a great item.
I have used this tenderizer on many different cuts of meat but have found that it really does nothing to tenderize. The meat does cook more quickly. However, a poor cut of meat will always be a poor cut of meat. Also, this device is difficult to clean and extremely sharp! I have learned to just invest more in a better cut of meat or in more time to cook a lesser cut.
I've had one of these for some years and absolutely love it, especially on pork chops, as they are so dense. I bought this one for a friend.
This item is expensive compaired with others on the market, but the Made in USA quality almost surpasses the higher price. A very usefull kitchen tool.
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