Knuckle Meat Pounder

Dec 9, 2013

Category: Food

Pro tip: If you tell your parents you just used your knuckles to pound your meat, make sure you quickly follow that statement up with a tray of hamburgers. Because the only thing parents love more than an awkward innuendo from their son is a delicious cheeseburger with melt-in-your-mouth meat made buttery soft with the Knuckle Meat Pounder.

This is a metal meat tenderizer that makes softening up your steak or poultry (or home intruder) a much more enjoyable process. Just slip your fingers into the holes and start beating that meat till it cries for frying pan mercy. I’m just guessing here, but it probably also does a solid job of slapping your salami too. [Purchase]

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