It’s hammer time! HA!
This Cave Tools‘ Meat Tenderizer is quite unique compared to the ones I’ve previously used. Let’s start with the ergonomics. It is designed with a heavy handle, offering even weight distribution balancing the head to the grip. This allows for a steady hand when bringing it down on to the target.
Next, the head. One side is smooth, one is convex, but its not sharp. Compared to a standard mallet, which has a side with sharp, pyramid shaped teeth, the Cave Tools mallet is safe to touch. So safe I let my four year old niece help me pound some chicken.
A few smacks of the hammer later, and voila… gorgeous stuffed chicken!
Cave Tools does a great job of making sure that their products have a little something extra, quality wise, to compare to other brands. In the case of the Meat Tenderizer, I am mostly impressed with the power it has in hand. You don’t have to be strong, or have a bold, handshake grip with the mallet. Its easy to handle, and when it is used, the weight distribution puts all the punch in the right spot.
I chose to make stuffed chicken for my test drive, but this tool can also be used to crack nuts, crush bread crumbs, break up chocolate bark or peanut brittle, or smash just about anything you wish. (just remember, its not a weapon, even if you feel like Thor holding it)
Two thumbs up, of course.
To order your own click here: http://cavetools.com/products/meat-tenderizer-mallet/?utm_source=Blogger&utm_medium=Review&utm_campaign=Tenderizer
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Thank you to Michael, and everyone at Cave Tools for your patience and partnership 🙂