Tenderizer Set

(4 customer reviews)

$29.90

$28.60 per unit for buying at least 5

$26.90 per unit for buying at least 10

 

  • FDA Food Compliant 304 18-8 stainless steel
  • Made and patented in the USA

Regular Value: $33.24 if purchased separately.

The perfect gift set.  The only stainless steel meat tenderizer on the market for artists to make their own handles. A meat tenderizer and chicken  (fish and garlic) pounder/press create a great Tenderizer Mallet or make separate handles so they can be used separately.  The meat tenderizer can also be used as a peanut butter cookie press!   Each is 2 1/4″ diameter and each weighs over 10 oz. so you don’t need a lot of pressure to tenderize the meat.   Each comes with a 3/8″ x 16 tpi set screw and the meat tenderizer has a black rubber cap to protect counter tops so you can keep this set on display when not in use.  *note: these caps are available separately if you purchased the tenderizer previously.  Click here

*How to: drill a 5/16″ hole in you handle blank, either use one of my self-tapping mandrels or the 3/8″ tap to thread the blank.  With the mandrel in your headstock, thread the blank on the mandrel, bring up the tailstock to initially shape your handle; this eliminates vibration.  Finish turning, apply finish of choice.  Glue the set screw in the handle using either Tite Bond  or CA.  The handle is removed to put the tenderizer in the dishwasher without the set screw just in case it came loose, it would be flying around inside the dishwasher.

*Tip: For selling at shows, make 6 to 10 different handles with the set screws attached and let the customers choose which handle they want on a tenderizer, cookie press or chicken press.  They will be creating their own “custom” sets

**note: the wood handles are only to show samples and are not included with the tenderizers. The tall sets with the thumb press on top were made by Tod Raines of Woodturning Tool Store.  The mallet was made by George Eickhoff, MO.  The 2 sets of glued up wood was created by Steve Schroeder and the set of spalted maple and walnut was turned by Jon Moore in NY.