How To Pound Your Meat

Sure, you may think you’re pretty damn good at it already, but it takes more than constant practice. You need to get your hands on a good tool too....

Sure, you may think you’re pretty damn good at it already, but it takes more than constant practice. You need to get your hands on a good tool too. [See below.] And here’s the handy how to video.

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  • Judy Chivers
    30 May 2011 at 5:43 pm

    My mother swears that using the edge of a plate or saucer is best for pounding meat as it does not cut but flattens. We can learn from our elders (sometimes).

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