The 10derizer Becomes Reality

Since I was a young boy, I have been fortunate to know Carlton as that special part of Texas that, for me, is simply home. Over the years it has become a place that reminds me of everything that's important in life - family, friends, and community. So far, it's a town that has managed to escape the chaotic speed of today's busy world, and it represents a truly relaxing way of life.

I have been blessed with being able to spend a great deal of my life hunting, fishing, cooking and inventing. And as far as the inventing goes, I have to tell you that when it comes to tenderizing meat, nothing beats my latest creation - the 10derizer. It’s an easy, no mess way of taking a tough cut of meat and turning it into something that's actually worth cooking!

Over the years, I have spent a lot of my time and money experimenting with all types of gadgets and machines that were designed to do one thing alone, and that's tenderize meat. As hard as I tried, and as many different products as I went through, I just couldn’t find a tenderizing tool good enough to get the job done - those old splatter mallets were a mess, and my commercial tenderizer went missing, but that's another story altogether!

I finally came to the conclusion that if I stood a chance at ever having a meat tenderizing tool that was done right, I would have to design one myself. So, that's exactly what I set out to do. I had the concept in my mind, but that's all I had. Not wanting to spend a lot of unnecessary money on development, I went and got my grinder and made a rough model of what I wanted. It was a far cry from being a finished product, but the idea and the principle were the same.

The 10derizer is the result of a lot of hard work, and it shows in just how easy of a tool it is to use. I’m in the process of developing a few new kitchen inventions that'll also knock your socks off. Be sure to check back often so you don’t miss out on what’s coming your way!