Do chefs ever beat their meat?
@ Barky - They might end up in a flop house
@ CT - Is that a dad joke?
@ Fred - That sounds like a really big job
@ Michael - That sounds a bit cruel!
@ Pronk - He did it weekly weakly
@ Mm - You sound like an expert
@ LB - If it's overdone
@ Adullah - That's very considerate
@ Sean - And how is your eyesight now?
@ And swear at you at the same time!
- ?Lv 43 months agoFavourite answer
As a teenaged boy I was proficient at meat beating and it does make your meat tender
- Weasel McWeaselLv 73 months ago
Gordon Ramsay, will happily beat the crap out of it for you.
- Adullah MLv 73 months ago
Yes , just to warn it first by beating and warn it that it would be cut to pieces with joyfulness by their own customers.
- ?Lv 73 months ago
They give it a good pounding to make it softer.
Seems counter-intuitive to me.
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- ChaiTeaLv 63 months ago
You'd think they'd be shy about it, but they often do it with their papa in.Source(s): papain.
- Anonymous3 months ago
That's the only way for it to be tender, Barney. You beat it! You get a rhythm goin' ...hard but firm ..soooooo ..firm ...beat that meat! ...beat it!!!! (Hey I got a whole brontosaurus to tenderize.)
- MichaelLv 43 months ago
Into submission I would surmise
- PronkLv 73 months ago
Cop be like,
“So,you claim Chef Boyardi hammered ewe all night long?” 👮 🐑
- 3 months ago
To perfection and it takes many many repeated attempts to soften the meat to the desired tenderness.
I'd add a photo or video but ya'll just be grossed out.
Ah to hell with it here goes
- Laughing BOYLv 73 months ago
That's a very TENDER subject!!!......😂😂😂😂