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Chunky Marinade Injector

Injects Marinade With Chunks Into Meat
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This marinade injector is designed to inject marinades which include tiny chunks like garlic, bacon bits, etc, into meat without clogging.

The injector is a syringe type with plunger, with finger grips protruding from either side of the housing. The housing is a single piece formed by injection molding of a metallic glass, smoothly and seamlessly transitioning from cylindrical shape to conical and then to a thick needle shaft (2mm internal diameter) with a sharp tip. The end of the plunger portion will have a compressible rubber stopper forming a tight seal, to drive the contents of the syringe, chunks and all, into the meat.

After use, the injector could be cleaned by rinsing it with water, and if necessary, using the plunger to drive the water out the needle.

sanman, Sep 03 2012

Liquid Meat Liquid_20Meat
Tender, injectable [4and20, Sep 03 2012]

Prior Art http://www.roncopro...-injector-p-85.html
Not an original idea [Vernon, Sep 03 2012]

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       How are you going to keep the needle from clogging with meat ?
FlyingToaster, Sep 03 2012
  

       Do ordinary surgical needles clog with meat? I guess they must, which is why they're single use.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Sep 03 2012
  

       2mm wide ones of the regular design probably would.
FlyingToaster, Sep 03 2012
  

       This brings up an invention of mine: the meat blender.   

       Well, someone here was first, but doesn't that just prove it's a good idea?
4and20, Sep 03 2012
  

       It will unclog if enough pressure is applied.   

       We suggest keeping the 2mm needle, but replacing the reservoir with cast cobalt steel, about 100mm thick.   

       The piston would be propelled by a suitable double-base extruded propellant charge.   

       The needle would be quite unlikely to clog.   

       Warning: this kitchen appliance may fall under the scope of some international arms limitation treaties.
8th of 7, Sep 03 2012
  

       Are you sure "having a chunky marinade injection" isn't a euphemism for something?
hippo, Sep 03 2012
  

       Eventually, given enough pressure, yes ...
8th of 7, Sep 03 2012
  

       well, the point bit could be fine enough to poke in, without any reverse-poking taking place, if it was a sort of clamshell arrangement that expanded under pressure. [+] I've often wanted something like this.
FlyingToaster, Sep 03 2012
  

       Save yourself all the grief. Slice meat. Inter lay filling and sliced meat. Cook. Feed to dog. Get stuck into a Maccas.
Lesser Spotted Kiwi, Sep 04 2012
  

       // I've often wanted something like this //   

       [FT], don't ask, don't tell …
8th of 7, Sep 04 2012
  
      
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