Marinating Meat

Using Judge Cline’s # 9 for MARINATING

Marinating is a great way to add spices and tenderizing the meat, chicken, fish, etc . This is a vinegar based sauce which helps flavor your choice of meat which will melt in your mouth. I suggest that you use a container or zip lock bag (it is easy to shake, rotate, press the sauce into whatever you are choosing to marinate). You can see with ease how much sauce you need to use to cover the meat, chicken, or game. I like to let whatever I am going to cook marinate for at least 8 hours, the longer you can let it sit the better up to 24 hours. If you are anything like me I can NOT wait that long. I try and start the evening before and leave in refrigerator until ready to cook.

This is an example of how I would marinate pork, as I have said use this for all meats, or winged (feathered) creatures.

  1. Gallon Zip Lock bag
  2. Bottle of Judge Cline’s # 9
  3. Cup of oil (canola oil is best)

Place meat in bag, add Judge Cline’s # 9 until meat is half way covered by the sauce, add a little oil to help the sauce adhere to the meat, make sure bag is sealed and shake, massage, and spin bag until meat is covered. Place bag in fridge. Repeat the shaking, massaging, and spinning ever so often until ready to cook. Cook the meat until it is at desired temperature or look.