Absurd Marinade is a handcrafted, premium marinade made in Nevada. It comes in a variety of flavors. You can choose from the Absurd original, Absurd Chicken, or Absurd Autumn's Fire. Those who dislike bland, dry chicken will love our Absurd Chicken Marinade. This tenderizing method provides your chicken with unparalleled flavor, turning it into a delicious meal! The method also works for pork and chicken wings. If you like spicy food, try our Autumn's Fire marinade! Beef lovers will enjoy a steak like no other! Unlike other marinades, our original marinade preserves the natural flavors of the steak while providing an authentic taste.
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ITP was the reason for the creation of Absurd Marinade PDSA (Platelet Disorder support Association), is dedicated to enhancing the lives of patients with immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) and other platelet disorders. Donations from thousands of individuals and numerous organizations, corporations and foundations have allowed them to serve the ITP community, promote their needs and unite them globally. But, without charitable gifts they can’t make progress. You can click the link above for a personal donation to help ensure ITP patients are empowered through education, awareness, and provide groundbreaking research to increase the understanding of ITP and develop treatment possibilities. Together we can make the world of ITP a more manageable place to be!
These are just a few of the great things you can do with our Absurd Marinade!
You are only limited by your imagination!
The dish that inspired the idea for Absurd Marinade! Soak your meat, cook it, and toast your buns! It's simple, fast, and easy, and the whole family will enjoy it!
For best results, marinate your steak or any meat for at least eight hours, the longer the better.
RYAN'S BLOODY MARY
Founded by friends from Ryan's Saloon & Broiler in Reno, Nevada. The Ryan's Bloody Mary is made with 40 ounces of tomato juice, 20 ounces of our Absurd marinade, 8 ounces of pickle juice, 4 ounces of Worcestershire, tobasco and horseradish, and ice. You can also add olives or pickled garlic. If you want to add an extra kick of heat, try Autumn's Fire!