The new SHARK (TM/PATENT PENDING) Marinating Delivery System is now being manufactured for retail distribution.
Boston, Mass (WiredPRNews.com) The SHARK (TM/PATENT PENDING) system was invented by big band singer Brian Evans, actor/producer Arman Zajic, and artist Andrew Biltz. The purpose of the product was to create a mechanism that injected marinating fluids into meat prior to cooking beef, chicken, or seafood.
“The idea was to create a product for the likes of televised shopping networks and kitchen retailers. This product will allow it’s customers to place their beef, chicken, or seafood into a mechanism that delivers the customer supplied marinade into the center of the meat, removing the previous method of just sticking the food into a bag after poking a few holes in the meat and marinating it over night. This product will allow the consumer to place their food in the system, and when it is removed the meat has been internally saturated with whatever marinade the consumer wishes to use,” says Evans. “My choice would be Stubbs,” laughs Evans.
Evans himself is a singer who has been opening for the likes of Joan Rivers, Dionne Warwick, Social Distortion, and Jay Leno since he was 17 years old. He is currently recording his major label debut under multiple Grammy Award winning producer Narada Michael Walden. Evans also wrote the Boston Red Sox inspired song “At Fenway,” which has just been picked up by Best Buy for national distribution.
“I have a true love for cooking at home, and I have often marinated my own foods to great disappointment. I was thinking…how do we get that marinade into the center of the meat without tearing the food apart before it’s cooked?,” says Evans.
Evans is now in talks with two major television “shop from home” networks about making the product available on their programs both domestically and through their international partners. It would be a signature product, which will include a free copy of one of Evans’ previously released CD’s.
Evans involved Zajic and Biltz in the creative process based on what he believes is their artistic talents.
“I like to involve my friends in what I’m doing. If you do what you do all for yourself, then it’s not much fun,” Evans concludes. “I happen to be surrounded by very smart people who are the legs beneath my imagination.”
The anticipated sales that the invention will ring up is more than $30 million annually.
For more information about Brian Evans, visit www.brianevans.com