‘Paleo’ burger, chicken, and bacon from The Sports Bible

Arby’s has added two new meat tenderizers to its menu this week, including a new one made from meat.

The meat tenderizing tool is named the “Paleojet,” and is made with meat, chicken thighs, and ground turkey.

The tool features a red and black exterior that resembles a paleo burger.

It’s available in a few different meat varieties, including turkey, duck, lamb, and beef, and is available in six flavors.

The company said in a press release that the meat tenderiser is designed to “enhance the flavor, texture, and nutritional value of your favorite meats.”

Arby’s also has two new barbecue sauces in its lineup.

The “Foggy Smoke” is made from ground turkey, pulled pork, and pulled pork sausage.

It features a spicy, earthy flavor.

The “Fusion” is the same as the “Fogs,” with smoked bacon, and the “Black & Decker” is a blend of smoked bacon and ground pork.

Both sauces are available in two sizes.

The larger size is available only at Arby, while the smaller size is also available at other stores.

The announcement comes on the heels of an announcement earlier this month that Arby had expanded its meat tenderization program, adding two new options.

The company announced plans to expand the selection of meat tenderisers to include ground turkey and ground beef.

It also said it is adding a new bacon-based meat tenderizer that will be available in January.