Cedar Barbecue Planks (Set of 6) by Pacific Northwest Fine Wood Products
For centuries, Native Americans used cedar planks to grill fresh fish and game, imparting a smoky flavor to foods. Now, you can replicate those rich flavors by adding a smoky flavor to your favorite foods on the grill with these Cedar Barbeque Planks. Each plank is big enough to fit two servings and... See complete description »
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For centuries, Native Americans used cedar planks to grill fresh fish and game, imparting a smoky flavor to foods. Now, you can replicate those rich flavors by adding a smoky flavor to your favorite foods on the grill with these Cedar Barbeque Planks. Each plank is big enough to fit two servings and can be used with gas or charcoal barbeques. Include an extra plank or two if you're cooking for larger groups. It works on both gas or charcoal barbecues. Just soak the planks in water first to help prevent them from splitting as they heat up. The bottom and sides of the plank will become blackened as your food grills; just toss the plank after grilling and use another one the next time. Not intended for indoor use.
still trying to get it to burn/smoke!
I am hoping son-in-law like these will no this summer
Quickly shipped and well packged.
THERE IS REALLY NOTHING WRONG WITH YOUR PLANKS.HOWEVER THE DAY AFTER I ORDERED THEM WHILE SHOPPING AT COSTCO I FOUND AND BOUGHT LARGER SIZED PLANKS FOR HALF THE PRICE!!!!! AS I COOK WITH PLANKS OFTEN I PURCHASED THEM AND HAVE GONE BACK TO GET MORE.
This is the least expensive pack of planks I have seen anywhere. We love the subtle flavor they impart to salmon or veggies.
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There are two major styles of grilling: direct heat and indirect heat. Direct heat means cooking food directly over the heat source the entire time; it's good for thin cuts of meat or vegetables, and perfect for burgers. Indirect heat means creating an oven-like environment (using a lid) for larger cuts of meat that need long, slow heat, or foods (like pizza) that need to be seared, then finished slowly.