TrueFire Gourmet Cedar Grilling Plank – 12 Pack


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TrueFire Gourmet Cedar Grilling Plank - 12 Pack
$12.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

Product List:

  • 12 TrueFire Gourmet Woot Branded 7"x12" Cedar Grilling Planks

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Woot’s wood…er…what was I doing again?


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Previous Woot


#5

Woot Wood!


#6

tempted sooooo tempted…awww what the hell


#7

These probably aren’t reusable are they?


#8

These were offered a while ago. You can get several uses out of each plank.


#9

Did anybody use the planks from a previous woot? and if so was it any good?


#10

Cedar planks are great for grilling fish, especially salmon. I take these tailgating with me or use them at home. Nice deal here Woot!


#11

Always wet your wood before throwing it in the gas/coals.


#12

YES.
FINALLY
I’ve been looking for a 12 pack of grilling planks since I was a young lad.


#13

I’ve always wondered… are these things reusable?

I would think not, but who knows…


#14

Does it work on my George Forman Electric Grill?


#15

That’s what she said.


#16

Are these things reusable?

Those skewers… how do you handle them after they have been sitting on a hot grill and/or indoor broiler?

Edit: Nope, I was just hallucinating those skewers. I’ll go direct my questions about those over at the insane asylum known as sellout.woot


#17

Nope. You need a real fire.

Read this: http://allrecipes.com//HowTo/plank-grilling/Detail.aspx

How to Plank Grill

In choosing a plank, pick only untreated cedar, alder, hickory, or maple. Here are a few other tips to ensure plank-grilling success:

* Prepare the plank by soaking it at least one hour in a bucket or cooler filled with water. This adds moisture to the wood and prevents it from burning on the grill.
* Add 1 tablespoon of salt or 1 cup of white wine, apple juice, citrus, or berry juice to the soaking water to accent wood aromas.
* If a plank is being used for the first time, season it by placing it on a preheated grill for 2 minutes, turning once. Lightly toasting the plank on both sides will intensify its smoky flavor and prevent warping. When the plank starts crackling, it's ready for cooking.
* Place marinated or ready-to-cook foods directly on the plank. Keep the grill's lid closed as much as possible to maintain temperatures and maximize smoking. Note: planked food does not have to be turned during grilling.
* Keep a spray bottle filled with water handy so flames can be extinguished if the plank starts to burn. 

After Grilling

* Remove the plank from the grill and place into a container of water.
* Rinse a used plank with soap and water and let it dry. Re-soaking for another use is optional. Store plank in a dry, clean place.
* Reuse grilling planks about two or three times. If there's wood left, you can use the plank.
* Crumble up charred planks over coals to use as smoking chips.

#18

I’m in for summer grillin!


#19

You’re barking mad.


#20

missed these last time
2 bucks cheaper this time

in for 2 dozen