TrueFire Gourmet Cedar Grilling Plank – 12 Pack


#1

#2

I’ll use this to grill all those keyboards I just bought


#3

Know how to eat grilled carp? Baste carp on plank with lemon butter. Turn twice baste again. Throw away carp, eat plank


#4

Waking up early finally paid off; these are what I’ve been waiting for.


#5

Do they work as cutting boards too?


#6

Excellent for roofing and siding and you can even cook on them. Just not when they are on the roof.


#7

No, you should not use them as cutting boards. Just throw them on the grill with meat on top! yumm


#8

These are nice…good thickness… bought them when they were $15 a year ago. In for 3.

You could call these a “smoking deal”… :slight_smile:


#9

Well, they are a smooth piece of wood that isn’t your counter, so yes.


#10

I hope it comes with the Woot logo on them!


#11

Sweet! Only have a couple left from the last time!


#12

They do


#13

Well, in the summer time you could.


#14

How many times can you use these before having to pitch them? Do they really work?


#15

I’m getting board . Sorry, someone had to.


#16

I wonder the same thing. If these are indeed reusable, the deal makes sense.


#17

These planks work really nice in my closet. I have also cut some up and put them into the dresser drawers.

Much nicer and less expensive than purchasing cedar from the lumberyard.


#18

They do really work, and are great for white meats and fish.

You can use them once, but you can be creative… I take the used boards and burn them up in my smoker.

Not really reusable because the bottom will get charred as you use it… that’s how they work. :slight_smile:


#19

With most cooking planks, they CAN be used more than once if they don’t get too charred (don’t sit them on a flame), but the first time they’re used is always going to be the best.


#20

Try these with some Copper River Salmon when it comes in season (May/June). Incredible!