Friday, February 12, 2016

Western Red Cedar Planks Practically Free

Fig.1 Barbeque Joe 
Cedar Grilling Planks
By Gary Boutin

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Barbeque Joe Cedar Grilling Planks

My wife loves fish, we call it brain food. It's easy to digest and it taste great. So one day she noticed that her brother was using a cedar plank to cook the fish. We been looking for deals ever since. This is one of our finds. 

This post show the six steps to using a Barbe-Que cedar wood planks. 

Step 1: Fig.1 shows Barbeque Joe Cedar Grilling Planks which was found at a dollar store. Yes, that's .99 cents each.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows these cedar wood planks sold in bulk. We also found them on Amazon.com for 4 planks for $19.67 including free shipping. You decided which is the better deal.

Fig.2 Dollar Tree Sale
Step 3: Fig.3 shows these plank are not the same quality has the ones on Amazon.com but the price sure works for my wallet. Cedar plank cooking is always done on Western Red Cedar boards.  
Fig.3 Cedar wood planks
Step 4: The Firepit and Grilling Guru states on their website that the cedar planks need to be soaked in water for one day. Click on Western Red Cedar boards to get great advice on great barbeque cooking.
Step 5: allrecipes.com has (five stars) for a quick and delicious Cedar Planked Salmon written the cook named wmore. This post has been reviewed 333 times so you know your going to love it.
Step 6: Now all you have to do is compile the ingredients and the cedar planks and cook a great meal for your family and friends. 


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