Browse our extensive selection of cedar grilling planks here. Receive FREE shipping on all orders $35+! Q. How thick are Wildwood Grilling Outlet grilling planks?A. After years of testing and the production of millions of grilling planks, we've settled on a thickness of about 3/8" (0.35".) Not so thick that it wastes time and wood, and not so thin that the grilling planks burn-up before your food is cooked, but "just right". Q. So what is a "second" grilling plank?A. It's a completely useable grilling plank that has a visual defect that keeps it out of our retail packaging....
Using Grilling Planks in the Oven When planking in the oven, you are not looking for a smoky flavor, but rather a fresh wood flavor. That being said, don't expect to see smoke building in your oven. Think of it more as trying to add flavor with steam. Make sure to soak your plank in warm water! Warm water absorbs into a grilling plank faster than cold water will. Heat your oven to 400-450 degrees. Under 400 degrees and you won't be able to heat the moisture quickly enough for the wood flavor to absorb into whatever it is...
Wildwood Grilling believes that home is found in the great outdoors. Our grilling planks, wraps, skewers and chips use nature's seasonings to infuse your food with the warm and toasty flavor of smoke and fire. It brings you back home - where we belong. And what is home if you can't share a meal there? It's time to come back together and reconnect around the table. *If you enjoyed this blog post, please subscribe to our newsletter on the bottom of the page. You will receive an occasional e-mail about Big Sales, Free Giveaways and More!
Winter has finally given way to a beautiful spring here in the Northwest. This spring, before we know it, will become summer, where the Alaskan fishing industry will quietly swing into full gear. Keep this in mind when you're shopping for salmon this coming season:When we bring salmon home from the store to enjoy a wonderful meal, we might not consider exactly how this particular salmon got to our dinner plate. Still, in the next few months, commercial fisherman in Alaska will track some of the various life-cycles of herring and salmon while also providing an insight into the fishing...