Planking Secrets: How to Grill with Wooden Planks for Unbeatable Barbecue Flavor
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Planking Secrets: How to Grill with Wooden Planks for Unbeatable Barbecue Flavor

by Ron Shewchuk
     
 

Tips, tricks and recipes for a sizzling new trend.

Planking is the hottest new trend in backyard grilling. Grilling on wooden planks allows the food to be saturated with the flavors from the barbecue and wood, creating a unique dish. Planking Secrets is the best, and most practical, step-by-step guide to an ancient cooking technique that uses

Overview

Tips, tricks and recipes for a sizzling new trend.

Planking is the hottest new trend in backyard grilling. Grilling on wooden planks allows the food to be saturated with the flavors from the barbecue and wood, creating a unique dish. Planking Secrets is the best, and most practical, step-by-step guide to an ancient cooking technique that uses modern grilling equipment.

This comprehensive cookbook features more than 80 recipes, including tempting appetizers, tasty side dishes, meaty main courses and delectable desserts. From classic cedar-planked salmon and maple-planked pork loin to more exotic dishes like planked swordfish kebabs and planked pears

with an ice wine reduction, the author shares some of his secrets of successful plank-cooking.

Planking Secrets also includes:

  • Plank-cooked menus for any occasion
  • An overview of the history and lore of plank cooking
  • Music to plank by
  • A sourcelist for good-quality cooking planks and ingredients.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781552857618
Publisher:
Whitecap Books, Limited
Publication date:
04/02/2007
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

As chief rib-turner, Ron Shewchuk has led his Rockin' Ronnie's Butt Shredders to more competition victories than any Canadian team in the history of championship barbecue. In 2001, in a stunning upset at the Oregon State Open Barbecue Championship, Ron and his team became the only Canadian team ever to win a U.S.-based barbecue competition. He lives in North Vancouver, British Columbia.

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