Yea. I didn't figure you'd want to use the one I showed cause it was someone else's work. Wonder where he got his. Maybe he's a wood expert.
I showed his cause it was available to anyone on his site with no disclaimers (originator's name is on it so it's not plagerism). I'll try a little search and see if I can find anything posted on our site.
I notice that Cedar is not to be used for smoking. I have done cedar plank salmon on a grill several times. I buy the cedar wood planks at stores in a 3-4 plank set that are made for that purpose and it does a nice job on the salmon, nice flavor and smell. Why should it not be used for smoking??? What is the difference?
Good point. I've found a few articles like this one.
That said. I've cedar planked salmon also. Maybe the planks are treated to get rid of the resins making them suitable for plank cooking. Check out the first respondents comments in the article above (Randy Stevens). If Randy is still around, maybe ceder is OK. Since I've purchased my Cookshack, I don't cedar plank the salmon anymore.
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