Planning a wedding is stressful enough without having to worry about the long list of dietary restrictions that your guests may have. Aunt Jean can't eat red meat, Uncle George can't eat chicken, and goodness be if Grandpa gets any cheese on his plate – there are so many types of diets that people are following for health or weight-control reasons, but is it your job to cater to each and every one of their needs?
Treat your family and loved ones to a meal that incorporates the smoky, earthy flavor of nature with planking. Cooking on a wood plank is something commonly seen in outdoor cooking, such as cedar-planked salmon on a barbecue grill, but there are so many other ways to plank, both indoors and out.
Try planking your family's dinner tonight; wood is good!
Get the wood ready. If you are planking in the oven, season your wood plank by toasting it in either in the oven or over the grill first.