Sometimes the right Accessory can make all the difference. We've got items to help you get started, add some extra flavor and help you look cool doing it.
Cedar Grilling Planks are the perfect way to create your own gourmet style at home. Made from the finest Western Red Cedar trees available, these disposable planks will help you add a beautiful balance of flavor to your seafood, veggies, poultry or just about anything you like.
Although they are best known for cooking fish, Cedar Planks are great for cooking just about anything. Here are some ideas.
Cedar Plank Salmon
Thick, juicy hamburgers
Succulent barbeque chicken
Grilled asparagus with Teriyaki or Soy Sauce.
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Instructions for Use:
Submerge the Western® Cedar Grilling Plank in water for a minimum of one hour.
Place fish fillet (or other meat) on the Cedar Grilling Plank, skin down. Then apply your desired seasonings to the top side of the fillet.
Preheat your gas or charcoal grill to approximately 350 degrees. Then place the seasoned fillet and plank on the grill.
When the fish is golden brown, remove the plank from the grill. (Be careful-it’s HOT!)
Dispose of plank after use.
Be sure the flames are on the grill are low enough so that they do not burn the plank. The plank may get charred on the bottom, which is expected. Just as long as it doesn't burn through.
You can get BBQ Wood Smoked flavor on your gas grill simply by using a Smoker Tray. Just fill the tray with chips and put it over a lit burner. Once the chips start smoking, you are ready to put the food on.
At WESTERN, we recommend starting BBQ fires in a natural way to avoid that lighter fluid taste. Red Hot Fire Starters are the best way to get your fire going without harsh chemicals.
They are also weather resistant so they are a safe, alternative fuel for starting campfires.
Fire Starters are simply made of high quality wax and sawdust. They are formed into a dense shape to promote a longer burn time to make sure your fire is burning well before the starter is finished.
Break a Fire Starter in half. You only use half a stick for a normal BBQ fire.
Build a pyramid of wood on top of the starter, or place it under your stack of wood if you have left the room. Make sure the rough edge is exposed. For larger fires, you may want to place a half a stick on opposite sides of the wood stack.
Then light the rough edge.
The starter will burn down igniting the wood. The grooves along the sides help keep oxygen flowing for a complete burn. So by the time you are cooking, the starter is completely gone.
This custom-made barbecue apron is designed with an adjustable strap so it can be worn by any of Jack's friends. It also has two extra deep pockets specifically designed to keep your barbecue essentials close for when you may need them. This apron is made from a 65/35% polyester/cotton blend to help ensure that it will hold up to anything that may fall on it.
So whether you are a competition cook-off team member or instead the champion of your own backyard grill, you’ll feel the patience and pride that Jack Daniel himself has used in every barrel since 1866. It's not a bad way to barbecue, either.