Plank Cooking: The Essence
of Natural Wood
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Authors: Tiffany & Scott Haugen
Fire up the grill and get ready to impress your family & friends with these delicious and unique plank-cooking recipes! Thai red curry prawns, prime rib, stuffed mushrooms, grilled peaches with vanilla topping . . . these are just a few of the over 100 recipes brought to life in this fully illustrated, one-of-a-kind cookbook.
Plank Cooking shows you how to master the art of plank cooking—from seasoning the planks to detailed cooking tips, plank preparation, wood types and their flavors, and more. In the oven or on the grill, plank cooking is fun and simple.
All hail The Master of the Grill!
6 x 9 Inches, 152 Pages, All-Color, Index
Published September 2004
"Cooking meals using a plank is a very special and ancient culinary art incorporating the natural and aromatic qualities of wood that can be practiced in a kitchen oven or on an outdoor grill with equal efficacy. In Plank Cooking: The Essence Of Natural Wood is a compilation of amazing recipes drawn together by the husband and wife team of Scott and Tiffany Haugen. Spiral bound to lay flat upon a kitchen table, counter, or just a rock out in a campsite, Plank Cooking features more than one hundred palate pleasing, appetite satisfying, gourmet quality recipes enhanced with detailed cooking tips making it thoroughly 'kitchen friendly'. The ingredients for each of these outstanding dishes can be readily acquired at any good grocery. Profusely illustrated throughout, the recipes range from Roasted Black Bean Dip; Grilled Halloumi Cheese; Chilled Salmon Sticks; and Petite Sirloin with Maple Onions; to Pastrami with Green Tomato Relish; Beef Chimichangas; Sumatran Satay; and Apple Walnut Tart. For any dining occasion from a simple family dinner to an elaborate cookout party, Plank Cooking is a welcome culinary reference and one that is highly recommended for personal, family, and community library cookbook collections." __Carl Logan, The Midwest Book Review, May 2009