Outset F715 棕色 F717
- 6 wood planks in cedar, alder, cherry, maple, white oak, and hickory
- Delivers intense, chef-worthy flavors to home-style grilling
- Infuses meats with unique fragrance and subtle, smoky flavor
- Soak in water to prevent scorching; for outdoor use only
- Measures approximately 6 by 12 by 0.4 inches
Fire up you grilling spirit with Outset's six piece, assorted wood grilling planks. For centuries, Native Americans have used planks to cook fresh fish and game, resulting in deliciously tender and flavorful foods. The types of wood planks included are cedar, alder, cherry, maple, hickory and white oak so you can sample each and choose your favorite. These planks offer outstanding smoky flavor for all your meats, seafood and vegetables.
12" L x 6" W
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That's not exactly how it went down.
The package said the boards could be soaked up to 12 hours. Thinking that pork would take a little longer to cook, I soaked these planks for four hours. They warped. That's OK, I thought. I'll just char the concave side first, and then I'll cook the chops on that side. The problem was the warp kept the wood from coming into full contact with the grill. Very little of the plank charred, even after seasoning for ten minutes and cooking for twenty and there was not much hickory smoke flavor in the chops. No doubt this was operator error, but the package did claim the planks could be soaked for twelve hours.
The other thing is that they're pretty short and narrow planks. I realize the dimensions are clearly stated in the product description, but I'm just saying, they're short and narrow. They held two smallish pork chops each with parts hanging off.
In fairness, I'll say the chops were delicious and fulfilled the lip-smacking portion of the fantasy just fine. The planks cleaned up nicely and because of the warping are in good enough condition to use a couple more times, but beware. Don't soak longer than an hour. Your results may vary. We're new to planking, but previous experience with some nice big cedar planks was more satisfactory than with these.