It's The Wood That Makes it Good: Seven Ways to Cedar Plank Salmon
If you're not familiar with cedar plank salmon, it's time to get familiar. Grilling fresh fish on a cedar plank is the difference between a sub-standard cookout and a bodacious backyard blowout.
The technique isn't terribly difficult to master, either. Just pick up some cedar planks at a kitchen supply store (or online, or wherever you buy your propane), and use them as a platform for grilling. You'll need to soak the planks in water or cider for a few hours beforehand, but that's a small price to pay for the smoky, woodsy flavor they lend to meats, vegetables, and especially salmon.
Wanna try cedar plank grilling at your next barbecue? You really can't go wrong, but here's six exceptional salmon recipes to get you started: