It’s More Than Wood for Grilling
Cooking on fire and wood immediately re-connects us to our ancestry. To simpler times. And sharing that food – seasoned deeply with the flavor of wood smoke – builds a profound connections with the friends and family who we value and hold dear. That is the Wildwood Grilling experience.
We can put your company name, logo or message on our planks into the marketplace.
One-time set up charge of $150 for the cost of your unique, private label branding plate.
4 weeks turnaround from the time you approve the proof until you
receive your planks (for case quantities only).
Wood-grilling products come in contact with food, so safety is important. Our grilling planks are 100% pure and clean with no pesticides, herbicides or foreign matter. Plus, we use food-safe product processes and operate our facilities to the highest sanitary standards.
We take our role as stewards of this planet very seriously, so we use 100% of the wood fiber we produce. Wood by-products are used to create display units or fuel our biomass generator. In addition, our mill is located in the heart of the botanical range of many of our wood species to minimize the fossil fuel needed for transport.
No wonder Wildwood Grilling is certified by Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
Wildwood Grilling is not like most companies out there.
We discovered the pristine, unspoiled beauty of North Idaho and fell in love.
We love the Pacific Northwest so much that we decided to build a company
that was worthy of these amazing surroundings. Little by little, we gathered
together the hardest working, most authentic people we have ever had the
pleasure of knowing and created our one-of-a-kind product line. We value
our team. We respect our customers and want to partner with you so that
your success is our success.
And – we want to produce an outstanding product that meets the highest
standards of safety and quality.
Soaking is an important part of cooking with planks, but the question we hear all the time: How long do you soak your planks? I've heard of people soaking their planks for 24-48 hours! Now, when I cook, I don't usually prepare that long ahead of time, nor is it good...read more
There are so many different ways to prepare oysters - steamed, roasted, raw and even planked. For this recipe, we decided to call in the big guns, our friend Eileen Duffy with Edible East End. I've cooked shellfish before on the grill, but had never tried to smoke...read more
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