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Hey all![p]Thanks to all for the advice on this cook. QBabe, your cooking technique was right on. The fish was moist & flakey and the presentation was gorgeous. [p]Unfortunately, and I think someone warned me, the cedar plank was very strong. It's the only plank I had, so I used it. For me, it just about ruined the fish...my hubby thought it was O.K., but he would never insult my cooking. I've seen him eat some pretty nasty dishes over the years, lol. Bless his heart. [p]I smoked some sweet potatoes prior to cooking the fish. They were fantastic as usual.[p]IMHO, this meal would has been out of this world, minus the cedar plank. [p]Now I think I'll just go stand in my closet........I've always wanted a cedar closet :P[p]
Thanks again![p]Here are the pics: