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Caught some Red Snapper in FL a few weeks ago. Brushed with combination of melted butter, lemmon juice, and crushed/chopped garlic cloves. Seasoned with lemmon pepper. Grilled on cedar planks. about 16 or so minutes.

done next to bacon wrapped venison tenderloins and bacon wrapped ribeye chunks. Took on the smoke flavor from the wood nice!

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It was my first attempt grilling fish or using cedar planks. You will get a call next time now that I am comfortable feeding the food to others. haha

Hence why I did the other meat as a back up should I destroy the fish.
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I also like to use alder planks, little milder than the cedar
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It was my first attempt grilling fish or using cedar planks. You will get a call next time now that I am comfortable feeding the food to others. haha

Hence why I did the other meat as a back up should I destroy the fish.
MMMMM looks tasty. Did ya soak the planks then rub the fish side down with a little olive oil?
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MMMMM looks tasty. Did ya soak the planks then rub the fish side down with a little olive oil?
I would tell you what he did but I never got an invite to go over and eat...
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