When you grow up in the Pacific Northwest (Northern Idaho, to be exact), salmon cooked on cedar planks is about as beloved a grilling tradition as the all-American cheeseburger. And that’s especially true for Erin and her family’s business, who just happen to have a history in the forestry products biz. Suffice it to say they know a thing or two about sourcing planks. So it was only natural to merge the favored grilling method with their expert ability to source (and recycle) woods from local mills. Cuts down on cutting down trees, which is a win-win-win for the mills, the trees, and of course, whomever gets to taste the amazing flavor that these planks deliver.