It’s that time of the year again, falling leaves, pumpkins everywhere and all the spices.
With fall coming into full swing we like to look back on all possible grillables, that being the combination of flavors of grilling planks, smoking chips and wraps. Pumpkin spice isn’t just for a latte anymore. The flavors of fall has made it to the grill.
How to Pumpkin Spice up Your Grill
Now we can get down to the meat and potatoes of the article. We’re going to give you all the tools to help keep your dignity even though it’s all going to be pumpkin spice related.
- I tried to make pumpkin spice steak 3 different times and it didn’t work, save yourself.
- Know your flavors of wood and what they go with naturally, this makes adding pumpkin spice later much easier.
- This spice is rather sweet, so add it to something that normally compliments sweetness.
Pumpkins, spice, Grilllattes
As grill freaks we are always down to see what we can’t make happen every season.
- Pumpkin spiced white russians. (the alcohol hides your shame)
- Pumpkin spice baby back ribs. Believe us on this one.
- Pumpkin spice burger. (someone braver than us tried it)
- Chicken with you guessed it, a pumpkin’s spice.
- And duh, steak, pumpkin spice steak. These guys did it, why can’t you?
Potentially Useless Facts about Pumpkins and Their Spice Prowess
- Pumpkin juice can cure venomous snake bites.
- The Headless Horseman used pumpkins as a replaceable head because he liked the smell.
- Pumpkin’s are technically a fruit.
Evan here! Born and raised in Sandpoint, Idaho. Join me on my journey, planks on the grill, spatula in hand, beer in the other as I discover the tastier side of the grill. I once was told to “Feel bad for a man who doesn’t drink, for when he wakes up that’s the best he’ll feel all day” and feel great I shall, full of food and cheer.