Cooking in the fall over a wood burner BBQ grill is arguably one of the best seasons of the year to grill. For one, you get to skip the unbearable heat of hot summer days. And you get to relish in the toasty warmth of the fire as you get to cooking your favorite fall classics over an open fire grill. And that’s not all. See below why else you absolutely should rack ’em and stack ’em over a barbecue grill and accessories this fall.
It’s football season
So for many an avid football fan, we could just leave it there as far as barbecuing goes. Nonetheless, it’s barbecuing when you’re tailgating that makes the occasion all the more festive. This is where you’ll need to use your best and most trusty grill to get those hamburgers, steaks, and hotdogs going for hungry spectators at the halftime mark.
Bucking the trend
While barbecuing in the summer could be described as well…hot. Barbecuing in the fall is pretty. Furthermore, barbecuing in the fall is one way to buck the trend that grilling should only be reserved for the summertime. In fact, there’s no better time to enjoy the kaleidoscope of yellows, oranges, and reds as you tuck into hearty veggies, salads, and bakes that mirror the colors around you.
Exploratory foods exploratory flavors
Fall is the ideal time of the year to experiment with and explore bold and unusual flavors you’ve never tried before (plus, you’ll be getting in some practice before summer rolls around again). Speaking of experimenting, the spotlight is on the grill this year as this traditional method of cooking is transformed into something more modern and more refined and is making its mark globally.
Making the most of your grill and accessories
While most grillmasters reserve their grills for hot days around the pool, you can set the example and make the most of your grill and accessories by using it all year round. And you don’t just have to stick to grilling either. With the KUDU grill, you can bake, steam, poach or fry your favorite fall dish too. Feel like slow-cooking a rack of lamb on a rotisserie? With the Kudu grill and accessories, you can slow cook a delectable cut of meat to perfection – all without even breaking a sweat.
Favorite fall-time grill you’ve got to try
Now that you’ve got your grill out and ready to fire away, here are some all-time favorite fall grill recipes you’ve got to try.
Juicy pork cooked over a rotisserie
Remember we said that slow cookin’ over a rotisserie was the way to go this fall? Why not try this Kudu Rotisserie Pork Bulgogi (a personal favorite recipe of ours that we’ve perfected over the KUDU Grill).
Low and slow rack of ribs
Nothing else quite compares to a perfectly tender rack of ribs. And since you may have a bit more time on your hands with fall break and all, our slow and slow-grilled ribs are a definite must for cooler, cozy days when you’re in the mood for some homegrown cookin’.
What would Sunday dinner be without complimentary veggies to round off a dish. And when it comes to seasonal vegetable dishes, fall is the perfect time of the year to grill roast spiced pumpkin, for instance. Ever tried grilled sweet potato? It’s an absolute must! Check out this sweet potato KUDU Grill recipe to see why. Not forgetting good old barbecue favorites that can be enjoyed on the grill all year round, such as corn on the cob, squash, eggplant, and so on and so forth.
An every season worthy open fire grill
Still, deciding whether cooking in the fall over a wood burner BBQ grill is a good idea? The answer is -yes, absolutely! In fact, with the KUDU Grill, you can grill, smoke, roast, and bake all year round.
So, contact us today for more information on how to get yourself one.