We know, its Fall. There is a slight chill in the air, pumpkin spice lattes are spilling onto the streets, and Dads everywhere are packing up their grills until next summer... Wait!-- Why pack up the grill!? What about Football? What about s'mores? What about enjoying the heat from that blistering fire that you are (obviously) the master of!? Thats right, zip up your fleece vest, grab those tongs, load up on the meats, and get your favorite Spicewalla Grilling and Roasting rub ready. This grilling season just got longer!
Spicewalla Carolina Pork Chop:
1. Heat your grill to Medium High (about 400 degrees)
2. Using your Carolina Pork Rub, liberally cover the 1/2"-1" cut pork chop on the top, bottom, and sides of the chop.
We don't call it a "rub" for nothing, so make sure you massage the blend thoroughly into the meat.
3. Put your chops on the hottest part of the grill and sear for 2-3 minutes on each side. Then move the chops off the direct heat and continue cooking for another 506 minutes per side until the internal temp of the pork chops reads 145 degrees F.
Boneless or bone-in pork chops that are about 1" thick will cook for 8-10 minutes while thicker cuts can take between 14-20 mins depending on the bone.
Once your chop is fully cooked, let that sweet little meat sit and rest for at least 5 minutes to keep it juicy and delicious!
Spicewalla Honey & Herb Salmon:
1. Heat grill to Medium hight (about 400 degrees)
2. Using your Honey & Herb rub, douse your salmon filet, being sure not to cover the skin side of the fish. Make sure there is a nice "crust" on the fish.
3. Brush the grill grate with oil. Place the salmon skin-side0-down on the grill and cook until the flesh starts to flake easily.
10-15 minutes for most 1-inch-thick filets, allowing another 10 minutes for each extra inch of thickness.
4. Use spatula to remove fish from the grill and enjoy!
Spicewalla Cowboy Ribeye Steak:
1. Heat your grill to Medium-High (about 400 degrees F) and create a two-zone fire.
2. Generously apply our Cowboy Steak Rub on all sides of the steak. Be sure to massage the rub into the meat!
3. Place the seasoned ribeye on the grill and cook over direct heat for 4-5 minutes on each side for medium rare. If you ribeye is close to being done, move it over to the side of the grill and let the steak cook on low heat.
Use a thermometer to determine if you've cooked your steak to your specifications.
130 degrees - medium rare
140 degrees - medium
160 degrees - well done
4. Remove your steak from the grill and let that baby rest for 5 mins. Yum! Juicy, tender, steak!
Happy Grilling! Taste & Believe!