Grillin' Out is a classic steak seasoning, perfect for firing up the grill and throwing on some serious flavor. Inspired by Montreal steak seasoning, this blend is peppery, salty, spicy and nuanced, and it's great on more than just steak — try it on mushrooms, eggplant, chicken, and anything else you're grilling.
We collaborated with folk / Americana musician Nathaniel Rateliff and his social justice foundation, The Marigold Project, to make this blend. Nathaniel told us he was inspired to make this blend because "One of our favorite things to do together as a band is cook. We gather for Taco Night, Pizza Night and potlucks. It's our way of taking care of each other and our bond as a family. Growing up without much money, you learn how to season your food. This is the blend I put on almost everything. I hope you'll join me at the grill and anywhere else your food could use that special something."
ABOUT NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE MARIGOLD PROJECT
It took Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats less than five years to become one of the most recognizable new forces in contemporary rock ’n’ roll. Since 2015, Rateliff has led his denim-clad, horn-flanked Night Sweats, supplying the zeal of a whiskey-chugging Pentecostal preacher to songs about this world’s shared woes. They’ve had hits, sure, but their combustible mix of soul and rock quickly cemented them as the rare generational band who balanced ecstatic live shows with engrossing and rich records.
The Marigold Project is a foundation established by Nathaniel Rateliff in 2017. TMP supports community and nonprofit organizations dedicated to issues of economic, racial and social justice. Nathaniel says, “We see ourselves as community members and neighbors. I am humbled by the amount of work ahead of us. But I have hope, because I know how much I have learned in such a short amount of time. It’s powerful to admit we don’t know something. That’s one of the things I love about traveling and meeting new people all the time. We all seem to have pieces of a larger puzzle and we can connect those pieces to lift each other up.”
Learn more at the-marigold-project.org