Today I noticed the sticker on my banana said: GRILL. Nothing more, just that. So it got me to wondering if people actually grill bananas and how exactly is it done. Do they put them on a skewer first along with their shrimp, chicken and pineapple or just flip them upside down and let them sizzle. I’ve heard of more peculiar things by other people from other places such as crawfish or alligator (which neither of those things we eat in Montana), but never a grilled banana. Rocky Mountain Oysters,…yes…buffalo burgers,…yes…deer jerky,…yes. Does anyone ever remember that episode of the Golden Girls when Rose was getting teased for making plans to return to her hometown of St. Olaf, Minnesota to eat some Trout On A Stick at the county fair? I would love having some Rainbow Trout on a stick if there really were such a thing. Anyway, I Googled the “How to” when I got home from work and discovered a video where this guy sliced a banana sideways leaving the peel on one side, glazed the banana with rum and tossed it on the grill. It looked awesome. If anyone has ever eaten a grilled banana before or would like to try it, report back and comment below to let me know how it was.