Five Ways to Enjoy Propane This Thanksgiving 

The Thanksgiving season is a fantastic time to enjoy quality time with family, take in the cool autumn air, and eat lots of tasty food.  

Propane might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Thanksgiving, but it can play a huge role if you let it. During these chillier months, there are so many ways to continue using your outdoor spaces by employing propane. Don’t winterize those patios just yet! We have got five ways to enjoy propane this Thanksgiving.  

Outdoor heating 

As the crisp air of fall settles in and temperatures begin to drop, many individuals and businesses turn to propane as a reliable and efficient source of outdoor heating. Propane heaters have gained popularity for their ability to create warm and inviting outdoor spaces, extending the enjoyment of patios, decks, and outdoor events well into the cooler months. 

One of the key advantages of using propane for outdoor heating during the fall is its portability and convenience. Propane heaters come in various sizes and styles, from tabletop models to freestanding tall heaters, making them suitable for various outdoor settings. These heaters are easy to move and position, allowing you to direct the heat precisely where it’s needed. 

Propane’s clean-burning properties make it an eco-friendly choice, emitting fewer greenhouse gases compared to other fossil fuels. It also produces minimal odor and smoke, enhancing the comfort of your outdoor space. Furthermore, propane heaters provide consistent and immediate heat, ensuring your gatherings remain cozy and enjoyable. 

Propane is also cost-effective, as it is readily available and competitively priced. Its efficiency means you can enjoy extended use without frequent refills. To top it off, propane heaters are user-friendly, with simple ignition and temperature control. 

When it comes to extending your outdoor enjoyment into the fall season, propane heaters are a versatile, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly option that can create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for various outdoor activities and gatherings. 


Propane fireplaces offer an excellent solution for creating a cozy and inviting ambiance during the fall season. As the leaves change color and temperatures drop, many homeowners and businesses turn to propane to enjoy the warmth and beauty of a fire without the hassle and mess associated with traditional wood-burning fireplaces. 

One of the primary advantages of using propane for fireplaces during the fall is the convenience it provides. Propane fireplaces offer instant ignition and easy temperature control, allowing you to quickly adjust the heat to your desired level without the need for firewood or constant monitoring. This makes them a hassle-free option for those seeking a warm and welcoming indoor space. 

Propane is a clean-burning fuel, producing fewer emissions and particulate matter compared to wood or other fossil fuels. It eliminates the need for chimney maintenance and reduces indoor air pollution, creating a healthier indoor environment. Additionally, propane fireplaces provide consistent and even heat distribution, ensuring comfort throughout the space. 

Propane fireplaces offer a convenient, eco-friendly, and cost-effective way to bring the warmth and charm of a fire into your home or business during the fall. They provide a hassle-free and clean-burning alternative to traditional wood-burning fireplaces, allowing you to create a cozy atmosphere and enjoy the season to the fullest. 


Propane is an excellent choice for cooking appetizers, offering quick and precise heat control for grilling, frying, or sautéing. Its portability makes it ideal for outdoor gatherings, and its clean-burning nature ensures that your appetizers are free from any unwanted smoky flavors, allowing you to have precise control over which flavors are incorporated. Propane makes appetizer preparation both convenient and delicious. 

Some of our favorite appetizer options for this season are: 

Grilled sweet potatoes with dill – A fantastic combination of the sweet flavor of sweet potatoes, mixed with the fresh flavor of dill.  

Roasted red cabbage salad with oranges, hazelnuts, and feta cheese – Cabbage is a fantastic way to incorporate vitamin C into your colder months. With the orange, hazelnuts, and feta cheese, you will taste a fabulous mix of autumn flavors.  

Bacon Smoked Mac & Cheese – A year-round favorite that includes the smokiness of the wood chips and the creamy, rich flavor of the cheeses. Guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser.  


Not only the most common main dish for American family Thanksgiving, turkey is a fantastic option to utilize propane when cooking this Thanksgiving season. From grilling to deep frying, or even the propane-powered smoker, your turkey will come out perfect every time due to the reliable heat from propane. Looking for more on how to cook your turkey using propane this Thanksgiving? Check out our article ‘3 Ways to Cook Your Turkey with Propane.’ 


Another little-known use of propane is to make desserts. While many turn to ovens for baking, the grill offers an easy-to-use baking option to add a new element to your baked goods. Smokers have become another popular method of creating dessert options. Adding the smokey flavor to a sweet, juicy dessert creates a contrast of flavor similar to the ever-popular sweet and salty.  

Some of our favorite dessert options for this season are: 

Grill-baked Apple Galette – A sweet combination of sweet apples and the unique ‘charred’ grill flavor combined with vanilla ice cream will melt in your mouth.  

Smoked Peach Cobbler – Peach cobbler in the smoker will create an incredible flavor that mixes the smoke from the wood chips with the sweet flavor of peach.  

Smoked Bacon-Wrapped Oreos – A crowd favorite, smoked bacon-wrapped Oreos bring the sweet and salty together to make a delicious dessert option.  

This Thanksgiving, we are using propane to continue enjoying our outdoor spaces. From heaters to grills and everything in between, utilize your propane well into the cooler months.


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