1. Grilled Pineapple and Sharp Cheddar Via commons.wikimedia.org You can eat this combo as a savory dessert or add it to a burger. Grill a thickly cut piece of pineapple for about 2 minutes per side, or until a softer texture is achieved, then melt a slice of cheese on top. 2. Grilled Watermelon and Hot Sauce Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Via youtube.com This is a surprisingly good sweet and spicy combination. Pair these flavors with shrimp by following this easy recipe for Fiery 5 Pepper Shrimp and Watermelon Kabobs. 3. Peaches and Grilled Chicken Via mccormick.com Pair seasonal fresh peaches with your grilled chicken with this recipe for Pulled Chicken Sandwiches with Peach Salsa. 4. Bacon and Banana (or Bacon and Anything) Via commons.wikimedia.org Bacon's fatty, salty and smoky flavors make it a delicious addition to almost every food. Wrap slices of banana in bacon and grill over low heat until the bacon begins to brown. 5. Chocolate and Chili Peppers mccun Mole, the traditional Mexican sauce, may have been one of the first combinations of chocolate with chili peppers. Today, high-end confectioners are combining dried chili peppers with dark chocolate.Get this flavor on your grill with slow-cooked Chocolate Chile Barbecue Ribs. 6. Avocado and Coffee cl_03 For a rich, sweet, and savory treat, try this beverage: Blend 1/2 avocado with 1 cup brewed coffee (cooled), 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk, 2 tsp vanilla, and ice cubes. It's a perfect outdoor summer dessert. 7. Shrimp and Plums Via mccormick.com You can be the star of your next potluck with this bold, savory and sweet flavor combination. Follow this killer recipe for Applewood Grilled Shrimp & Plum Salad with Cinnamon Honey Dressing. 8. Steak and Peaches Via mccormick.com Grill summer peaches along with the meat and serve as a sweet, juicy accompaniment. Follow these instructions from the 2013 Grilling Flavor Forecast for a Spicy Teriyaki-Marinated Flank Steak with Grilled Peaches. 9. Eggs and Chocolate galfred Add a couple teaspoons of cocoa powder to your omelet to give it a savory/sweet punch. Follow this recipe for a Chocolate Cheese Omelet. 10. Dill Pickle and Ice Cream Stuart Spivack/Creative Commons via Flickr This can be hard to find, but some boutique ice cream shops are making this tangy, dill-flavored dessert. Surprise your guests with an unforgettable summer dessert at your next cookout. 11. Hamburger and Peanut Butter alovesdc You can't go wrong with Elvis Presley's favorite food. Next time you're grilling burgers, try adding some peanut butter. 12. Mustard and Bourbon Via mccormick.com Get this tangy and sweet flavor combination on your grill by making Dijon Brown Sugar Bourbon Chicken. Serve with Montreal Grilled Potato Salad for a great cookout meal. Explore the entire array of flavors with the Grillerhood! Join the Facebook page to get more tips, share photos, and take your grilling to the next level!