Thursday, June 12, 2008

Kebab (yes it is spelled right)

I love kebabs. (my mom has informed me that it is spelled kebab instead of kabob. the only way i can spell it that way is if I say it with a canadian accent).

We both look a little beat, however dinner was awesome. Momma, your salsa was AMAZING! I am a picky eater so i probably wouldn't eat if I didn't have to, but these kebab's are divine.


  1. Mmm...kebabs. (I can't help but say that with a Long Island accent)

    Tell yo momma to post her salsa recipe to her blog. Unless it's secret, then she should just tell me because I'm good at keeping secrets. And eating salsa.

  2. Delish! Wish I could have eaten one!

  3. oh my gosh i miss your mommy so much.

  4. I miss you too, Miss Allie.
    Here's a recipe to start your marriage on a tasty note!


    1-1/2 lb. tomatoes, chopped
    1 cup fresh corn kernels
    1/4 cup finely chopped red onions
    1/4 cup chopped cilantro or fresh parsley
    1/2 medium jalapeƱo pepper, chopped
    1 avocado chopped coarsly
    1/4 cup KRAFT Zesty Italian Dressing

    COMBINE all ingredients except dressing in large bowl.

    ADD dressing; mix lightly.

    My favorite chips are blue chips.
    They are yummy!!

    PS- I LOVE to share recipe's.
    Whatever is mine is yours!!
    Happy eating.

  5. I forgot that you can add a can of rinsed and drained black beans to the salsa as well.

  6. What do you put on your kebabs? We just got a back yard grill so I need some ideas for things to grill...

  7. Kebab fav's:
    marinated chicken (in favorite marinade)
    bell peppers - all colors
    fresh pineapple -cut into chunks
    sweet onion - for the brave

    To eliminate food twirling, use two sticks per kebab.
    Be sure to soak the sticks in water for 30 minutes so they do not ignite.


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