Souvlaki is basically the Greek meaning for skewered grilled meat or fish (vegetables optional) — what some call shish-ke-bob. Lamb and swordfish are two items often found in classic Greek souvlaki.
I’ve found Campari tomatoes (select those about 1 1/2 to 2 times as big as a cherry tomatoes) are perfect for grilled kebobs of any type. They take a bit longer to cook, so the opportunity for them to explode as the meat or fish cooks is lessened.
This recipe is lovely served with steamed rice and pita bread.
This Sunday evening in Houston, Lady Gaga performs on the world’s largest stage. She crushed the national anthem this time last year–I had goosebumps for days–and this year it’s rumored her act will be over-the-top. Literally. The Patriots and Falcons will bookend her show (-: The Falcons are the underdog rookies. After all, this is the ninth Super Bowl … Full recipe post »
Taking care to practice what I preached in my last blog, I remain tasered into beans. (Been researching tasers for the current novel I’m writing. A cool word. It can be used as a noun: He’s running down Nine Mile, grab your taser! A verb: You tasered the wrong guy, man! Even an adjective: His eyes, a knee-buckling shade of … Full recipe post »
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