Grilling means a chance to create shish kebabs and lay out those fun skewers over hot coals
Shish kebabs are lots of fun to create and you can use about any kind of meat or vegetable that will cook over charcoal. The key to perfectly cooked skewered food is to prepare each type separately. While an alternating row of beef, onions, mushrooms, and bell peppers are pretty, chances are they won't all be done at the same time. Some will be overcooked and others may be raw.
In the interest of a good shish kebab meal, just soak those wooden skewers and create an all-onion, all bell pepper, and all beef section. To add a little flair, make each portion in individual servings; in other words, add about three or four bites of each variety on a skewer and serve the whole bundle on a single plate for each guest.
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