Yes, I did. I got about a half of a pound of shrimp. Peeled and deveined.
Then take some polish sausage.
I used this brand, it has no fillers, no additives. Slice the sausage into buttons and throw them in a bowl with the shrimp. Add some olive oil lemon zest and a little lemon juice and some Old Bay Seasoning….
Cover and refrigerate for 20 minutes. In the mean time, soak some bamboo skewers in water. Then thread the shrimp and sausage on the skewers.
Then grill them for two to three minutes on each side.
And there you go! A yummy low country boil on the grill. Grab a beer and chow down.
The other day I heard of this recipe and I thought hmmm that sounds interesting but really? So, I tried it and it was great, I thought I would share…
Take 3 zucchinis and three yellow squash and three tomatoes, quarter them all.
Toss them in olive oil and a little garlic powder. Then put them on the grill. Grill about three minutes per side. Bring them inside and take a piece of aluminum foil and put the tomatoes on it. Leave on the grill about 5 minutes. Cut up the squash and put in a bowl. Bring the tomatoes in and cut up too. Add some red wine vinegar and some olive oil, some crushed red pepper and some fresh basil. It is still warm and it is just so scrumptious.
It is great the next day also!
Great news! Remember my neighbor Will? Pumpkin and Catfish’s Dad?
Well, he move to Indianapolis and opened a gift shop.
Today was his opening day. I am so proud of him for making it. It was a huge task. I helped him a very little bit. He had so many decisions. He did an awesome job!
Oh can you guess how he came up with the name?
So, if you are in Indianapolis, go to Mass. Ave and check it out!
I was craving pizza today. I usually go to Mellow Mushroom, but I love the soup there the best. So I headed out to Fellini’s Pizza. I have always loved Fellini’s, they have a really tasty slice and salad! Spinach and mushroom, so yummy!
Okay, not sure if it looks that great but it is delicious. The salad is huge and fresh and tasty. (oh and I got the ranch dressing, because pizza dipped in it is excellent!)
There was so much, it made just enough for dinner too!
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I have roasted and grilled zucchini before, With garlic and parmesan cheese.
But other squashes roast so well too! Butternut, acorn so many to choose from. Use garlic and olive oil or coconut oil.
Brussel sprouts are great too. Roast for 15 minutes at 400. Then cover with grated parmesan. You can also sprinkle with balsamic oil. These are so versatile and scrumptious.
Carotts are great too. It is a great way to get your kids to eat them too. Trust me and try it. It will become the summer of roasted veggies for ALL!!!
I went to an art show last weekend and found these. I thought they were so cute, so of course I knew I could make them myself. So, here are some of mine…
They are fun and very easy to make, but I need to put the magnet on the back on with some cement and not elmers glue.