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by Monica Melograna-Ward

A dinner featuring kabobs is simple to make.

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Gather your favorite vegetables, with medium to firm hardness. You can use fresh or frozen. Please never used a canned version. Vitamins are lost in the processing, and they would also be too soft for the skewers. Fresh is Best! Cut your choices up into bite-sized pieces. If you prefer your vegetables softer, steam them a little bit before grilling.

We had these in these in our coffers.

Fresh Carrots
Fresh Tomatoes
Red, White and Blue Potatoes

I like to use as many food groups as possible in the mix for our meals.

Carrots
Vegetable (Low Carbohydrate)
Tomatoes
Fruit (Healthy Sugar) – Yes, tomatoes are considered fruit.
Potatoes
Carbohydrate

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Boneless, Skinless, Chicken Breast Meat (cut this up into bite-sized pieces also)
Meat is for Protein

While I was chopping up the other ingredients, the chicken was marinating in:

Lemon Juice
Soy Sauce
Garlic Powder
Salt
Pepper

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Just throw your skewers on a fast start gas grill and it won’t be long before your kabobs are ready!

Charcoal is a wonderful way to grill these up also, but I did say QUICK.

PS: And C is for Cookie – After a healthy meal, why not have a few cookies for dessert?

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