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Bite-Sized for the Grill
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I won't say my dad got grumpy when I asked him to fire up the grill last night, but there was a look that passed across his face. He knew he'd be cooking again, and I think he had the idea that when I arrived, he'd get a break. But grilling is a perfect two-person dinner. I prepped these kabobs while he heated the grill, he grilled while I made the couscous and set the table. This is my favorite thing we made this week, with juicy, brightly flavored chunks of chicken and charred slices of crisp-tender summer squash.
The marinade is balsamic vinaigrette mixed with Dijon mustard. I made my own in a big bowl that would have room for the chicken and squashes: 3 or 4 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, a couple tablespoons of Dijon mustard, salt and pepper whisked together. The mustard is such a good emulsifier that I just pour in the olive oil, about the same amount as the vinegar (because balsamic is so sweet and thick you don't need more oil to balance the sharpness). Whisk again until it's all combined, then proceed with the recipe.
This recipe came from a zucchini story, which may come in handy pretty soon.
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