Soak your veggies and meat for 3-4 hours or more in a giant bowl. (It doesn't have to be blue, but if you're jealous of my classy bowl you can pick one up for $1.99 at your local Walmart.)
Once they are done soaking, place your meat and veggies on skewers.
Wrap them tightly in aluminum foil and place on the grill for 10-15 minutes to steam them.
Take them out of the aluminum foil and continue grilling "until they seem done." (John's words)
If you're really lucky, you have a hunk of burning love to grill them for you. I can't decide what looks more delicious, St. John or the kebobs. Total toss up.
Watching him cook for me makes me sing him a song. I guess you could call it "our song." I've put it on the blog before. They simply don't write romantic songs like this anymore folks.
Let me take a moment to dedicate some of my favorite lyrics to my favorite guy in the world . . .
"Ummm, youre packed and you're stacked specially in the back. Brother, wanna thank your mother for a butt like that. Can I get some fries with that shake-shake boobie? If looks could kill you would be an uzi"
I love my St. John so much. Like so much, if I were a shish I'd want him to be my kebob. Now that's love!