Thursday, August 29, 2013

Foodie Friday

Welcome to Foodie Friday.
I'm a little under the weather this week, thanks to 1000 mosquito bites.
Without further ado, here is a super easy recipe that Bandwidth and Will cooked (and they even took pictures for you!).
 
I hope you'll enjoy their recipe! 
 
 
Pork Kabobs
 
2 packs of boneless pork ribs, cubed
1 bottle teriyaki marinade
 
Marinate pork cubes for at least 45 minutes.
 
Cut the following vegetables into 2" chunks:
1 red onion
1 white onion
1 green bell pepper
1 red bell pepper
 
1 carton pre-cubed pineapple chunks
 
Arrange pork cubes, vegetables, and pineapple on metal skewers.
Grill 7 minutes on each side, or until vegetables and meat are cooked.
 
  Don't you love how men cook?
 


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 Thanks for visiting us today!
Now tell us all about your recipe.

28 comments:

  1. I hope you feel better soon. I hate mosquitoes! That's the one thing I DO like about winter. No bugs! I haven't been photographing my food, so I'll join in the fun in a few weeks.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Debbie--hope to see you soon!

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  2. Hope you feel better soon Michael, those bites can be very uncomfortable. The guys recipe and photo's are awesome, great job! Thanks for hosting and have a nice Labor Day Weekend.
    Miz Helen

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  3. Suzanne of Simply Suzannes at Home

    Hi Michael,

    Just a little note to thank you for hosting another lovely Foodie Friday.
    It's one of my favorite link parties of the week.
    Have a beautiful weekend,
    Suzanne

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  4. So sorry about the bites! Gardening? Sweet of your guys to cook such a delicious dinner! Thanks for the party,
    Jenna

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  5. Thank you for hosting. I hope you feel better and thanks to the guys for keeping it going until you feel better. Thanks guys.

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  6. Thanks for the party and I hope you feel better soon!

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  7. Oh man, I hope you're feeling better soon! Thanks for hosting even though you feel bad.

    xo,
    Jen @ Yummy Healthy Easy

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  8. Oh, so sorry to hear that! We've had so much rain that they seem to be waiting at the door swarming! I hope you feel better soon - it is so marvelous to have your dear men to cook for you - these looks sooo good! I am delighted to join your party - I appreciate you hosting,
    Kathy

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  9. The kabob looks and sounds yummy! Sorry about the bites - be careful. Heard there is a case of West Nile virus in this area recently.
    Mosquitoes are bad here also - I avoid going out as much as possible as the sun goes down.
    Enjoy your weekend.

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  10. Thank you so much for hosting! It's been so long since I joined in.
    The kabobs look yummy. Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)

    ~Liz

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  11. Those are so delicious! Thanks for hosting!
    Sherry

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  12. Sorry about the mosquito bites. That just sounds painful! Thanks for hosting!

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  13. They did a great job, the kebabs look great! Feel better soon!
    Thank you for hosting :)

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  14. Those pork kabobs look amazing and making me hungry. I was so sorry to read that you are under the weather. Take care of yourself. {{{HUGS}}}

    Carolyn/A Southerner's Notebook

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  15. Are you kidding? I sure hope it is not 1000! Everyone here worries about West Nile Virus, do you have that there? Pork kabobs sound good! My dish is very simple, but I will link it. I haven't been partying very much, busy planning real life parties! What a summer! Last weekend it was 280 for a community dinner dance at the beach. A lot of work! Cuts into myblogging time, :)

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  16. Ditto what Kathleen says. Glad you have a DR in the house. The pork kabobs with veggies are a favorite meal for me. These look delicious.
    Take care of yourself and feel better soon. Love the new photo of you on the sidebar. ~ Sarah

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  17. Those pork kebabs look delicious, and so sorry that you have all those mozzie bites - that is no fun at all!!

    I've linked up a Roasted Pepper & Baked Egg Galette, which makes a fabulous lunch for just one, or for a crowd, and despite the amazing flavours and textures is actually ridiculously simple to make.

    Thanks for hosting.

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  18. I'm so sorry to hear about all those mosquito bites - I can't bear mosquitos. I do love it when men cook though. Our son is visiting from Canada and last night he and his girlfriend cooked us a wonderful dinner. Bandwidth and Will did a beautiful job of those kebabs - they look scrumptious! I've linked up my Great Aunt's Spice Cake recipe - it's authentically old fashioned and authentically delicious too! Thank you for hosting and hope you feel better soon!

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  19. Hope you are feeling better soon! Your pork kabobs look really yummy and I will give them a try.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  20. Take care of yourself and feel better soon! thank you for hosting!

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  21. This recipe is easy to make. It's ideal for Summer.
    I would like to participate in "Consuming Passions", What do I have to do?

    Have a nice rest of the day!

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  22. Hi Michael, thanks for hosting :)

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  23. Hi there. I'm a relative newcomer to your blog. You've got some wonderful recipe ideas on here.

    Why is it that blokes are reluctant to cook in the kitchen but give them an outdoor grill and it's their domain. Must be the caveman instinct in them I suppose. Your pork kebab sound yummy. Nice touch adding some pineapple, makes them Hawaiian style :)

    This is my first time linking up and I'm sharing a simple tray bake recipe Raspberry Coconut Slice. They're great for an afternoon tea time treat.

    So sorry to hear you got eaten alive. Gnats, midges and mozzies are such a nuisance.

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  24. You have my sympathies on the mosquito bites. All insects seem to love me and and my reaction is much worse than most peoples. Earlier this month I thought I was going to die from chigger bites. My husband says insects love me because I'm so sweet. Sorry to overuse the word, but that's really sweet of him to say so. I'm positive that applies to you as well.

    How nice of the guys to prepare those yummy kabobs AND take the pictures. Great job! Hope you and your men have a lovely weekend and your mosquito bites disappear before you know it.
    Sam

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  25. Your men do know how to get straight to the point when preparing dinner. It looks like something my Steeler Fan would like. Great job on the photos guys!!

    Wishing you well!

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  26. Thank you so much for hosting and sharing.I brought my Leche Flan.Have a great weekend.

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