Tonight's menu was pretty simple: Chicken kabobs and veggies cooked in foil.
I started by chopping up some green peppers, onions and tomatoes.
For the veggies I just sliced a zucchini, cubed a few potatoes, onions and green peppers, a few pats of butter (probably too many but we do splurge on butter) and put it all in some foil and let it sit on the grill which was heated to about 350 degrees for about half an hour.
The two guys here were my seasonings for the evening. Both were used on the kabobs and just the Lawry's was used on the potatoes. Salt & peppered to taste at the table.
Layered the kabobs and got them ready for the grill. Side note: I picked up this sweet kabob set at a garage sale for $3 a few years back, still new in the box. I love it! It even folds up so it takes less space in the cabinet!
Sometimes this fella here likes to help out, especially when it involves "his" grill. To be fair, I've actually only used it once. Isn't he handsome? Sorry ladies, he's taken.
Here's the food on the grill. It smelled so good our neighbors' grandma even commented! She asked if we were cooking onions and I said "Yes, mixed with potatoes and zucchini on the grill." She said, "I think I'll stop and get some sliders on the way home cuz those onions smell gooo-ooood!"
Presentation is everything, folks. Only the best paper plates and plasticware for my family!
Another aside: this Kroger brand spreadable butter (Land O'Lakes knock off) is SO GOOD!!!!
I also tossed some Pillsbury Grands biscuits in the oven and served those with dinner, too. It was absolutely delicious! For dessert: leftover apple pie and vanilla bean ice cream.