June 23, 2013 at 6:38 pm | Posted in Grilling Out, Kabobs, Main Dish, Polska Kielbasa, Supper, Uncategorized, Veggies | Leave a comment

When my husband and I owned our sailboat, Rozinante, we grilled out year-round.  One of our fave things to grill was kabobs.  You can make kabobs out of anything – as long as it slides onto the skewer!  Today at the grocery store, I grabbed a package of Polska Kielbasa plus some veggies and we created our own Kabobs.

Our grill is charcoal; hubby is in charge of starting the fire.  It takes about 45-60 minutes from the beginning of lighting the fire until the charcoal is white and hot and ready for the food.


1 pound Eckrich Polska Kielbasa


baby red potatoes



sweet peppers

canned pineapple chunks

fresh mushrooms

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI sliced and diced everything up and created an assembly line of “do it yourself” kabobs; here you can see the meat, tomatoes, onion peppers:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAHere are the pineapple chunks and mushrooms:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe potatoes I let boil for a few minutes; that way they’d cook along with everything else:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThey eventually were drained and put into a bowl and added to the assembly line.  As soon as hubby said that the grill was hot, we each grabbed a skewer and started building.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe kabob on top is mine, the lower one was Daniel’s.  He doesn’t like peppers, onions or mushrooms.  That’s why this was a “do it yourself” kabob bar.  You can see below how nice and white the charcoal was when we set the kabobs on the grill:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIt took about 10 minutes; I turned them a couple of times.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAYum!  Time to get them off the grill and go inside to eat.

I have to admit:  there are no more pictures to share because by the time we three walked inside with the kabobs, sat down, served ourselves and prayed, I had forgotten all about the camera LOL

Trust me, they were AWESOME!  Oh and on the side, I fixed a cup of white rice.  It was a nice accompaniment.

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