You can vary the meat and vegetables, and make skewers for the vegetarians in the group. A great tool for doing this is the bamboo skewer;.
Wooden skewers are used for a variety of foods as kebabs (kabobs), or for other However, if you notice the ends have dried out a bit and are catching on fire.
Bamboo skewers are great for grilling, though sometimes they're a bit of a pain, what with bamboo being combustible and all. If you've ever thrown some kebabs .
It's summer, and summer means grilling, and grilling means skewers. Obviously. But, as we all know from science and stuff, wood tends to burn.
Last week, I shared tips for using bamboo skewers for food, but you had to know that wouldn't be the end of the skewer story. They're really.
When I needed one bamboo skewer, I could only find them in huge packs. Since I had so many left over, I came up with a lot of uses for them.
Here's how to make skewers right every time. 1. Give 'em a soak. If you're using bamboo skewers, soak them in water for 30 minutes before.
We've always read we should soak wooden or bamboo skewers in water for half an hour or so before putting them on the grill.