Saturday, May 7, 2011

Guest Post: Holly from Life as a Lofthouse

Hello everyone! I am so excited to be here on Larks Country Heart!  I want to say a big Thank you to Lark for asking me to be here today  : )   I am Holly from Life as a Lofthouse! My food blog is filled with lots of simple yet delicious recipes! I hope you'll stop by to check it out and see if there's something that catches your eye!  : )
   I am a busy mother of 3 kiddos. They are my whole world and keep me very busy! I am so lucky to be married to my soulmate. We have a great life together! I also work in a medical office for Ear Nose and Throat Doctors. Our practice is very busy and we see all kinds of sick people. Unfortunatley, we do see a lot of cancer patients. It really makes me very thankful for my health when I see these patients everyday.
   I think that is one of the reasons why Lark is such an inspiration to me. She is a gal that is all about 'Paying it Forward' and helping others in needs. Her help for charities and running marathons for cancer awareness truly makes me look up to her. I am so happy to be her friend!
   I decided to share a delicious and healthy recipe with you all today. This one would be perfect for your next Summer barbecue or get together! 
Recipe By: The Sisters Cafe

  • 1 pound (3-4) boneless, skinless Chicken Breasts, cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
  • 1 cup Barbecue Sauce
  • 6 Tablespoons Frozen Orange juice concentrate, thawed
  • 2 cups fresh Pineapple chunks, cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
  • 1 each, Red, Green, Yellow Bell peppers, cut into 1 inch pieces
  • 8-10 wooden skewers

Directions:  Start by placing your wooden skewers into a large dish/ bowl of water to soak in while getting other ingredients ready. ( They can start on fire if you grill them dry! ) 
 Heat grill to medium-high heat. Mix together the barbecue sauce and orange juice concentrate in a small bowl. Set aside.
Thread chicken alternately with the pineapple and peppers onto wooden skewers.
Brush the Kabobs with the barbecue sauce mixture. Place kabobs on grill and cook for 8-10 minutes, turning throughout cooking process. Brush kabobs with all the remaining barbecue sauce mixture while kabobs are grilling. ( Makes about 8-10 Kabobs)
Thanks again to Lark for letting me share this recipe with you all! And if you get a chance come on over to Life as a Lofthouse and say Hello!


The Country Cook said...

Holly does have some pretty amazing recipes - love her! Thank you for sharing this recipe with us today. And Lark - keep doing what you do, all of your work for charity is inspirational and your recipes are wonderful!!

sliceofsouthern said...

Lark, great guest post! Holly's food is delish! You have such a great blog! Enjoy reading all your posts! Excellent site!

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

This is a great post! I would LOVE to follow her blog. Heading over right now to share the Sweetology love...she has a BEAUTIFUL family. What a doll!

The Better Baker said...

A very lovely post BY a special lady FOR a special lady. ;-} I can't wait to try this recipe!!! And plan to pass the recipe on too...YUM! Thanks to both of you for sharing.

Holly said...

Ohh Lark I was sooo annoyed that all weekend I couldnt get onto your site because of our computer having problems : ( Thank you, Thank you sooo much for having me. And thank you all for your sweet comments : )

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