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Jun
28

Spiedini with Beef, Shrimp & Pancetta – Episode 168

By Patrick

This was one pain in the butt video to edit together – Anyway despite braving 900 degree heat my team managed to get this video done. I hope you enjoy it! Also the eggplant dish featured in this video will be posted as a separate episode.

Categories : Cooking Videos, Meat
  • Michelle

    Looks yummy…could use a layer of Taylor Ham in there, though.

  • DAveAll

    another good show. Glad wifey likes you cookin! I do my Pancettas kabobs with each type on it's on skewer – so all meat on one, shrimp on one, etc. That way I can cook each one to the right degree… guess I miss out on the cross flavors, but when I put them onto a dish, they swap some. good show@! Amazing how your son is geting older.

  • KAHUNA

    hmmm I hadn't thought of that- will add that in next time

  • KAHUNA

    Yeah Paolo is getting bigger too fast and that is a smart way to do it keeping them seperate- getting the panchetta flavor on the shrimp and beef was what I wanted so I could have done them each seperate with their own panchetta- most of the meat in the end came out medium which I was happy about as I feared they would get to the well done stage

  • http://kahunasfoodandwine.com/2010/07/grilled-eggplant-capanota-sort-of-not-really-but-little-kahuna-2-makes-his-first-appearance-episode-171/ Grilled Eggplant Capanota…Sort Of…Not Really but Little Kahuna 2 Makes His First Appearance! Episode 171 :: Kahunas Food and Wine

    [...] was made the same time the Spiedini in Episode 168 - also we get a glimpse at Little Kahuna 2 in this episode. Again this was filmed on super hot day [...]

  • http://www.vtwinemedia.com/ BurroBoy

    never put it together before…I went to college in Binghamton, NY home of the “Spiedie” which is essentially chicken, beef, lamb, or pork marinated in Italian seasoning (oil, vinegar, basil, oregano, etc) grilled on a flat skillet and then served up on a roll, sometimes with sauteed peppers and onions. Must have originally been someone's idea of a quick spiedini?
    Did you soak those bamboo skewers in water before grilling them?
    You should also suggest that viewers drink as well to keep it interesting.
    Looked great at the end. Ciao!

  • KAHUNA

    I usually do soak them for 15 minutes but this time I only did them for a few- Yeah these 95 degree humid days are killers out on the grill- so yeah i should mention the more you guys drink the better the show is-LOL

    That is funny about that “Spiedie” sounds damn good-

  • KAHUNA

    I usually do soak them for 15 minutes but this time I only did them for a few- Yeah these 95 degree humid days are killers out on the grill- so yeah i should mention the more you guys drink the better the show is-LOLnnThat is funny about that “Spiedie” sounds damn good-

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