Nathalie’s beau made these and they were really delicious. The beef was marinated in soya sauce and was juicy and tasty. We might do these again on little metal toothpicks with just one piece of meat and a tomato (as opposed to Mr R’s favourite sausage which are two types of pig and a tomato).
There was much discussion about kebabs vs kabobs – I just thought it was one of those words that was different in the 1930s like wakimoli for guacamole. However, from a brief tour of the interweb that it’s one of those American / English things – tomato / tomato / potato / potato / kebab / kabob.
Although Mr R’s comment was “Are they called kabobs because his name was Robert?”