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LIFESTYLE LETTER

APRIL 2019 PUBLISHER

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William Harwood | william.harwood@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

William Harwood, Sue Baldini, Shifay Cheung

Spring Is in the Air

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER

Zach Durbin

DO YOU HEAR THAT? It’s the sound of nature springing to life after a long winter’s nap. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and children are playing outside as the weather gets warmer and the days grow longer. This month at Brentwood Lifestyle, we bring you our Eco issue in honor of Earth Day on April 22. Inspired by the infinite beauty of the earth—and our desire to preserve and protect it—we compiled an array of eco-conscious and eco-friendly people and places making a difference right here in Brentwood. From our local conservancies and businesses to ancient practices in medicine, this issue is a celebration of all things Mother Nature. Throughout this issue, you’ll find simple ways to be more eco-friendly, from walking or cycling instead of driving to buying eco-conscious home accessories. Whether or not you have a green thumb, we hope the stories in these pages invoke feelings of gratitude for the wonderful world we live in—and the wonderful people

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in our community who strive to sustain it. Not sure where to start? When you’ve

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future magazines. After all, that’s what makes the world go ‘round!

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Happy spring!

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INSIDE THE ISSUE APRIL 2019

FEATURES 18 An Ancient Practice for a Modern Person Modern Acupuncture Making Your Life Better

22 Eco-Friendly Home Accessories A Touch of Green to Lighten Up Your Home

24 A Watershed Moment Each and Every Day The Harpeth Conservancy Wades into Deep Issues to Protect Our Local River—and Ourselves

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28 Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary Takes Flight The Local Private Nonprofit Invites You to Come Soar Along

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Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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22 Trend Setter 28 Water & Woods 34 Travel Destination 38 Lifestyle Calendar 42 Culinary Creations


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GOOD TIMES

2018 Brentwood Lifestyle "Best of Brentwood" Awards Ceremony Sam's Place, the outstanding new sports bar in Brentwood's Nippers Corner area, served as the perfect venue for the 2018 "Best of Brentwood" award celebration. Congratulations, everybody!

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GOOD TIMES 1.

Brentwood High School Wrestling Now a Force to Reckon With Under the leadership of coaches Damon Smith and Jordan Loy, Brentwood High wrestling has come of age, winning the Region 7 championship for the second straight year and sending these Bruins to the TSSAA State Championship: Brennan Jennings, Sam Sullivan, Johnny Mac Feldhacker, Hutson Staggs, Drake Cunningham, Skylar Coffey and Tank Starr. Skylar finished first in the state! Congratulations!

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Chef Reuben support two local environmental nonprofits in this issue, Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary and Harpeth Conservancy, by enjoying some Franklin Soul Food for yourself and writing “Dine4Owls” or “Dine4Harpeth” on your check. When you do, Chef Reuben will donate 10 percent of your tab to the worthy nonprofit of your choice!

BRENTWOOD GOES GOLDEN: 50TH ANNIVERSARY GOLDEN GALLOP PARADE Come see and be seen at "A Golden Gallop," the parade to celebrate the half-century mark of

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the City of Brentwood.  The fun starts rolling at 2 p.m. on April 13 at the Tractor Supply Company HQ, 5401 Virginia Way. With the theme "Show Us What Makes Brentwood Golden,"  expect lots of nice neighbors and festive floats. The parade  will also feature Brentwood and Ravenwood High Schools’ marching bands, cheerleaders and equine groups. The  parade  and other events are made possible thanks to donations from community sponsors. Tractor Supply Company is the presenting sponsor of the City of Brentwood’s 50th celebration events.

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An Ancient Practice for Modern People MODERN ACUPUNCTURE MOVES THE NEEDLE TOWARD BETTER LIVING ARTICLE SHIFAY CHEUNG | PHOTOGRAPHY ZACH DURBIN

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AT MODERN ACUPUNCTURE, YOU ARE SEEN BY A LICENSED, BOARDCERTIFIED PRACTITIONER. IN THE UNITED STATES, A TRAINED ACUPUNCTURIST HAS AN M.A. OR PH.D. LEVEL OF TRAINING, GAINING A DIPLOMA OF ACUPUNCTURE OR ORIENTAL MEDICINE.

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ICTURE A SPA-LIKE SETTING WITH YOU SITTING ON A WAVE MASSAGE CHAIR. Hanging fabrics to either side partition you from others. As soothing  music plays, you sip complimentary green tea and focus on the beautiful, natural vistas projected on the large monitor overhead.  You relax.  Your much-needed 30 minutes of healing has begun. Welcome to Modern Acupuncture, a new con-

cept in providing the health benefits of an ancient therapy. Originating in Scottsdale, Arizona, in 2017, Modern Acupuncture plans to have some 150 locations by 2020. The first Middle Tennessee location opened in spring 2018 on Mallory Lane in Brentwood. It's open seven days a week and walkins are welcome. If there was skepticism about the treatments and benefits of acupuncture, it may be due to lack of exposure in our mainstream media. Acupuncture has been used to remedy pain of many sorts since its ancient beginning. As the national debate regarding opioid abuse has been brought to the forefront, primary care doctors and specialists are now starting to point patients to alternative options for pain management and inflammation. Overall awareness and interest for acupuncture treatment is growing in our community and health care system today. At Modern Acupuncture, you are seen by a licensed, board-certified practi-

tioner. In the United States, a trained acupuncturist has an M.A. or Ph.D. level of training, gaining a diploma of acupuncture or oriental medicine. Acupuncture education includes two years of medical school classes and two years of hands-on clinical practice. Before the treatment begins, the staff will answer any questions you may have about acupuncture. The acupuncturist will do a thorough assessment of your symptoms while you discuss any ailments you are experiencing. Through observation alone, they note your breathing, heart rate and blood pressure. During your session, you will be reclined in a zero-gravity massage chair. It can be a very calm, relaxing experience. If someone comes in with bursitis, i.e., inflammation of the fluid sacs of the joint, the acupuncturist will utilize tiny needles to access distinct points on the body (without removal of clothes, as in a traditional session) to treat acute pain, restore balance in the lymphatic system, increase circulation and treat inflammation. The acupuncturist will design a personal treatment plan—it may take four to six sessions or longer—to alleviate underlying causes, which could be arthritis. If you’re worried about needles,  clinical director Rachelle Smith assures us that an acupuncture needle is extremely thin, smaller than a single piece of hair—it’s not like a hypodermic needle—and you may or may not feel the needle going in. Once the needle has been placed, it feels more like a tingling or aching sensation. Many patients fall asleep during treatments.

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Most people come in to get help with stress and anxiety, sleep issues, digestion and headaches. More recently, cosmetic acupuncture, the like “glow from the inside out” treatments, has become popular. People are turning to acupuncture as an all-natural alternative to Botox in their health and beauty regimes. Targeted needles boost  the body’s own healing, getting blood, oxygen and nutrients to the face, stimulating the production of collagen. Over time, people see a reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, a lifting and toning of facial muscles, and correction of texture and color imbalances. Now that we have piqued your interest, there is nothing to lose—only the health benefits of acupuncture to gain.

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A WAT E R S H E D MOMENT EACH AND EVERY DAY THE HARPETH CONSERVANCY WADES INTO DEEP ISSUES TO PROTECT OUR LOCAL RIVER—AND US ARTICLE WILLIAM HARWOOD

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A DONATION DROPS INTO THE CENTER OF HARPETH CONSERVANCY, SETTING OFF WAVES OF POSITIVE IMPACT IN ALL DIRECTIONS: TOWARD LEGISLATION, RESTORATION, CONSERVATION  AND EDUCATION. When it comes to the numerous challenges facing the 870 square miles of the Harpeth Watershed, this Brentwood-based nonprofit—a sophisticated conservation organization with staff experts in policy, science and law—addresses them all. And it does so from our own backyard, dedicated to the health of a river system that, for many of us, actually flows partly through our own backyards. Not bad for an organization that, when it began less than 20 years ago, had a scant $1,300 in its coffers and a mere 30 names on its membership rolls. Today, thanks to growing community support for its critical mission—half of its annual budget of nearly $600,000 comes from individuals—the Harpeth Conservancy employs a full-time staff of experts in conservation policy and environmental science. A good thing, too. There is a lot at stake. As one of the last three free-flowing rivers left in Tennessee, the Harpeth with its 125 miles of main river and its 1,129 miles of streams is a boon to us all, providing resources and recreation to humans while serving as one of the most biodiverse habitats on the planet to flora and fauna. For example, at least 84 native species of fish call the waters home. Yet the Harpeth River Watershed is under serious threat. As we all know, the greater Nashville area is developing rapidly, creating ever more demand for land and for water and often generating deleterious impacts, damage that is often wholly unnecessary if only best practices were implemented. And that is where Harpeth Conservancy comes in.  Here are a few examples of how donations to this organization create currents of philanthropy that flow effectively into action both on the ground and in the water.

D O N AT I O N S HELP CR AFT L E G I S L AT I O N .

Fishing at Old Dam Location

Water quality testing

While the Harpeth Conservancy is a strictly nonpartisan organization, working closely with politicians of all parties, the nonprofit does take one consistent position: that of good science. The Harpeth Conservancy brings  good science to the table in helping local officials craft land use plans and local ordinances, particularly when it comes to issues such as the mitigation of stormwater runoff in developments or the implementation of riparian buffers along the Harpeth Watershed’s many streams.

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A WATERSHED MOMENT

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Sunlight on the Harpeth

D O N AT I O N S HELP RESTORE AND CONSERVE. Just because some people unwittingly mess something up doesn’t mean other people can’t later help make it right. Take, for example, Franklin’s former low-head dam. For years, the city used to draw so much water that a stagnant pool would often form at its base in the summer, a foul-smelling eyesore to people and a deadly catastrophe to fish and other wildlife. The Harpeth Conservancy coordinated a multi-agency effort to remove this last remaining human barrier on the Harpeth, creating a fully free-flowing river and resulting in a measurable rebounding of native fish species. Not only that, but the Harpeth Conservancy helped to create a public access point and park at the place where the dam used to be.

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Aquatic education


D O N AT I O N S H E L P FUND SCIENTIFIC STUDIES AND PUBLIC E D U C AT I O N . Good science is critical, but so is an enlightened public. To help bring that about, the Harpeth Conservancy recently led more than a dozen educational events, including a family-friendly, hands-on learning event on the river itself in which participants helped collect and identify fish species. Even a rare Tippecanoe Darter was found! But there is so much to cover. For this reason, the Harpeth Conservancy publishes Citizen Action Guides and posts home and garden tips on its website. One major area of concern is nutrient pollution. Fertilizers with phosphates, whether sprayed

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and dead fish. Finding these algae areas is a nitrogen-laden job, but someone’s gotta do it. Thank you, Harpeth Conservancy!

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WATER & WOODS

Takes Flight COME SOAR ALONG

ARTICLE OWLBERT DAPPLED-QUILLS

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WHOO-WHOO, WHOO-WHOO…BETTER TO SHARE WITH YOU THE WONDERFUL NEWS OF OWL HILL THAN I, ONE OF ITS RESIDENT RAPTORS? Hello, humans. I am Owlbert Dappled-Quills, a barred by birth and a bard by calling. Allow me to provide a bird’s-eye view of the exciting things to see and to do at Owl’s Hill, a private, nonprofit nature sanctuary in your very own neck of the woods. With more than 300 acres of protected hills and forest just west of Brentwood’s city limits, Owl’s Hill is the ideal location to fulfill its fourfold mission: to conserve, to restore, to study and to educate.  “As threats to our natural world escalate, Owl’s Hill will continue to be an island of tranquility for not only our visitors but especially for the local flora and fauna that thrive in the woods and meadows, stream and ponds of the sanctuary," says Susan Duvenhage, executive director of Owl's Hill. "We are a special place to celebrate the wild, reinvigorate a passion for nature and inspire new generations of lifelong conservationists.” And celebrate, reinvigorate  and inspire Owl’s Hill most certainly does! In 2018 alone, my feathered friends and I were able to check off many boxes on our human watching life lists. We observed more than 4,000 school children and their teachers, representing some 78 schools and all participating in engaging, stan-

“WE ARE A SPECIAL PLACE TO CELEBRATE THE WILD, REINVIGORATE A PASSION FOR NATURE AND INSPIRE NEW GENERATIONS OF LIFELONG CONSERVATIONISTS.”

dards-based programs to learn about the more than 2,000 native plants and animals that call Owl’s Hill their home. There were lots of other interesting humans to view as well. More than 200 Scouts completed merit badge requirements, and nearly 1,000 day campers romped over hill and dale on various epic quests. I would also like to hoot a big salute to the many volunteers and corporate partners who logged hundreds of hours removing invasive species such as privet and honeysuckle and planting in their stead such beneficial natives as roughleaf dogwood, buttonbush, persimmon and red oak. In all, some 300 native trees were planted, hic habitat felicitas indeed for the 136 baby birds fledged from the nest boxes along the study trail. Perhaps those birds can flap their wings beside the 30 different species of butterflies recorded last year. In any case, 2018 marked the 20th year of consistent data collected from the nest boxes through Owl’s Hill Citizen Science Project, an initiative providing critical conservation information that is shared with such groups as Cornell University’s NestWatch Program and the Tennessee Ornithological Society. Well played, Owl’s Hill! Yet another feather for your cap!

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“OWL’S HILL NATURE SANCTUARY MAKES RECONNECTING WITH NATURE ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE.”

All of this honors the original vision of Owl’s Hill founder, Huldah Cheek Sharp—yes, the same philanthropist who, along with her husband, Walter, gave you humans the beautiful Cheekwood Estate and Gardens. There are lots of twists and turns to the story, but the gist of it is this: In 1959, Huldah and Walter built a home here and soon heard a great horned owl calling each night from the ridge; the name Owl’s Hill was born. By 1988, Huldah’s dream of a nature sanctuary was born as well, transforming the property into Cheekwood’s Owl Hill Nature Center, an oasis for plant research, conservation projects and educational programming. In the spring of 2007, the Cheekwood board of trustees voted to turn over all Owl's Hill’s assets to the newly created nonprofit organization, Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary.       In keeping with Huldah’s vision, Owl’s Hill is not a public park. Admission is by signing up for a program or by purchasing a day pass. But, regardless of what brings you here, whether it is a simple walk through the woods, an educational kids’ camp, a workshop for adults or some special event such as a Forest Dinner or even a Beer Quest—psst! it’s in May—here you are certain to find birds of a feather with whom to flock together.

During the month of April, Chef Reuben

“There are so many benefits to being in nature, yet many

Sliva of Franklin Soul will donate 10 per-

people have become increasingly removed from it. Owl’s

cent of patrons’ tabs to Owl’s Hill Nature

Hill Nature Sanctuary makes reconnecting with nature

Sanctuary when they write “Dine4Owls” on

accessible to everyone,” says Dane Anderson, an Owl's Hill

their tabs! Visit FranklinSoul.com for hours

Nature Sanctuary board member and volunteer.

and menu. When you visit, tell Chef Sliva

To help support this special place and to find the Owl’s

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TRAVEL DESTINATION

ARTICLE SUSAN BALDANI

Exploring the Historic Island of Venice NO PLANES, TRAINS OR AUTOMOBILES NECESSARY

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LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE PLACE TO VACATION, WHERE YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR CAR BEHIND AND JUST WALK (OR BOAT) TO YOUR NEXT DESTINATION? Then Venice is the perfect destination. With its museums, restaurants, shops and famous bridges, you can spend days wandering around and never tire of the

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ST. MARK’S SQUARE Choose a hotel near St. Mark’s Square, and you will be perfectly positioned to explore the island. Sitting at the mouth of the Grand Canal, it is in itself a prime stopping place and is the city’s largest square. Here, not only will you be surrounded by museums, cafes and shops, but you will

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also be at the home of St. Mark’s Basilica. ST. MARK'S BASILICA Right next door is the Basilica, dedicated to Venice’s patron, the apostle St. Mark. Admire the classic Byzantine architecture and multi-domed roofs, and go inside to attend a Catholic mass. Or simply book a tour to view the beautiful Byzantine mosaics and famous paintings done by Venetian masters. DOGE’S PALACE The former headquarters of the Republic of Venice, which reigned for 1,000 years, and residence of the Duke (Doge), it is now a museum where visitors can see torture chambers and prisons. Attached to it is the Bridge of Sighs, where prisoners were said to sigh knowing that this was

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their last glimpse of freedom. RIALTO BRIDGE The most famous bridge in Venice, it spans the Grand Canal. This spectacular ornamental bridge leads right to the Rialto Market, where shoppers can find a variety of fragrant spices, fresh produce and locally caught fish. Mix with the locals and soak up the culture while exploring

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all that the market has to offer. GALLERIA DEL’ACCADEMIA Called one of the best museums of Venetian art from the 14th to the 18th centuries, the museum houses more than 800 works by Carpaccio, Veronese, Bellini and more. Founded in 1750, the Academy was the place to be for painters and sculptors. Need a break from walking? Then hop on a motorboat and relax while heading for the islands

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on the Venetian Lagoon. MURANO While here, watch master glassmakers craft hand-blown glass into chandeliers, colorful vases and sparkling statues. There’s also the Museum of Glass where visitors can learn about the history of glass-making. BURANO On this island famous for lace-making, you can visit the Lace Museum to see historic and rare lace made throughout the years. Afterward, stroll down streets lined with colorful, brightly painted homes.

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TORCELLO This is one of Venice’s most visited islands, where you can admire the Byzantine mosaics showcased at the Cathedral of Santa Maria Dell'Assunta. You can also walk the paths of a nature preserve to enjoy some peace and solitude before heading back to the motorboat for the next

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adventure—in this case, shopping! LOUIS VUITTON, VERSACE, PRADA AND MORE Besides the local shops where you can find locally made items and souvenirs, visitors can find purses, clothing and accessories from high-end designers like Gucci and Valentino near St. Mark’s Square. OSTERIA AL PORTEGO After a day of sightseeing and shopping, get ready to eat. Visit a bàcaro, an informal wine bar, to order small plates of delicious food called cicchetti. Located near the Rialto Bridge, this one serves reasonably priced, authentic foods. GONDOLA RIDES Of course, no visit to Venice would be complete without a gondola ride. Glide along the canals while a gondolier points out the many bridges and buildings along the network of waterways.

So, ready to explore? Then contact a local travel agent to book your trip. According to Jean Peyton, an agent with Fun Time Travel in Brentwood, there are many advantages to using an agent over doing it yourself online. Agents have access to places and deals that cannot be found elsewhere. Also, your flights, transfers, hotels and tours can all be booked at once. They can also give you advice when it comes to traveling, such as the best time to visit (late spring for Venice), buying euros, obtaining travel insurance and having the proper paperwork. In addition, if you run into a problem while traveling, your agent will be able to assist you. Best of all, you can get all this for no extra cost, since most travel agents do not charge for their services. 36

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MULE DAY

NASHVILLE CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL

HAPPY 50TH BRENTWOOD BIRTHDAY PARADE

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that if you don't visit Columbia,

Cherry Blossom Festival, a free,

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the self-proclaimed "World Mule

family-friendly

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Way will be the scene for nice

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spring and Japanese culture. Music,

neighbors and festive floats. Free

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and fun for the whole family. To vol-

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cosplay contest—lots to see and do!

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RACHAEL MCCAMPBELL: SOLO ART SHOW FOR LAND TRUST FOR TENNESSEE

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Rachael McCampbell creates paint-

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railroad

"TREE" CHEERS FOR ARBOR DAY!

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presents

the

Easter Bunny on a round trip to historic Watertown. The Easter

Pinkerton Park

Watertown, will help hunt for Easter

Here are "tree" great reasons to

Eggs around the main square with

attend this annual green rite of

its many shops and restaurants. For

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will be lots of activities for kids of all ages. 2. There will be lots of food. 3. And there will be free tree saplings to adopt and take home. Can you dig it?

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Effortless Beef Kebabs ARTICLE WILLIAM HARWOOD

A GUIDE TO THE BEST KEBABS FROM TAZIKI'S

DIRECTIONS 1. Cut beef into 1-inch cubes.  2.  In a mixing bowl, whisk marinade WHAT YOU’LL NEED: 

ingredients together.

Cutting board, knife, mixing bowl,

3. Add beef to marinade. Mix until

whisk, measuring cups, measuring

beef is coated.

spoons, 4-inch wooden skewers,

4. Place beef in sealable container

sealable storage bag or container

or bag. 5.  Place container or bag in refrig-

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INGREDIENTS

erator. Marinate for 2 hours.

2 pounds beef sirloin (or chicken)

6. Soak wooden skewers in a con-

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1/4 teaspoon salt

olive oil and lemon juice.

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10. Remove kebabs from grill. Top

Unsalted butter, melted

with melted butter.

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