It’s still surprising to me when my weekday dinner instagram photos get much more love than the other (more carefully) composed shots. You know the kind of photos you probably shouldn’t be uploading that are all grainy and muddy looking from your lack of decent kitchen lighting. Yup, those photos. The kind of photos I’m half tempted to delete after revisiting the morning after…and most times do.

Real talk, people.

These BBQ Steak kebab wraps were no exception. The brilliant yet effortless assembly of left over BBQ goodness into one tasty little wrap caught the attention of many and its recipe was demanded. So simple and so delicious, there are no secrets here! Therefore I extend this dinner/lunch wonderment to you in three steps, dear friends:

(1) Fire up the grill.

(2) Skewer up some steak, chicken and/or veg (I like zucchini and onions) that have been rubbed with some Marrakesh spices – or heck even some BBQ sauce.

(3) Assemble into a whole wheat flat bread with some lettuce, tomato and tzatziki…BOOM!

Move over burrito, mealtime just got Greek inspired.

Since this is really not complicated or time consuming, may I suggest whipping up some homemade Tzatziki?! It takes all of 5 minutes and makes for some mean pita dipping. Let’s do it!


Recipe: No Guilt (aka: non fat) Tzatziki


  • 1 sm container of non-fat greek yogurt
  • 1/3 juice of of large lemon
  • 1/3 tsp cumin
  • 1/4 tsp red pepper flakes
  • 1/2 tsp dill
  • 1 TBS finely chopped mint
  • 1 cup chopped cucumber


Speaking of inspiration – I love me some Greek key patterns and a table top sporting  a few bougainvillea clippings. Grab one of these fancy skewers, fire up your grill (yes I need that pink retro BBQ madness in my life) and throw yourself a kebab party. Opa!

Skewers // {one} AHeirloom’s Double Bamboo Skewer // {two} 4 Prong Grilling Skewer  // {three} Pushette BBQ Skewers with magnetic slide  // {four} Chef’n Branch Skewer
La Boîte á Epice Marrakesh Spice Blend N.6 // Memphis Retro 2 Burner BBQ
Tabletop // {one} Gold Greek Key Decanter & Tumbler Set  // {two} Handmade Traditional Turkish Coffee Spoon and Stir {three} Johnathan Adler Santorini Quatrefoil Dishes  // {four} Green Greek Key Paper towels  // {five} bougainvillea plant  // {six} Stephen Antonson Vases For West Elm

What have you been throwing on your BBQ this week?! Any grill gadgets I should be using? Spill!