Thin strips of chicken beast marinated in Thai flavors and grilled with peach wood smoke. We wanted have some fun with our food and got a little carried away with this mash-up... Thai Satay Chicken with Peanut Sauce Mexican Street Corn Stuffed Zucchini Some of the marinade and Peanut Sauce ingredients. Letting them get some extra smoke before the fast cooking finish, being careful not to create chicken jerky. Peach wood was a good choice. It gave a nice smoke that didn't compete with the many Thai flavors. Stuffed zucchini with bacon, crisped ham, garlic, sweet peppers, cherry tomatoes, lemon goat cheese, bread crumbs... ... which were great and really took on the smoke, but definitely will not be served with Thai Satay going forward...lol... The same goes for the Mexican Street Corn with mayo, chili powder, lime juice, and cotija cheese (which tastes like feta and parmesan cheese mixed together, so I'll mix them rather than pay extra for cotija next time)... delicious, but the sweetness and the cheese in particular kept it from going with the Thai. Thai Satay Chicken, served on grilled pita bread, with Peanut Sauce, sesame seeds, parsley (replaced cilantro), chopped peanuts and lime juice. I would definitely make this chicken again. It's a fun way to change up flavors. Thanks for taking a look.