KIM JORDAN | Storm season is upon us

Kim knows first-hand the importance of preparing your HOME for storm season. She's lived it!

Watch the video to see what Kim has to say about preparedness.

Kim's recipe for her latest scrumptiousness, "Grilled Summer Squash" appears just below. 

You'll find the video transcription available below the recipe.


Grilled Summer Squash

You can cut the squash into a variety of shapes, so feel free to experiment. The amount may vary depending on the shape that you choose.

— Kim

 

Directions

Mix together the garlic, parsley, thyme, lemon juice, olive oil, 2 tsp of the salt and 1 tsp of the pepper to make a marinade.

Cut the zucchini and yellow squash lengthwise into ¼-inch thick strips using a mandolin or chef’s knife.  Place strips in a zip-lock bag and pour the marinade over the vegetables. Place in refrigerator and let marinate for at least 30 minutes, or up to 4 hours.

Preheat gas or charcoal grill to medium-high heat.  Remove vegetables from marinade and allow excess marinade to drain off.  Season the slices with the remaining salt & pepper.  Grill uncovered over direct heat, turning as needed, until marked on both sides and tender, about 8-10 minutes.

Remove from grill and serve immediately.

Ingredients

4 garlic cloves, minced
½ cup rough-chopped parsley
2 tbsp thyme leaves
½ cup lemon juice
1 cup olive oil
3 tsp salt
1 ½ tsp ground black pepper
4 zucchini
4 yellow squash

 

 

 


Full transcript

KIM JORDAN – Storm season is upon us

The storm season is upon us.
Now is the perfect time to get to prepared, and make sure everyone knows what to do.
Although Metro Oklahoma City has a good warning system, it is always good to stay aware.
Storms can brew up rather suddenly at times.

If you have a shelter, take time to make sure your shelter is cleaned out.
Remove any cobwebs and spray for bugs.
Second, round up any important papers and put them in the shelter or in your safe deposit box.
And make sure you have sufficient supplies, a weather radio, water, flashlight, batteries, gloves, towels and blankets, toiletries, and don’t forget medications.
Try to keep as much as you can in this area during the season, so you will have less to round up on short notice.
And lastly, make sure you have a plan on rounding up any pets . . . they are family too!

If you have not already invested in a tornado shelter, this is definitely an asset, while living in your home, and definitely when it comes to selling.
There are many options out there.
If you ever have any questions or need any references, please give me or Alice a call.

See ya next time.