Grilled, Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp With Arugula and Red Onion Relish
Be careful not to overcook the shrimp or they'll be rubbery. That said, you do want the bacon to achieve a light char and crispness. Achieve this by keeping shrimp just off of direct heat. Keep the grill heat moderate, and don't walk away when cooking, because bacon fat may cause flames to ignite.
Dinner Tonight: Grilled Scallops with Mint Pesto and Balsamic Syrup
Serve the scallops on a bed of greens, but it would go just as easily on top of cooked pasta for a heartier meal. The key is to use the extra pesto to dress the salad or pasta, as well as the balsamic syrup that's drizzled on the scallops.
Slicing, stuffing, and wrapping the shrimp can be a little time consuming, but the effort is well rewarded as these grill up delicious. They have a nice crisp, salty bacon coating that holds a heat from a jalapeno that's put into check by some creamy Monterey Jack, all delivered in one might tasty crustacean.