Here’s a simple way to cook tender, flavorful shrimp. The lemongrass stalks simultaneously skewer the shrimp together so they broil evenly, and infuse them with fresh lemony flavor. You can make the spicy, citrusy marinade ahead of time and let the shrimp marinate for up to 2 hours before cooking. You want the lemongrass stalks to be as thin as possible for easier skewering, so try to buy thin lemongrass stalks, if possible, or simply peel off layers until they’re thin enough to poke through the shrimp. Don’t love shrimp? Use any firm white fish you like, such as swordfish, scallops, or grouper.