A colorful salad of couscous, tomatoes, and watercress makes a tasty bed for skewers of grilled shrimp. If you can't get beautiful summer tomatoes, it's better to leave the tomatoes out. Substitute roasted red bell peppers, if you like. More Amazing Shrimp Recipes
Test-Kitchen Tip Wooden skewers are handy for grilling. Just be sure to soak them in water for at least ten minutes before using, or they could burn.
Shrimp is often best with a full-bodied white wine, but with all the watercress in this salad you'll want some acidity as well. Try a Sémillon from Washington State or a Sauvignon Blanc from California.