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« on: August 25, 2016, 02:10:40 am »

I have posted this on a few forums I participate in because it came out so well.  The other day I wanted to do a Brazilian themed cook for my Olympic Opening Ceremony watch party.  I got a lot of great suggestions, but the one that really stuck with me was a recommendation to do a rotisserie style pineapple.  It just so happens recently I had a very sober pineapple sitting on my counter the and a grill that was still hot outside, so I figured I would give it a shot. The original recommendation suggested I coat the pineapple with a cherry rub, but I didn't have that in my pantry.

Steps:

1) Chop off crown and base of pineapple

2) Peel the Pineapple but cutting off the peel with 6—8 cuts

3) Inject the pineapple with a rum of your choice (I used Trader Vic’s Dark Rum and this is why I call it “Drunken Pineapple”)

4) Sprinkle turbinado sugar on the pineapple flesh

5) Spear the pineapple through the core with the spit and install forks

6) Install rotisserie on a hot grill

7) Cook for approximately 30 minutes, until the caramelization reaches desired level.

Cool Slice thinly down the length of the pineapple and serve

I sliced it thinly and served with a vanilla macadamia nut ice cream that is made locally in Maui.  I even added a splash or two of rum, it was delicious.  I have had grilled pineapple before, but never like this and it was a good opportunity to take the Joetisserie for another spin.  I hope you guys get an opportunity to give this a try.  Some of the added health benefits are "the rum gives you an excuse to talk like a pirate"  and "the pineapples keeps you from contracting scurvy"!

http://www.backyardmovies.net/?p=415
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« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2016, 08:28:13 pm »

I have posted this on a few forums I participate in because it came out so well.  The other day I wanted to do a Brazilian themed cook for my Olympic Opening Ceremony watch party.  I got a lot of great suggestions, but the one that really stuck with me was a recommendation to do a rotisserie style pineapple.  It just so happens recently I had a very sober pineapple sitting on my counter the and a grill that was still hot outside, so I figured I would give it a shot. The original recommendation suggested I coat the pineapple with a cherry rub, but I didn't have that in my pantry.

Steps:

1) Chop off crown and base of pineapple

2) Peel the Pineapple but cutting off the peel with 6—8 cuts

3) Inject the pineapple with a rum of your choice (I used Trader Vic’s Dark Rum and this is why I call it “Drunken Pineapple”)

4) Sprinkle turbinado sugar on the pineapple flesh

5) Spear the pineapple through the core with the spit and install forks

6) Install rotisserie on a hot grill

7) Cook for approximately 30 minutes, until the caramelization reaches desired level.

Cool Slice thinly down the length of the pineapple and serve

I sliced it thinly and served with a vanilla macadamia nut ice cream that is made locally in Maui.  I even added a splash or two of rum, it was delicious.  I have had grilled pineapple before, but never like this and it was a good opportunity to take the Joetisserie for another spin.  I hope you guys get an opportunity to give this a try.  Some of the added health benefits are "the rum gives you an excuse to talk like a pirate"  and "the pineapples keeps you from contracting scurvy"!

http://www.backyardmovies.net/?p=415


Sounds good.......do you do you deliver? Grin Grin Grin
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