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    Grilling fresh pineapple

    Got some ribeyes and sweet corn for the grill tonight.

    Picked up a fresh pinapple and wanted to try it on the grill (first time). Any tips, or suggestions? Is sticking to the grill an issue or does it release as it cooks like meat?



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Goes great with grilled Snickers bars
    I imagine it would need to be inside something like foil. I bet it would be good to use Pineapple to infuse something else.



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    seems early for good sweet corn...



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    I've never had a problem with it sticking to the grill. You might want to toss the pineapple with brown sugar before you throw it on the grill. The sugar caramelizes after a couple minutes on each side and adds a nice dimension.



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    If you need to grill a pineapple, you can always use the tried and true techniques. Put it in a dark room across a table from you with a solitary light over it. Maybe bring in a buddy and use the good cop/bad cop scheme. Also, sleep deprivation will sometime get the pineapple perp to break down and confess.



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Quote Originally Posted by balken View Post
    If you need to grill a pineapple, you can always use the tried and true techniques. Put it in a dark room across a table from you with a solitary light over it. Maybe bring in a buddy and use the good cop/bad cop scheme. Also, sleep deprivation will sometime get the pineapple perp to break down and confess.
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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonepower View Post
    seems early for good sweet corn...
    Picked it up from Fareway this AM. Normally don't buy from supermarket but it looks very fresh. We will see.



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Slice it into 1/4" thick segments and marinate it.

    I'm not near my recipe box, but think I use something like:
    • 1 c rum
    • 1 TBSP brown sugar
    • 1 TSP ginger
    • 1 tsp ground cloves
    • 1 tsp nutmeg
    It is unbelieviably good. And to the OP it doesn't stick at all. Very easy to work with.


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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Quote Originally Posted by Naughtius View Post
    Slice it into 1/4" thick segments and marinate it.


    I'm not near my recipe box, but think I use something like:
    • 1 c rum
    • 1 TBSP brown sugar
    • 1 TSP ginger
    • 1 tsp ground cloves
    • 1 tsp nutmeg
    It is unbelieviably good. And to the OP it doesn't stick at all. Very easy to work with.
    Thanks,
    I have a baked ppinapple recipe that I use that's very good. It uses:
    Brown sugar
    Butter
    Kahlua
    Vanilla



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    i just cut and throw on the grill. no sticking and no diabetes.


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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Quote Originally Posted by balken View Post
    If you need to grill a pineapple, you can always use the tried and true techniques. Put it in a dark room across a table from you with a solitary light over it. Maybe bring in a buddy and use the good cop/bad cop scheme. Also, sleep deprivation will sometime get the pineapple perp to break down and confess.
    Impressive! Nice!



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Quote Originally Posted by Naughtius View Post
    Slice it into 1/4" thick segments and marinate it.

    I'm not near my recipe box, but think I use something like:
    • 1 c rum
    • 1 TBSP brown sugar
    • 1 TSP ginger
    • 1 tsp ground cloves
    • 1 tsp nutmeg
    It is unbelieviably good. And to the OP it doesn't stick at all. Very easy to work with.
    I'm trying this tonight, now. Thank you.


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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Quote Originally Posted by Naughtius View Post
    Slice it into 1/4" thick segments and marinate it.

    I'm not near my recipe box, but think I use something like:
    Wait, you have a recipe box? Don't tell clones85.

    Does sound pretty good though



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    Do you cut the skin and the middle out, or leave it on?



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    Re: Grilling fresh pineapple

    I friend of mine has a recipe that uses chili powder. When he said that I didn't think that sounded good at all but it turned out to be delicious. Don't know the exact recipe.



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