Here is one for the Wayne aka whaleman for the asking. "How to cut a Pineapple"
Nov 5, 2012 4:47:21 pmby whaleman Homepage »
Thank you Errol, and excellent work! Your method worked very well on my oranges, and squeezing the skins even yielded about a cup of juice...I'll slice closer next time. I am anxious to try it out with a pineapple but they did not have any at my local SuperStore, but probably will soon! Every time I see pineapple it reminds me of touring the Dole Pineapple Factory on Oahu back in 1969. It was amazing to watch how the workers made all the different products, and I liked having fresh pineapple juice on tap! And nothing was wasted, virtually all of each pineapple was used.
Nov 5, 2012 5:37:37 pmby goodoleboy Homepage »
Splendid portrait of the pineapple, diced into several parts, Errol.
My local market carries canned pineapple in sliced, chunk, crushed and tidbit varieties.
Actually, I've seen special pineapple cutters, parers and splicers advertised in catalogs that I get in the mail.
Nov 5, 2012 7:58:40 pmby Richardphotos Online Now! Homepage »
I am allergic to the pineapple for sale here, but in the Philippines I was eating a whole pineapple by myself in two days along with mangoes
I would surmise that the pineapple in Hawaii most be like Philippine pineapple being not to citric. sure looks delicious