Pineapple…, Tropical fruits give special taste on recipes

Custom Lapel Pin / GS-JJ.com

Maybe pineapple can be counted as one of the most strange-looking fruits in the world.

Pineapple is a tropical, perennial, drought-tolerant plant. The outer skin of pineapple is tough and scaly rind and is not pleasant to look at. Its inside is entirely different from its outer skin. Internally, its juicy flesh may range from creamy white to yellow and has a mix of sweet and tart taste with rich flavor.

Unfortunately, if you have eaten unripe pineapple, it would result in tenderness of the mouth, including the lips, tongue and cheeks. Therefore, knowing how to select a ripe pineapple is of great importance. There are several ways to tell whether a pineapple is ripe or not.

  • First, using your scent: You can sniff the stem end and you can smell a sweet scent if it’s ripe.
  • Second, using your eyes: You can look at the color of the leaves. Because the color of the fruit itself can be either golden-yellow or green, looking at the leaf color might be a better option.

Besides eating directly, there are still many ways to deal with pineapple. You can try Pineapple-Mango Chutney, Grilled Chicken with Pineapple Sliders as many other recipes that now in any restaurant can find.

Custom Lapel Pin / GS-JJ.com

 

GS-JJ, a custom lapel pins maker, produces lapel pins for pineapple. It is a comic image of pineapple and has a cute smile. This custom lapel pin is crafted by soft enamel with dye black finish. Each one of it is individually packaged. GS-JJ is one of the maker of this lapel pin, which can also produce custom lapel pins like soft enamel lapel pins, hard enamel lapel pins, sandblast lapel pins, 3D cast/ cut out, antique pins to customers at the lowest price.

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