Fresh Pineapple Flavors

From delectable drinks to savory kabobs, we make the most of Hawaii's sweetest export.

Be sure to cut meat into equal pieces so they all finish cooking at the same time.

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Grilled Chinese Sweet and Sour Kabobs

Tip: Be sure to cut meat into equal pieces so they all finish cooking at the same time.

Recipe:  Grilled Chinese Sweet and Sour Kabobs

These are addictive! Make extra—guests will be tempted to eat more than their share.

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Coconut Shrimp with Pineapple Salsa

Tip: These are addictive! Make extra―guests will be tempted to eat more than their share.

Recipe:  Coconut Shrimp with Pineapple Salsa

Because pineapple juice has a tenderizing effect, don't soak seafood in it for very long—the texture turns mushy.

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Macadamia Nut Chicken with Papaya-Pineapple Relish

Tip: Because pineapple juice has a tenderizing effect, don't soak seafood in it for very long―the texture turns mushy.

Recipe:  Macadamia Nut Chicken with Papaya-Pineapple Relish

Try pieces of frozen pineapple in place of ice. They keep drinks cold without watering them down.

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Fresh Pineapple Mojito

Tip: Try pieces of frozen pineapple in place of ice. They keep drinks cold without watering them down.

Recipe:  Fresh Pineapple Mojito

Grilling brings out the extra sweetness in the pineapple. Don't overcook or the fruit will get mushy.

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Grilled Glazed Pineapple with Coconut Sorbet

Tip: Grilling brings out the extra sweetness in the pineapple. Don't overcook or the fruit will get mushy.

Recipe:  Grilled Glazed Pineapple with Coconut Sorbet

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