When traveling around SE Asia, I saw in Cambodia many vendors were selling full mini pineapples on a stick. It had these unique diagonal cut patterns on it and other than to cut off the skin, I wasn't sure why it looked like a drill bit. Delicious!!!!
Not new to eating pineapples, but to cutting them, I took a stab at it. Low and behold when I started cutting the "eyes" off, I could them immediately see why the Cambodian pineapples were cut the way they were.
In this video this is not my first time. There were instructions on how to cut it on the label (0:15) but that is the last way I would want to cut it. If there is a more seasoned pineapple-er who can share their knowledge, even better! Can't help but think of my buddy in HI and what he would say.
I do wash off the pineapple as the bottom of the pineapple had a little bit of mold (outside only) as many of them do in the shipping. After cutting the e top and bottom off and the rest of the skin, a quick rinse of everything makes me feel much more clean.
Also really want to try a "Sugar Loaf" or white pineapple, which is suppose to be whiter, sweeter and with no middle core.
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