Pineapple is a versatile tropical fruit that is used in many types of recipes. It is often used as an ingredient in fruit salads, pies, cakes, and ice cream recipes; it goes very well with ham, pork, chicken, and seafood; it's an excellent fruit for grilling; and it's one of the most delicious fruits eaten as is--no additional ingredients required to enhance the unique flavor.
How to Make Stuffing
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Stuffing is a side dish commonly associated with turkey and Thanksgiving but it can also be enjoyed throughout the year and with many types of meat.
Today's trend is to cook stuffing separately from turkey, the reason being safety and speed. Stuffing must reach a temperature of 165º F to kill harmful bacteria. By the time enough heat has reached the stuffing to render it safe, the turkey can be overcooked.
A miniature version of the larger species of Pineapple. Also referred to as a mini Pineapple or minipineapple, this variety of fruit grows only to a height of 5 to 7 inches with a diameter of approximately 4 inches.
A seasoned mixture of ingredients such as bread, eggs, meat, vegetables, and spices that are combined and typically placed in the cavity of poultry, game birds, fish, meat, or vegetables to be baked together.