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.
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 flavoring typically in liquid form that is made from rum. Although the alcohol content is very small, if a non-alcohol based extract is desired for various tastes or traditions it is available in some food stores.
A type of liquor made from sugarcane that is boiled into a syrup, separated into a hardened sugar and molasses, and then processed using the molasses combined with yeast and water as the base for the ingredients.