This smoothie satisfies all my not-too-sweet breakfast desires with a spicy kick of jalapeño, creamy avocado, a hearty helping of greens, and some tropical flavors to round things out. The end result is a slightly-tart, veggie-packed, green smoothie that doesn't taste too 'green.'
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The classic British fool, a dessert of fruit and whipped cream, is an ideal warm weather dessert because it's light and balance of sweet and tart fruit flavors. Spooned into this tropical take are layers of juicy mango, pineapple, and toasted coconut.
Built with layer upon layer of flavor—first with a spicy, earthy rub and then with a sweet and fruity glaze—these pork and pineapple kebabs taste way more complex than their simple preparation may suggest.
Summer's the time to break out the blender for morning smoothies—the weather's hot and the fruit is ripe. Get out of your berry-and-yogurt rut with this ultra-creamy smoothie using a usually-savory ingredient: avocado.
Made with smoked iced, this fun tiki-inspired cocktail changes flavor over time.
A ginger-teriyaki marinade and glaze gives these grilled beef kebabs a savory sweet flavor with just a little bite.
A sunny, summery jam that can be made in the dead of winter with fresh pineapple and dried apricots.
In this twist on the classic upside down cake, the pineapple is put in the batter, which adds extra moisture, texture, and a fruity flavor to the crumb. The top of the cake is sliced mango, which enhances the dish's tropical flavors.
Bright in taste and creamy in texture, this mix of pineapple, parsnip, and blood orange juice is a winning combination.
This frothy concoction is sweet, sour, and spicy, too.
The pink color of this juice is from fresh cranberries, which add a nice tartness to sweet pineapple and apple juice.
Taiwanese pineapple cakes (fung li su) are more like an encased pineapple tart, with a thick, jammy filling and a buttery crust.
Crispy crushed Rice Chex® cereal and coconut coated shrimp served with an addicting tangy-hot dipping sauce.
This duck curry from Katie Chin's new cookbook, Everyday Thai Cooking, is perhaps one of her richest: the generous pour of coconut milk and fat-laced duck meat definitely take the dish into stick-to-your-ribs comfort territory. Still, the bright sweetness of the pineapple and tomatoes, combined with the abundant fresh herbs and spicy curry paste, lightens the dish just enough to make it enjoyable even on a sunny October day.
Juicy pineapple and sweet coconut add tropical flair to these tender muffins.
A mere few minutes of work and minimal ingredients can turn a rather ho-hum bottled barbecue sauce into serious eats.
This classic southern cake is full of pineapple, banana, and pecans and iced with a creamy cream cheese frosting. This snack cake version is easy mixed in just one bowl and oh so moist.
The cure for the common skewer, brined chicken is wrapped in bacon, threaded on skewers with pineapple, grilled, and finished with a brush of teriyaki for a sweet, salty, fruity, smoky, and meaty treat.
Muddled fresh basil, fresh pineapple juice, kale juice, and rye combine for a delicious sweet-tart, herbaceous green smash.
An intoxicating juxtaposition of flavors, including spicy and salty lime dressing, sweet pineapple, nutty cashews, and lightly smoky duck, make this a salad of the highest order.