Quick and Easy PINEAPPLE Cutting 101

Pineapple has such a rough coating to remove, doesn’t it?  And, once you get the coating off, the fruit is very slippery!  If you don’t create flat surfaces to cut against, it’s nearly impossible to hang onto.

QUICK AND EASY PINEAPPLE CUTTING 101

Just as with cutting watermelon (see that video here), I’m sure you have a technique you’ve used for years for cutting pineapple.

Pineapple Cutting 101

One of you mentioned once that you didn’t like cutting pineapple, so I thought it might be helpful to show how I do it.  This has been my process for years, and I don’t remember where I saw it done this way.

Pineapple Cutting 101

I don’t know.  Maybe I invented my own technique by grabbing a snippet of an example here and another snippet there…you know – basically stealing hints from others and combining them all into one.

 

What do you think?  Was that new to you?  I hope this is helpful!

Blessings~

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  1. robin says

    That is how I cut my pineapples. I’m sure it helped many!!!I loved the video, especially since it was so quick and to the point. I was thinking, “Don’t ya wish you could actually move that fast?” hahahaha Funny you should post this TODAY. Last night my (grown) kid texts me “Mom please make me a pineapple upside down cake. Please” Monday will be cake baking day…and moving some stuff for Tuesday’s mold remediation!!! WHOOOP WHOOP!

    Down on the farm…. in NJ LOL
    …a little birdie somehow got into my front screened porch. Was it the CHEAP vinyl jacked up screen door, that won’t close right (that needs to go to screen door heaven)? Or was it where the screen was ripped away from the edge of the wall from when those kids threw eggs ? We’ll never know. LOL

    I propped open the door. I tried to coax him out. Quincy had to be removed from the front storm door…barking and scratching at the door does NOT make a bird WANT to come that way to get out. hahaha I grabbed him by the color and moved him back 3 feet and told him to stay. He looked at me like “Whaddi do?” He knew mommy was not happy with him. This dog is more sensitive to my feelings than any dog I ever had. 10x as much. Even when I am not actually “mad” but I a m using inflection in my voice to tell a story …he gets all worried.

    So the bird finally stopped flying by the door and flew out. YAY! And yes, he pooped on the stuff I was cleaning on the porch. THANKS! Good riddens! LOL

    Way to start the day. His little visit wasted a lot of my time. I had to keep watching to see if he left. I didn’t want to come out and have him fly up from the behind the chairs and give me a heart attack. And he most likely would have pooped on me. I have a history of birds and seagulls leaving presents on my shoulders. LOL This guy had eaten berries. As much as I love wearing purple…..THAT would have left a stain. hahahaha

    • Kate (PAM=Painter Artist Mom) says

      Robin, You are so funny! I love reading your replies. I think life must be fun around your house! PAM (painter artist mom)

      • robin says

        Thanks PAM. It surely is an ADVENTURE and a half! My hubby says my daughter and I could have a show. LOL I was blessed with a natural knack of making light of the stuff that others might just get mad about and stay mad about. Laughing is great medicine!

    • says

      Haha! What a story, Robin! You have such exciting events at your house. And your sensitive dog…how do you breed that? That would be a top seller at the pet store, for sure! We had a bird in our house in Georgia once. Another time, we had a squirrel in the fireplace (came down the chimney). Both events caused careful coaxing out a door before some unsightly excrement was planted. Yikes! Wild animals need to stay in the wild! As for your pineapple upside down cake, it must be a real winner for your child to suddenly make a request like that. I hope you get it made with your mold remediation happening the next day. I hope you get rest this weekend. It sounds like you’ll need it! 🙂

    • says

      Thank you! I hope you have a wonderful weekend, too, Pam. I thought about calling you today about a podcast I’d like you to hear. It was such a great example! Call me soon if you’d like to hear about it. 🙂