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