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The last couple days the weather was insane. It will be one hundred degrees outside and then it starts raining? I don't understand it but we do need the rain. With the weather being so miserable we have decided to start cooking outside on the grill. We found a great deal on Kingsford Charcoal at The Home Depot and I have found some really delicious recipe inspirations here! One of my favorite grilling recipes is to grill pineapple. The flavor of the pineapple is intense when you add cinnamon and brown sugar. But first thing first you need to prepare your grill.
You can find Kingsford Charcoal in bulk at The Home Depot on sale for $9.88. They have this great price happening until July 6th!
I got my hands dirty first and preheated the grill so it was nice and hot before I placed the fresh pineapple on it.
Grilled Pineapple Recipe
1 Pineapple cut into spears
2 tablespoons of cinnamon
1/4 cup of brown sugar
You take your gorgeous pineapple and you need to cut the top off.
Then you need to cut off the scales on the side of the pineapple. You want your pineapple to resemble an octagon:
Cut your octagon pineapple into spears.
Then mix your brown sugar and cinnamon together
And sprinkle it on on top of the pineapple spears.
Now you can place the pineapple slices on the grill. You want the grill to be so hot that when you lay the pineapple slices down you can hear a sizzle.
I prefer to put the lid on the barbecue. Only because it was windy out side.
After 15 minutes you can turn them over
I like the spears to have more of a grilled looks to them. Some people prefer them to be char-coaled:
Let your grilled pineapple sit for ten minutes to cool down. Then enjoy with your other favorite Fourth of July favorites!
In the grilling mood? Head over to your nearest The Home Depot store to pick up your Kingsford Charcoal. Click here to find the store nearest you.