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    Swineapple

    Basically it is pork-stuffed bacon-wrapped pineapple that is smoked or cooked over a barbecue.

    Anybody try it and have a good recipe?

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    Never heard of it, but if sandwiches can be made add shredded Kielbasa as a garnish... AKA Pole Slaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wishbone View Post


    Never heard of it, but if sandwiches can be made add shredded Kielbasa as a garnish... AKA Pole Slaw.
    Mmm...that does sound good, too. Except the name 'pole slaw' could be misconstrued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazz lady View Post
    Mmm...that does sound good, too. Except the name 'pole slaw' could be misconstrued.
    True.

    And I can see there would definitely be questions about the dressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazz lady View Post
    Basically it is pork-stuffed bacon-wrapped pineapple that is smoked or cooked over a barbecue.

    Anybody try it and have a good recipe?
    Yes, we made one once. Cooked in the smoker. It was really good but fell apart easily. Guess it takes some practice but that didn't affect the flavor. A friend of ours came across a video on FB.


    This is not the video we used but I can't imagine they differ that much. This one give instructions for grilling it as well. https://tipbuzz.com/swineapple/
    Last edited by getbent; 08-11-2017 at 03:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wishbone View Post
    And I can see there would definitely be questions about the dressing.
    Indeed.

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    I made something similar.

    A fresh pineapple, cored, and stuffed with a marinated pork tenderloin. The entire thing was wrapped in bacon and put in the smoker.

    Maybe it would have been better simply put in a low-temp oven, or on a low-temp grill. But in the smoker.....it was AWFUL. Like, I made two of them, and threw both of them away. Inedible, and you *know* how much I appreciate food.

    I'd make it again, but definitely skip the smoker portion if the recipe.
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    I can't find anything appetizing at all in this recipe.
    No more splitting Uranium for fun and profit, retirement is cool so far....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadGirl View Post
    I made something similar.

    A fresh pineapple, cored, and stuffed with a marinated pork tenderloin. The entire thing was wrapped in bacon and put in the smoker.

    Maybe it would have been better simply put in a low-temp oven, or on a low-temp grill. But in the smoker.....it was AWFUL. Like, I made two of them, and threw both of them away. Inedible, and you *know* how much I appreciate food.

    I'd make it again, but definitely skip the smoker portion if the recipe.
    Thanks! I was wondering if a smoker was necessary or it was better on a barbecue. Especially since I don't HAVE a smoker.

    I still want to try it and will research different recipes until I find one with really good reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonehead View Post
    I can't find anything appetizing at all in this recipe.
    Different strokes. I love to try new things and ways of cooking so this appeals to my sense of adventure.

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