Pined Delicacy!

I love pineapples, despite having a sensitive throat. It’s probably¬†one of those fruits that look prettier when it’s all¬†chopped up and ready to eat as compared to how it looks when you first buy it. And it tasted yummy after all that hard work too! Sorry for the shabby writing, after a long week, it been a lazy Sunday afternoon, I really wish I could’ve done better!

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  1. Touch2Touch says:

    Anybody who cuts up a pineapple so elaborately and meticulously cannot be accused of being lazy!!!!!!

    (Did you know that in colonial New England a pineapple was the symbol of hospitality?
    That’s why so many newel posts on banisters and staircases and ends of curtain rods, etc. are trimmed with carved pineapples. And giving someone a pineapple as a gift was a really big deal!)


    1. Kamakshi says:

      Ahh Judith, i got it de-pined, that’s why its kinda shapeless as i tried to clean up completely … And thanks for the story, i didn’t know that at all! Now i will give pineapples the due respect they deserve!!


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