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Pineapple

A slang term for a $50 note in Australia. The term is derived from the fact that $50 notes are mostly yellow.
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Another netizen emphasized to his friend how much people don't like pineapple and ham pizza.
The brown sugar mixed with butter, as well as the juice from the pineapple, melts into a lovely toffee sauce that coats the top of the sponge and complements the sharp fruit and soft, fluffy sponge The kids loved making it and the results were fab, even from my youngest baker Iona, who's only six.
Tropical print pineapple garden deck chair, Not On The High Street These playful napkins are great for kids' parties or serving up cocktails with friends.
To help consumers make the most of pineapples in their diets, Chiquita offers a number of flavorful recipes on its website, from Fresh Chiquita Pineapple Salsa to Hawaiian Grilled Ham and Cheese with Chiquita Pineapple.
The bromelain enzyme in pineapple may help reduce mucus, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, US.
Add pineapple cubes, orange juice, apple cider vinegar, and sugar.
Pineapple can grow well in low soil fertility areas, but the best production is obtained with high fertile soils.
6 PINEAPPLE flesh contains no saturated fats or cholesterol but it is a rich source of fibre and vitamin C.
These days, when you can buy pineapples for a pittance at any supermarket, it may be difficult to imagine the elevated status afforded to the pineapple in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Place the pineapple on a hot griddle pan and cook for one to two minutes on each side until nicely charred.
Siliguri (West Bengal), June 21 ( ANI ): Pineapple farmers in West Bengal say they are hopeful about boosting trade ties with neighbouring Bangladesh and Nepal.