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Pineapple and traditional jerk flavorings come together to marinate juicy, seared pork chops that will have you yearning for the Caribbean even if you've never been.

Source: Everyday Food, March 2011
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To slice a pineapple, first cut off the leafy top and the base. Stand the fruit on one end and slice the thick skin off in strips, from top to bottom. Cut into rounds, or quarter the pineapple and cut out the core. The flesh can be chopped or cut into strips or chunks.

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  • Amy2160
    23 MAY, 2011
    I did not like this at all. I followed the recipe and used a fresh pineapple, which was a new, fun thing. And I am not afraid of cutting one up anymore. But the flavor of the dish was not to my liking. And it was a lot of prep work, with lots of dirty dishes. Will not be making again.
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