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Synonyms for pineapple

a tropical American plant bearing a large fleshy edible fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves

large sweet fleshy tropical fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves

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1 IT TAKES almost three years for a pineapple to reach maturity.
is week, we're away to the tropics again, revisiting one of my favourite fruits, the pineapple.
A method for successfully cultivating pineapples in Britain was first developed in the 18th century.
Bidhannagar pineapples are in great demand across the country, including in neighbouring countries like Nepal and Bhutan.
Last year, a report in The Guardian claimed cheap pineapples on supermarket shelves came at a price of "environmental degradation" and "worker exploitation" on plantations in Costa Rica.
Fresh pineapples make a good value, quick dessert, but you will need a sharp knife to peel them.
BACHELOR Mark Doncaster has amazed Britain's gardening experts by growing a pineapple - in his bedroom.
Despite fierce global competition, producers of pineapples at lush, scenic fields of the Hawaiian Islands have persevered.
Hawaiian ingredients - ahi, mahi-mahi, ono (wahoo, a type of firm white fish), onaga (orange snapper), uku (gray snapper), some Hawaiian spices, macadamia nuts, pineapples, mangoes and ogo (a type of seaweed) - are also featured.
Fresh Del Monte Gold pineapples, selected for their sweetness and colour, have been sourced to provide caramelised, diced ingredients for a new dairy product.
Cook for two minutes more, turning pineapples until they are coated in caramel sauce.
At the January market, The Rug Market introduces Tropical Pineapple, a jute rug hand-stenciled with a lattice pattern of pineapples and leaves.
Memories of these pineapple fritters came flooding back when two pineapples were delivered by accident to the restaurant in Notting Hill, where I am now.