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Rum Soaked Pineapple Pops

Rum Soaked Pineapple Pops

Pineapple season is here! Although it’s still a tad colder here in the US than in the tropics, it’s still completely acceptable to soak your vacation-related produce in booze. My hard liquor consumption is fairly infrequent, but lately booze has worked it’s way into my kitchen. I’m much more of a beer and wine kind of girl, but rum has some beautiful flavors that pair nicely with pineapples.

Although this would make an excellent blended drink, there is something that feels special about eating liquor right off a stick.

Just soak

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Skewer

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and freeze

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Orecchiette Pasta with Pale Ale Parmesan Cream Sauce

Ingredients

  • 2 tbs butter
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 cup pale ale
  • 1 cup cream
  • 1 tbs lemon juice
  • ½ cup parmesan
  • ½ tsp pepper
  • ½ salt
  • pinch cayenne
  • ½ cup English peas
  • 3 cups Orecchiette Pasta
  • 1 cup water

Directions

  1. In a pot over medium high heat, melt the butter. Add the garlic and cook until fragrant, about 30 seconds.
  2. Add the beer, cream and lemon juice; reduce heat to maintain a simmer. About a tablespoon at a time, add the Parmesan, stirring until melted before adding more.
  3. Add the dry pasta, water and peas, simmer, stirring frequently, until pasta is al dente and the sauce has thickened, about 10 minutes. Serve immediately.

Notes

To make this recipe using fresh, not dried, pasta, omit the water.

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Averie @ Averie Cooks March 6, 2013 um 3:40 am

This is my kinda recipe. Pineapple and rum. I just need a plane ticket to the tropics and I’m all set 🙂

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Jackie March 6, 2013 um 10:44 am

I’m with you, I could use a vacation about now! We need to get some rum drinks and celebrate our cookbooks!

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Jen @ Savory Simple March 6, 2013 um 5:39 am

I love boozy fruit! I have such a low tolerance that it’s gotten me in trouble a few times 😀

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Jackie March 6, 2013 um 10:45 am

I have no idea what you are talking about 😉

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chinmayie @ love food eat March 6, 2013 um 6:02 am

Now we are talking… I can’t wait to try this 🙂

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Gerry @ foodness gracious March 6, 2013 um 6:25 am

Way to easy to get drunk…and that’s perfectly okay 🙂

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Jackie March 6, 2013 um 10:46 am

Haha! Is it strange that I came up with 3 boozy recipes the week I started to potty train my daughter?

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Denise March 6, 2013 um 9:36 am

This sounds so incredibly good! Just heard there will be more snow here in Amsterdam, so I definitely need some sunshine in my food. This would be perfect!

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Jackie March 6, 2013 um 10:48 am

I loved Amsterdam! It was so beautiful, and the people were so nice. I bet it’s gorgeous when it snows, although the bicyclists probably aren’t thrilled.

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Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious March 6, 2013 um 11:21 am

Boozy pineapples?! I’m there! I have no-soaked pineapples in the fridge at work. Maybe I can sneak out and get some rum…

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claire @ the realistic nutritionist March 6, 2013 um 2:59 pm

You had me at rum soaked.

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Julie @ Table for Two March 6, 2013 um 5:31 pm

what a great idea to use pineapples as popsicles!! i’d be more inclined to eat them because of the presentation 🙂 i’d dip them in chocolate too, haha oops 😉

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Jackie March 7, 2013 um 10:16 am

I looooove that idea!

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Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love. March 6, 2013 um 8:53 pm

So simple and yet so delicious! Bring on the booze!

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Nicole @ youngbrokeandhungry March 7, 2013 um 12:33 am

If only I was relaxing on a white sand beach while I ate these, my life would be perfect.

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Cassie | Bake Your Day March 7, 2013 um 6:01 am

I think I am adding pineapple to my grocery list right now. These are amazing!

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Kathleen March 7, 2013 um 8:18 am

Oh man these look incredible. I’d probably want to add some lime juice/zest to the simple syrup, or dip them in sweetened coconut before I froze them…

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Jackie March 7, 2013 um 10:17 am

fabulous idea!

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Laura March 11, 2013 um 10:49 am

What a fun twist on the traditional vodka soaked fruit. Love.

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gerri dumas domicolo April 9, 2013 um 7:23 am

Making these today with Coconut Rum 🙂

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emily July 5, 2013 um 7:52 pm

Love this! Just made them today with mango rum! can’t wait to try them tomorrow, they smelled delicious! 🙂

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