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Craving a tropical fruit? Today's also National Pineapple Day! 🍍🍍🍍 Did you know it takes 2 years for a pineapple to produce a single fruit? They don't continue to ripen after picking, so the sooner you eat it after harvesting the better. Some say it helps to rub salt on the outside after peeling, then let it sit for a day before slicing to bring out more flavor even more! #🍍

June 27th is:
📌National (& International) Pineapple Day
"Happy Birthday to You" Day
Decide to Be Married Day
Helen Keller Day
Industrial Workers of the World Day
International Ragweed Day
National HIV Testing Day
National Indian Pudding Day
National Orange Blossom Day
National Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Day
National Sunglasses Day
✔️Nothing says summertime like pineapples! Happy Pineapple Day! 😎🍍
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🍍Facts:
• Pineapples are sometimes called the King of Fruits due in part to their crown of leaves.
• Eaten regularly, they are great for your immune system, eye health, and bone strength. 💪
• Pineapples are actually a group of berries that have fused together.
📸:@katgaskin

Con antojos de esta delicia tropical? Celebremos el #PineappleDay como se debe con esta tradicional Torta de Piña, me acompañan?

No se la querrán perder, aquí les recuerdo cómo prepararla🔥

Ingredientes:
500 gr. de Harina de Trigo
4 Claras batidas a punto de nieve
4 Yemas
250 gr. de Azúcar
250 gr.de Mantequilla
1 cdta. Esencia de vainilla
2 cdtas de Polvo de hornear
250 ml. de Leche o Jugo de Piña

Para el Caramelo
½ taza de Mantequilla
1 taza de Azúcar Morena (usen Azúcar Blanca o Papelón si no tienen)
Rodajas Piña o Ananá en Almíbar
Preparación:
-Precalienta el horno a 170 ºC.
-En el mismo molde donde se va a hornear la torta, derrite la Mantequilla.
-Agrega el azúcar moreno uniformemente y luego, coloca las rodajas de Piña. Puedes agregarle Cerezas el centro de cada rodaja. Reserva.
-Para la torta, une los ingredientes secos en un bowl, Harina y Polvo para hornear y tamízalos.
-En un bowl aparte añade el Azúcar, la Mantequilla y las Yemas hasta que quede cremoso e incorporar poco a poco la mezcla de Harina con el Polvo de hornear.
-Incorpora la Leche y la Vainilla.
-Por último, incorpora las Claras previamente batidas a punto nieve y mezcla en forma envolvente para evitar que se baje la mezcla.
-Vierte la mezcla en el molde previamente acaramelado y con las rodajas de Piña. Vierte de a poco para evitar que las rodajas de Piña Se muevan.
-Lleva al horno precalentado a 170 ºC por 60 minutos aproximadamente o hasta que al introducir un palillo, salga limpio.
-Retira y deja enfriar por unos minutos antes de desmoldar.

Usando #SoyCocinero podré ver cómo la disfrutaron, estaré esperando por sus creaciones💪

Summers are here
Lets enjoy the KING OF FRUITS in every form #keepcalmeataam
#kingoffruits #mangoes

Durian which actually mean spike, native to southeast asia has called as king of fruits. This fruit is large, has strong odour and has thorn covered husk. One time when i was in college, one of my dutch friend said it smells like dirty socks. Hmmm. Is it really that smelly? I never really notice because i am Indonesian! I get used to its odour!! Hehe. But i must say even though i am indonesian, i don't really like durian. Please jangan salahkan bunda mengandung 😄 #durian #fruit #kingoffruits #southeastasia

#myfavourite #fruit 💛💛💛 Only wish this #kingoffruits wasn't seasonal!!! Who else loves #mangoes #alphanso

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Con antojos de esta delicia tropical? Celebremos el #PineappleDay como se debe con esta tradicional Torta de Piña, me acompañan?

No se la querrán perder, aquí les recuerdo cómo prepararla🔥

Ingredientes:
500 gr. de Harina de Trigo
4 Claras batidas a punto de nieve
4 Yemas
250 gr. de Azúcar
250 gr.de Mantequilla
1 cdta. Esencia de vainilla
2 cdtas de Polvo de hornear
250 ml. de Leche o Jugo de Piña

Para el Caramelo
½ taza de Mantequilla
1 taza de Azúcar Morena (usen Azúcar Blanca o Papelón si no tienen)
Rodajas Piña o Ananá en Almíbar
Preparación:
-Precalienta el horno a 170 ºC.
-En el mismo molde donde se va a hornear la torta, derrite la Mantequilla.
-Agrega el azúcar moreno uniformemente y luego, coloca las rodajas de Piña. Puedes agregarle Cerezas el centro de cada rodaja. Reserva.
-Para la torta, une los ingredientes secos en un bowl, Harina y Polvo para hornear y tamízalos.
-En un bowl aparte añade el Azúcar, la Mantequilla y las Yemas hasta que quede cremoso e incorporar poco a poco la mezcla de Harina con el Polvo de hornear.
-Incorpora la Leche y la Vainilla.
-Por último, incorpora las Claras previamente batidas a punto nieve y mezcla en forma envolvente para evitar que se baje la mezcla.
-Vierte la mezcla en el molde previamente acaramelado y con las rodajas de Piña. Vierte de a poco para evitar que las rodajas de Piña Se muevan.
-Lleva al horno precalentado a 170 ºC por 60 minutos aproximadamente o hasta que al introducir un palillo, salga limpio.
-Retira y deja enfriar por unos minutos antes de desmoldar.

Usando #SoyCocinero podré ver cómo la disfrutaron, estaré esperando por sus creaciones💪

Celebrating the goodness of an iconic fruit! So sweet & tangy, and THE definition of the word "tropical". Don't you agree? 🤗🌴🍍
Yes yes yes, it's #NationalPineappleDay!! 💗☺️ #kingoffruits #pineapple #healthyfood #smoothie #pineapplelover #tropicalfeeling #aloha #takemebacktohawaii

Craving a tropical fruit? Today's also National Pineapple Day! 🍍🍍🍍 Did you know it takes 2 years for a pineapple to produce a single fruit? They don't continue to ripen after picking, so the sooner you eat it after harvesting the better. Some say it helps to rub salt on the outside after peeling, then let it sit for a day before slicing to bring out more flavor even more! #🍍

Я почистила целый гранат! Открыто новое достижение в жизни! 😄🎉#vsco #vscorussia #instagood #garnet #tasty #yum #fruit #instafood #инстаграмеды #гранат #kingoffruits #food #summer #delicious #foodpic

Yeh Aam ka 'Seejan' hai!🤣✌️😋❤️ #kingoffruits #mango #love

Durians piled up on the back of a pick-up truck in Chiang Mai, north Thailand. In parts of south-east Asia the durian fruit is held in such high esteem that locals may refer to it as the ‘king of fruits’. There are many different types of durian, with popular Thai varieties including 'mong thong' (golden pillow), 'gan yao' (long stem) and 'chanee' (gibbon). They all have their own unique taste and qualities but, typically, the fruit is the size of a small football (soccer ball), green or green-brown in colour with small spikes on the outer skin. The part of the durian which is eaten is the cream/yellow-coloured flesh on the inside. Cutting open the durian also releases the smell which is synonymous with this particular fruit. The durian does possess a certain reputation and in Thailand (and many other parts of south-east Asia) you may notice signs at hotels and on public transport saying 'no durian’ because of their pungent odour. If you find you can’t stomach the smell of fresh durian, you can always opt for the next best thing and try a durian shake or durian ice cream which will give you a sample of the flavour but with none of the smell. The various durian producing regions have different peak times for harvest, but the main season for durian in Thailand is from mid-April to mid-September. Outside of the main season it is still possible to find durian in some Bangkok markets although the price of the fruit is usually higher.

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