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Posted by Jeffrey Scott Thomas in Christmas, Christmas, Craft Projects, Dessert, Dinner, Easter, Edible, Floral Arrangememnts, Fourth Of July, Gifts, Halloween, Hanukkah, Holiday, Holiday, Kwanzaa, Lunch, Other, Party, Recipes, Snack, St Patricks Day, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, Valentines Day on December 9, 2010
The pine in this case is pineapple, and laden with colorful fruit kabob branches, it’s one holiday centerpiece almost too good to eat. To assemble one, cut off the top and about 1 inch of the bottom (for stability) of a large pineapple. On 4 to 5 inch bamboo skewers (you’ll need about 50), thread 3 to 5 pieces of assorted fresh fruits — melon chunks, grapes, strawberries, and the like — leaving an inch or so of skewer to stick into the pineapple; if your skewers are too long, you can easily cut them to size with the cutting blades of a pair of pliers. As you finish each skewer, insert it at a slight downward angle into the pineapple, starting at the bottom. Top with a skewered slice of star fruit or a star carved from the extra pineapple. Once the branches are eaten, don’t forget to slice up the tree trunk!