Guyanese Pine (Pineapple) Drink

What I love about my culture is that we definitely don’t like to waste anything! After peeling and trimming your pineapple, plant the crown to add a nice tropical plant to your decor. What to do with the skin? Boil it with water, along with cloves and cinnamon then let it sit overnight. Strain and sweeten to taste! Don’t forget to eat your pineapple of course lol!

This post is posted on Tuesday 13 August 2013.
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