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What the Queen Fruit Brings to the Table
Tropical, bright and refreshing, pineapples are perfect to enjoy on an afternoon picnic or day at the beach. However, these prickly fruits are far more versatile than a summer day snack. As the official symbol of hospitality, pineapples have rich associations with social status, friendship and a welcoming spirit. From breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and décor, pineapples are a stunning addition to the food industry.
Happy Easter from Chestnut Hill Farms
Spring is in the air and we are buzzing with excitement for a certain bright and sunny holiday- Easter! You may associate Easter with egg hunts and chocolate bunnies, but at Chestnut Hill Farms we love to bring our favorite prickly fruit to the party! Versatile and sweet, pineapple pairs wonderfully with many classic Easter recipes and brings a fresh twist to the table.
You’ve seen beautifully uniform pineapple rings at the grocery store, fancy brunches or summer cookouts. Did you know how easy they are to achieve? Gone are the days of paying $5-6 for a container of pre-sliced pineapple. Grab a fresh pineapple and a pineapple corer and get ready for some magic.
Game-time Snack Recipes that Will Have You Cheering for More
March Madness is a time of year when basketball fans fill out their brackets and get ready to cheer on the top teams in the country to see who will out-swoop the rest. As the competition gets higher, get your themed snacks ready for the final four parties of your basketball dreams. Adding sweet, healthy pineapple is a great way to incorporate a springtime treat your guests will cheer about.
The Perfect Pineapple Punch for an Epic St. Patrick’s Day Party
Looking for a delicious way to liven up your St. Patty’s Day party? The Perfect Pineapple is the a great addition to sweeten up your day with a light punch that won’t knock you under the table. Enjoy a fruity balance of ginger, pineapple and champagne to celebrate the jolly leprechauns in all their green glory. Your guests will be impressed, and fresh, sustainably grown pineapple will add a bonus of surprising health benefits. This concoction is also perfect for any day of the year – simply swap out the sherbet for another favorite flavor and voila! Every day’s a party!
Impress Your Sweetie with Tasty Valentine’s Ideas
Decadent pineapple meets a sweet reduced Riesling syrup to compliment the perfect romantic dessert just in time for Valentine’s Day. Indulge in homemade rosemary whipped cream, or learn a quick version to make your own variation for a creamy topping that will perfectly impress those who dare to try a bite of this special dessert.
Superbowl Recipes to Kickoff the Perfect Party
On Sunday, February 3rd, football fans will watch as the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots face-off in the brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia for the 2019 Super Bowl.
Reap Health Benefits with Fresh Pineapple and Fresh Pineapple Juice
When a recipe calls for pineapple, don’t start looking in the canned food aisle! There is a significant difference in the nutrition value of canned vs fresh pineapple, which we are going to highlight below.
According to NutritionData.com, canned pineapple in juice has only about 60 percent as much vitamin C as fresh, raw pineapple. Canning pineapple also destroys a key anti-inflammatory enzyme called bromelain – which is one of the best benefits of consuming the sweet fruit. According to Medical News Today, bromelain can relieve sinus problems, reduce inflammation and improving digestion, making it a powerhouse for flighting off colds and flus.
Make Your Own Delicious, Satisfying Pineapple Fluff!
With Gluten-free & Vegan Options!
Pineapple was an indulgence from the colonial period for decades, as consumers had to wait for the sweet fruit to arrive from ships coming from the Caribbean. As an expensive exotic fruit, the American elite and hospitality-friendly would rent pineapples for parties, adding them to tables for decor. Now accessible and affordable for households across the world, pineapple has become a healthy staple fruit that is found year-round from our farms in Costa Rica.