So, you may be thinking about becoming a barbecue judge ... or perhaps you just want to know what it is that the judges are looking for (and tasting) when judging great barbecue. Who are the table captains? And what do they do? Who officiates the contests? Overcooked? Under cooked? Too Salty? Too flat tasting? Mushy? Tough? and many more.
Little known facts about the Aloha Fruit ... 1. Did you know that the pineapple does not ripen further once it is picked. 2. Bet you didn't also know that the shell color is not necessarily an indication of ripeness. Depending on the time of the year, fresh pineapple color may vary from green to gold.
So says the Maui Land & Pineapple Company ... and they should know!
Mix the following in a plastic or glass bowl:
1 cup of fresh pineapple juice
1/2 cup of turbinado sugar
Can substitue brown sugar
1 Tbs white vinegar
1 Tbs soy sauce
1 tsp salt
Use the marinade for tangy ribs or Hawaiian chicken. Simply marinate for 2 to 4 hours and grill over direct heat.
Turbinado Sugar is also known as "Sugar in the Raw". It is made from the initial pressing of raw sugar cane. The natural molasses, when so refined, remains in the sugar crystals which results in a blond color.
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