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Made this twice now. Oddly enough the pineapple that looked the most burnt tasted the best! The first time I actually dropped the cloves for more cinnamon and used dark rum but only because I didn't have any cloves and the first bottle of rum I found was Meyer's.:) It was requested of me again so second round same rum doubled EVERYTHING because I was using a plastic container and I wanted to have plenty to let it sit in. I even poured what didn't soak into the pineapple onto it while it was on the grill. Oh Man! Next time I will double again except for the cloves...they were too strong. Still awesome though!
This was excellent. All I had in the pantry was Myers Original Dark rum so I used that and boy howdy was this ever good. The rum was not to strong after cooking and it had a nice carmelized glaze to it. I served this with grilled pork chops and strawberry spinach salad from this site and it was a hit. I will make this again and again.
gooo-oood! i didn't marinate it just fried the spices up in a saucepan with canned cubed pineapple (omitting the rum and just using a little juice from the can) and served it over a spinach salad. yummy. i will definitely make it again!