To be fair, it's just Black Label.
yeah adding a nice glaze or flambeau does improve the overall pineapple taste experience.
Try that with coconut it just ends up like a pile of burnt wood shavings, and who wants sawdust on their desserts? And who wants to walk around looking like this I'd much rather have pineapple halves ( dried ) they look cooler bro ( < almost like carbon fiber if you didn't know better and how cool is that ). Wear these coco-nuts ones at Skuul and all yore frenz will hate on ya . I don't wanna be called Coco-nuts or the coconutkid or coco for da rest of mye lyfe.
Pineaplle though how kan they rymez anything with that. Pirfect.
Will we also be comparing the juice factors of each one in detail? That's where the most bang-for-buck factor is.
HELP A NOOB
Thinking about all this now i have to say i'm on the fence about which one to choose for my needs. Is there a recommendations thread in here.
My budget is budget, but I am willing to consider trying different C/P products for either of them. ( where did you get yours and do you have the coupon code still?)
Oh plus I will be using their parts on the go as well as at home. I will be using mainly high quality processors and recipes so I can provide the best feed for myself i can.
1 part white rum, 1 part coconut cream, 3 parts pineapple juice.
Mix into crushed ice, and hey presto, a pina colada.
bump it's been 1.3 minutes why doesn't anyone respond.
bump ( anyone?!?!!? )
BUMPAROONIES hey what gives I know I am a noob and all but I thought this place was for advice. It's been 2 minutes now and no responses I guess it was a mistake coming here.@##@@##$
updated my last post now. really need recommendations.
saw the compromise post also. I dunno do they have synergy, I hear some don't if anything in the foodchain is lacking.
sorry there's too many posts in here i didn't fully read the original one, too busy right now . LOL