How to Use a Pineapple Slicer and Corer Pineapple Lovers: A Corer Is Well Worth the Price July 5, 2011 Share This link How to Use a Pineapple Slicer and Corer 3 / 11 by Susannah Chen 6 Save 0 Favorite 0 Set the pineapple upright, flesh-exposed top facing up. Previous 3 / 11 Next by Susannah Chen 6 Set the pineapple upright, flesh-exposed top facing up. ‹ Back to Homepage Save 0 Favorite 0 Follow POPSUGAR Food Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners Orlando Bloom Enjoys a Guys Night Out in N.Y.C. Lindsay Ellingson Engaged to Sean Clayton See Erykah Badu's Striking Ads for Givenchy With a Girl on the Way, Kendra Wilkinson's 'Dream Family Has Become a Reality' More News at PEOPLE.com Gift Guide: Travel Memories (Or Make New Ones) Holiday Gift Guide: Rum Latino Recipes For The Holidays: Brigadeiros The Best Mobile Apps For Organizing Coupons (VIDEO) More News at HuffPost Taste The 19 Hottest Wine Bars Across the Country Right Now Chef Carles Tejedor on His Fascination With Oil and His New Barcelona Restaurant Waiting in Line for Food; Sriracha Isn't That Good The 100 Layer Lasagne at Del Posto in NYC More News at Eater popsugar live! NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now Sponsored Links Subscribe to POPSUGAR Subscribe now to get instantly addictive email delivered to your inbox! Daily Sales & Arrivals Celebrity & Entertainment Featured Shops Fitness Fashion & Beauty Living Must Have ShopStyle Search Top BrandsCuisinartHotpointOXOZojirushiWusthofCrate & BarrelJMLContainer Store Top Searcheswine storagepro bowlstorage storekitchenaid mixer attachmentscopper cookwarecountry kitchenpremier mountseverything kitchens SlideshowCooking How ToPineapple CorerPineapple SlicerHow To Core A Pineapple Link Love Folks, never try to trick a cop with an iPhone cookieLAistThe next sriracha shipment date is so very far away — EaterFDA plans to reduce antibiotic use in factory-farmed animals — Grub StreetA publisher asks restaurants for free Christmas dinner in the skeeziest way — DelishOpen a can without a can opener — HuffPost TasteDanny Bowien has moved on to Mexican fusion — ZagatThe origins of eggnog and a recipe to follow — Food52An unaired interview with the late Judy Rodgers — America's Test Kitchen FeedSource: Tumblr user Randy Liedtke 6 Comments Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! atlbartender 2 years actually they say that the core can help with implantation if trying to get pregnant. The pineapple itself and pineapple juice can inhibit implantation but eating 1/5 of the core starting the day after ovulation for 5 days helps. GummiBears 2 years @wackdoodle I love the core me too. Apparently I inherited this trait from my mom since she used to love to eat the core. To me, the core is the best and underrated part of the pineapple. lauren 2 years wackdoodle, I have never heard anyone actually like that part! If I get this corer, you are welcome to all of them! :) wackdoodle 2 years I am a strange person I LOVE to eat the pineapple core. So does everyone in my family. We tussle over it. Same with the cores of cabbages. Weird yes but delicious. fuzzles 2 years *running to find the bacon-wrapped birthday paddle* chiefdishwasher 2 years ...my birthday is going to be here soon....... You Might Also Like Celebrity Hair Nov 06, 2013 Jennifer Aniston Cut Her Hair — and Got Pierced! Celebrity Babies Dec 29, 2007 Is Jennifer Aniston Ringing in NYE With a New Man? consumerism Nov 06, 2013 Don't Tell Anyone: 11 Secret Starbucks Saving Tips Pop Quiz May 27, 2008 Pop Quiz, Hot Shot: Don't Be Shy About Your Shiloh Trivia!