Chipotle Honey Roasted Peanut Butter and Peach Grilled Sandwich
Time to break out the hula skirts, grab a lay and most definitely a fruity drink, one preferably with those cute little umbrellas and a slice of pineapple sitting on the rim.
Oh yes, today we are doing Hawaiian, and if we are doing Hawaiian we might as well just go all out!
Cause really, it’s Wednesday and Wednesday needs some cheering up, some fun – some pineapple, some avocado and definitely some cheese. Fun makes a Wednesday better, way better, trust me.A few summers ago I went with my family back to Cleveland for a month to visit family and since we had nowhere to stay we stayed at a Residence Inn. Yes, a Residence Inn.
Specifically the Residence Inn in Westlake, Ohio. Right near Crocker Park, which meant lots of shopping. Which I was obviously very happy about.
Not my whole family was with us so it actually was not all that bad. Plus, it was one of those nice Residence Inns with a kitchen, two bedrooms, two baths and an outside pool, which in Cleveland in the summer is an awesome thing to have. It’s hot, humid and sticky. Nothing like Colorado where it can still be hot, but it’s never humid or sticky.
So this Residence Inn?
It was kind of an odd place, but in a good way.
Every morning we got free breakfast and it was not just cereal. No, it was way more. Eggs, bacon, WAFFLES, yogurt, fruit, the whole deal. Everyday.
It was nice. No cooking, no mess and a weekend breakfast everyday.
Yeah, really nice.
Then every Wednesday night they would do a themed dinner.
Yes, themed and yes, this was also FREE! They even had free beer and wine. I remember my dad taking a few beers back to our room.
I know, pretty good deal right? I kind of want to go back. No, wait I do. I totally do.
The dinner themes were good too. Italian one week, Asian the next. My very favorite though was the Hawaiian BBQ. They totally decorated the the pool area, complete with Hawaiian leis for the guests. They went all out, syrupy drinks for kids and all. I think they did some kind of Teriayaki chicken, but all I cared about was the grilled pineapple! Oh my gosh it was so good. Before then, I used to say I was not a pineapple fan. Well, right then an there I became a HUGE pineapple fan.
Really though, I just like the idea of Hawaiian BBQ.
For one, it is fun and I get to pretend I am in Hawaii sipping drinks with cute little umbrellas in them. Ah, yeah I am kind of obsessed with those umbrellas. I have been since I was 7 and HAD to have them for my birthday party. LIke had to, my mom actually order a whole box online.
It was awesome and I would KILL for that little box right now.
Two, I love the sweet and spicy combo. It never fails.
Okay, can we talk about this guacamole?!
It’s amazing and seriously tastes like it just came out of some tropical paradise. Pineapple and mangos make for some ridiculously awesome guacamole. Do the guacamole, it is the perfect dipper for these.
Oh and the Hawaiian BBQ sauce you see dripping down in these photos?
Yeah, that stuff’s pretty dang good too.
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Take that Wednesday!
The link to your BBQ sauce recipe is messed up. It goes to Dad’s Friday Night Pasta recipe.
Here you go:
Really good!!! Every one loved it; will definitely make again!!!
Thanks so much for giving this recipe a try, I am delighted that it was enjoyed! Have a fantastic week! xTieghan
I love this recipe! So delicious! I’m featuring this recipe on my blog today.
Thank you so much!!
Made this tonight for dinner with my boyfriend and we both LOVED it. He said it was one of the best meals he’s had in a long time! Even improvised because we only had a pan, no grill, still awesome. Also used your homemade BBQ sauce. So great! Thanks for the recipe Tieghan!
YESS!! So happy you guys loved these and made the BBQ sauce too! That is awesome! Thank you!
My kids told me I should be a chef after I made this, I told them I’m just good at following your directions! Such a big hit! They asked for it again the next day 🙂
Happy Friday!! So glad to hear that you enjoyed this recipe, thanks for making it and sharing your comment! xx
Stuck in the bitter cold Midwest so I didn’t use my outdoor grill but made these for Super Bowl and they were fantastic! Several of my favorite flavors combined and the guacamole was so fresh. I’m not a big onion person so I loved that the guac wasn’t packed with them. I have several of your recipes pinned; this was the first one I’ve tried. I will definitely be trying more! Thanks!
YAY! SO happy you loved these! The guac is one of my very favorites!
Thanks so much, Angela!
When pineapples come back in season – I’m definitely making these!
Thanks Sarah! Hope you love it!
I’ve just had this for dinner and it is absolutely delicious, although my supermarket didnt stock the pickled halapenos so my husband added a bit of hot sauce to his. We loved the salsa so I would definitely make a double batch of that next time. I’ve had cilantro in other dishes and didnt think I was keen but it’s delicious in this dish.
YAY!! So happy you guys liked these! Thanks for the comment and for making them!
So delicious!!! The guacamole alone is fantastic! I ended up needing 8 tortillas though, it says 4 at the top but to cover each filled one I needed more. Either way they were fantastic!
Thank you!! Sorry about the tortillas, that is a typo. You definitely need 8 tortillas to make them whole! Opps!!
So glad you liked these!
Wow! These are a knockout!! The photos are literally dripping with flavor – beautiful post. I will be making these!
Wow! Thank you, Dan!! Hope you love these!
I found this on Pinterest and made them tonight, only leaving out the mango due to personal preference. It was amazing and I wouldn’t change a thing. Thanks for the fantastic recipe.
YAY!! This makes me so happy!! So glad you love these. Thanks for letting me know and trying these!