Bacon wrapped pineapple poppers
I like using red Fresno chilies that have a little less heat than jalapenos, a little sweeter and added color.
Cut a slit on one side of the pepper starting just before the tip and ending right at the top just below the stem.
Then gently squeeze the ends of the pepper,
causing the slit to open slightly. Using a small dull knife or spoon, scrape out the seeds and veins from the inside of the peppers
This technique is a little more time consuming than just cutting the top off, but you don't have to worry about using tooth pics or cheese leaking out all over your grill
At this point brush the poppers with my Bourbon Pineapple BBQ sauce, or your favorite BBQ sauce,
and let them go another 10-15 minutes to caramelize the sauce.
If you have kids or people that don't like spicy,
use baby sweet peppers. The result is still amazing,
but without the heat