So, I recently got a hold of a small Jackfruit (well I say "Small", but its 20 pounds, Bwahahhaha), something I've wanted to try for awhile now, and now that I have it, I've been trying to think of WHAT to do with it BWAHAHAHHAAH. After splitting it up with those that chipped it (was $30 and change, so 4 of us pitched in) putting a little back for smoothies and other things, I still have about 2-3 Pounds of it to play with. Its a little overripe to eat Raw, so I've been looking up recipes to use it in. Unfortunately, the majority of the stuff I've been able to find are BBQ, tacos or "fish" cakes, not really up my alley. Then I thought of something; Its got a pretty decent Pineapplely-Mangoy flavor going on, why not try grilling/roasting it like a Pineapple? It could even help moisten up the overly dry fruit a bit. But I am not really sure WHERE to start with this. I could just grill it up like a Pineapple, but Jackfruit is a lot more fibrous and tougher than Pineapple; its almost like Meat or flesh (no wonder its being looked at as a Meat substitute). Does anyone have any recommendations on how to do this? What kind of seasoning or sauces might work well? Thanks again for all the Help!