this is a great New Orleans treat, created for breakfast, at Brennan's restaurant in the early 1950s. The original recipe is here transformed slightly by the inclusion of fresh pineapple, an attractive tropical touch. It's a great brunch dessert and you can make it at the stove, thus skipping the showy and risky tableside flaming that waiters working for tips must engage in.Source unknown
in a large skillet over low heat, melt together the butter, sugar, crème de banane, and cinnamon.
Add the pineapple and simmer, stirring occasionally, for two minutes. Add the bananas, rum, and lemon juice and simmer, stirring gently for three minutes. Place one or two scoops of ice cream on each of four dessert plates or shallow bowls. Spoon the fruit and sauce over and around the ice cream, using it all. Serve at once. Serves four