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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Watermelon | How to Cut a Watermelon | Tutorial | Summer

I used to do a lot of watermelon skewers when I was a caterer.  Watermelon and cherry tomatoes drizzled with balsamic skewers, watermelon, strawberry & blue berry skewers, etc.  All of these variations had one thing in common, how do I cut this giant watermelon into perfect cubes without making a mess... in someone else's fancy kitchen?

 





Here is the easy to pin strip!

3 comments:

  1. francine7:17 AM

    that is so helpful, thank you! :)

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  2. I find that "cubing" the watermelon is the easiest way to serve watermelon to my children. I keep it in a big plastic container with a lid, in the refrigerator, and they just help themselves. Also helps conserve space--those big guys take up a lot of room in the fridge.

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  3. This is the BEST! There have been many times when I've passed on buying a watermelon because I hate cutting it, but this is SO easy that it makes me want to buy it all the time! Life changing! lol. Thanks for posting!

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