How to Cut a Watermelon
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If you love the taste of fresh watermelon, you'll love these tips and tricks on how to choose a good watermelon, as well as how to cut and slice watermelon. And, while watermelon is at its peak season in the summer months, between May and August, it's available all year-round, which means you can enjoy it anytime!
Be sure to view our How-To video, check out some of our tips, and try your hand at one of our many fresh watermelon recipes. You'll be a watermelon expert in no time!
How to Choose a Watermelon
How to Cut a Watermelon & How to Remove Watermelon Seeds
How to Cut a Watermelon in Cubes
Cutting up a watermelon is faster and easier than you may think! All you have to do is cut it in a grid pattern, almost like you were making a checkerboard on the surface of the fruit. Cubes will tumble out ready to eat!
How to Slice a Watermelon into Wedges
|Now that you know how to choose a good watermelon and how to cut a watermelon, be sure to check out some of the easy watermelon recipes in our free eCookbook, Watermelon: Enjoy It All Year Long - 30 Easy Watermelon Recipes from Mr. Food Free eCookbook|
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