Around here you can find watermelons for as low as $2.98 during the summer which makes them a perfect summer dessert. I’ve found that if I carve it and serve it in small pieces we eat way more of it than if I just carve up a little at a time and as it’s good for you I often carve the whole thing.
Years ago I watched a colleague create a masterpiece out of carving watermelon and it was so quick that from then on it became my “party trick” too and now it can be yours. Complete with carving pictures here’s how to make fruit salad out of a watermelon. It takes about 15 minutes.
2) Then cut off the sides and place on a tray for later.
3) Next cut into the main part of the watermelon and hollow out the inside. I cut around it and then use a big spoon to spoon some out. You could also use a melon baller. Put the pieces on one side.
5) Scoop out the rest of the watermelon leaving any juices in. The juice will help it not dry out so leave it in.
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