How to cut a watermelon
It’s summertime and watermelons aren’t gonna cut themselves. Luckily, I’ve found the best way to cut a watermelon. So, let’s get started.
Lay that roll-y devil on it’s side and slice both ends off with a large knife. This could be dangerous. No one died cutting a watermelon, though, so you’ll be fine.
Sit that bad boy up on one of the cut off ends. A super sturdy watermelon, just waiting to reconnect with the knife.
Start by slicing down the side. I tried to take a picture and slice at the same time. I almost lost a finger. I like my fingers.
Your knife should become one with the watermelon. I’ve never felt safer cutting a watermelon.
It’s looking pretty good, but not good enough. Continue on, friends.
Carefully slice off the white pieces. No one likes bitter watermelon.
Now comes the fun part. Slice right down the center of the watermelon.
This is when the messy part starts. After it’s completely in half, cut a section as big as you want to work with.
Then slice into squares. Continue with remainder of watermelon.
I never said this wasn’t messy. I just said it was the best way. It’s fine. It’s just a few paper towels.
How’s that for a nice big bowl of juicy watermelon. You’re welcome. (;