Saturday, October 23, 2010
1 small seedless watermelon
Use a vegetable peeler to remove the entire green rind, exposing the inner white rind.
Slice off the bottom of the melon to create a flat base that will keep it from rolling. With a toothpick, outline squiggly furrows that resemble the folded surface of a brain.
Finally, carve narrow channels along the tracings with a sharp paring knife (a parent's job) to expose the pink fruit beneath the rind.
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