Mixed Watermelon Salad

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by Chris on May 27, 2010


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I don’t know about you, but summer fruits do something to me.  It’s a little odd, really. When I get a hold of my favs, like cherries, strawberries, and blackberries, I almost become scavenger-like.  I can’t get enough of the fruit.  I don’t hang on to the fruit, however.  Sure, I gather.  But, half the time, I end up chowing down in the car before even getting time. That’s are of the reason why there aren’t more fruit based dishes on Mele Cotte.  I don’t keep anything around long enough to make anything! I wonder where I get this behavior from…hmmmm? Mom??? hee hee….

One dish I am excited that I had around long enough to (at least) snap a few pics is this mixed watermelon salad.

I was in the grocery store the other day and stopped dead in my tracks when I saw a yellow watermelon.  A first for me! I have never seen yellow watermelon before that moment.  How cool! Of course it went in my basket without a moment of hesitation. I also grabbed red watermelon, as I knew exactly how I wanted to eat the pairing.  Simply. And that’s just what I did.

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Mixed Watermelon Salad

Equal amount of red and yellow seedless watermelon, cut in bite-sized chunks
2-3 Tbsp. orange blossom honey
1-2 Tbsp fresh mint leaf chiffonade

Toss all the ingredients together and serve.

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Maria May 27, 2010 at 1:25 PM

My favorite thing about summer-watermelon! I could eat it for every meal. Love this salad!

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Sharona May May 28, 2010 at 1:17 PM

Looks very good. The photo is so clear. What did you change?

Sharona May

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Chris May 28, 2010 at 1:39 PM

Thanks Maria!

Thanks Sharon. First, we must get together! As far as the photo? I think the new white space on the design redo has helped. And, I am playing/learning my camera – finally. Tami (http://www.runningwithtweezers.com/) has helped me a lot, personally and with her workshop. http://mcalterego.blogspot.com/2010/03/foodstyling-101.html Tony Clark (http://tcphoto.org/) gave me simple yet sage advise at that time. ;)

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Rosa May 28, 2010 at 6:22 PM

Very refreshing and delicious!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Louise May 29, 2010 at 5:11 PM

Watermelon “speaks” to me in the summer months especially in July when it’s National Watermelon Month!!! I’ve heard of yellow watermelon. Have you ever heard of square watermelon??? Your watermelon looks remarkable!!! and so refreshing. I need some now!!!

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