The other day I posted about juicy heirloom tomatoes, and nothing has changed with them, but the season is not that long for 'em, unfortunately, so eat them up. But then I cut open a sugar baby watermelon we bought coming back from the beach on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. While at the roadside stall I glanced toward the wooden bin that housed a hundred of them or so and decided to saunter over; the other veggies I selected were placed on the table by the register. When I inquired about the taste and ripeness, the young lady behind the counter said they were delicious. I bought two (how's that for some slick marketing!)
When I cut one of them open the other day, juice was spilling out all over the place. I kind of frantically grabbed a glass and started to pour the watermelon juice into the glass with each cut and slice I made. After the whole melon was cut into small and manageable pieces to eat, I had a full glass of the juice and melon remnants. It was outstanding! And refreshing! And another taste of summer! Try it...you may like it!