Tue 4 Aug 2009 10:06 pm
Let us briefly interrupt our coverage of food safety, fancy cookbooks, and Korean tacos for a look at watermelon baby carriages. Why? Because when your friends are having a baby, it feels good to throw them a party. And because this would make a great centerpiece for the party table. And because if you carve your friends a watermelon basket, you will. not. have. to. play. any. dorky baby shower games. Because I said so.
And besides, it’s easy. How easy? So easy that, while I made the salad, my husband simultaneously carved and videotaped this one. Here you go. We first got the idea from the parties my aunt and stepmother used to cater; when we started looking for directions on our own we found this good guide through the National Watermelon Foundation Board.
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