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This tutorial will teach you how to cut a watermelon into sticks. Cutting it this way makes it easy for little ones to manage and great for potlucks. It’s a little embarrassing to admit that I’ve never cut a watermelon the traditional way. I had somewhat of a watermelon aversion until a couple months ago. Growing up I always remembered it being warm and mushy and haven’t really loved it ever since. I recently gave it another go and turns out nothing beats crisp, cold watermelon on a hot summer day. I recently bought a watermelon and remembered seeing something about cutting it into sticks on my friend Kaela’s blog, Cookin’ and Kickin’. I’ve always left the watermelon cutting to my husband. Part of me is terrified my knife will slip and I’ll cut my hand off. I didn’t actually read Kaela’s post until after I cut the watermelon so I did it a little differently.
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Une autre façon de couper la pastèque ! Il suffit de savoir lire les images

Une autre façon de couper de la pastèque !
Another way to cut the watermelon!

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Gracieuseté de  condesign Deutsch  de Pixabay This tutorial will teach you how to cut a watermelon into sticks. Cutting it this way makes it easy for little ones to manage and great for potlucks. It’s a little embarrassing to admit that I’ve never cut a watermelon the traditional way. I had somewhat of a watermelon aversion until a couple months ago. Growing up I always remembered it being warm and mushy and haven’t really loved it ever since. I recently gave it another go and turns out nothing beats crisp, cold watermelon on a hot summer day. I recently bought a watermelon and remembered seeing something about cutting it into sticks on my friend Kaela’s blog, Cookin’ and Kickin’. I’ve always left the watermelon cutting to my husband. Part of me is terrified my knife will slip and I’ll cut my hand off. I didn’t actually read Kaela’s post until after I cut the watermelon so I did it a little differently. Read more at
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This tutorial will teach you how to cut a watermelon into sticks. Cutting it this way makes it easy for little ones to manage and great for potlucks. It’s a little embarrassing to admit that I’ve never cut a watermelon the traditional way. I had somewhat of a watermelon aversion until a couple months ago. Growing up I always remembered it being warm and mushy and haven’t really loved it ever since. I recently gave it another go and turns out nothing beats crisp, cold watermelon on a hot summer day. I recently bought a watermelon and remembered seeing something about cutting it into sticks on my friend Kaela’s blog, Cookin’ and Kickin’. I’ve always left the watermelon cutting to my husband. Part of me is terrified my knife will slip and I’ll cut my hand off. I didn’t actually read Kaela’s post until after I cut the watermelon so I did it a little differently.
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