Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
What can you do with leftover watermelon rinds? Turn them into pickles! These fermented watermelon rind pickles are tangy, crisp, and delicious alongside a sandwich or chopped up in a salad.
A Southern classic, these sweet pickles are refreshing with meats or alongside cheeses. Don't throw those rinds away!
This quick and easy watermelon jelly is a taste of summer in a jar!
Who’d have thought you could pickle and eat watermelon rind?
No need to say good-bye to the flavors of summer when you have Watermelon Jam on hand.
Dehydrated watermelon with a dash of adult sophistication. Agua fresca in a dehydrated chip! A lovely little summer snack to use up the bounty of mounding melons in your garden!
It's kind of a southern thang. First off, I do not have much of a sweet tooth. I am more of a meat and potatoes guy myself, but I remember my grandmother making these in the summer and they were too sweet for my liking. So give them a try!
Watermelon soda: easy-to-make, refreshing natural soda (works with other fruit, too!)
Dried watermelon slices: plain, they taste like candy -- salted, they taste crazy good.
Tart nectarines, sweet watermelon, spicy mint. Summer!
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