Grampa Tom and I love watermelon, but let’s face it, unless you get one that’s really tiny, it’s hard for a two person household to devour one before it gets bad. We’ve had one in the fridge that I’ve been avoiding cutting into for just that reason, but today was a rainy day. Since I can’t do much outside, I thought we’d enjoy some watermelon and make the rest into watermelon cubes to give the kids for treats this winter when the only watermelons available are those tasteless, mushy things from Mexico.
I like nice big juicy seeded watermelons. You could choose an unseeded one, but seeded watermelons are so much sweeter and I think you’d probably want to remove the white seeds anyway because they probably wouldn’t puree very well.