Where I live some of the stores will sell a half a melon or a wedge or slice of watermelon. I like berries a lot as they don't usually come in large quantities. Also peaches are a great alternative as are plums. This time of year I love fresh fruit in all shapes and sizes.
I'm stumped on what to do with fresh fruit that is too large for one person, specifically watermelon, honeydew, and cantalope. I love these and want to enjoy them since they are in season, but they are just too big to eat before they go bad. I also don't want to eat watermelon everyday for a week and cantaloupe the next week, etc. I haven't had any luck freezing these.
Of course, these were no problem before, but now I'm looking at portion size - even double portions
Judy Trenton, NJ
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