Watermelon with Mint – Whole30/Paleo

A great dish to take to any and all of your summertime parties!

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I shared how to Deconstruct a Watermelon the other day and now I’m going to share with you what to do with those leftovers! Well, hopefully, you’ll have some leftover … you might need to start walking around with a flyswatter like my grandmother did ūüėȬ† In the event that you all ate the watermelon, just buy another one and cut it up again, they are inexpensive and so in season right now!

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This is great to take to a grown up party … it’s a little more elegant than just a bowl of watermelon cubes, you know?

Oh. And it’s E A S Y.

Of course it is!

All you need is some cut up watermelon

fresh mint

half a lemon

Himalayan (Pink) salt

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Grab yourself a nice little tray and toss your watermelon on the tray. Spread out to a somewhat even layer.

Squeeze the lemon juice over the melon.

Lightly salt the melon.

Chop up your mint and sprinkle that over the watermelon.

Stick a few toothpicks in a few pieces and call it a day!

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Enjoy!

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#Watermelon  #Summertime   #Entertaining

Looking forward to sharing with some of these¬†GREAT Parties¬†… go check them out!

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Deconstruct a Watermelon

The fastest way to cut up a watermelon in to perfect cubes!

Are you all in high gear for summer?¬† It’s been crazy hot everywhere! Mark is up on NW Indiana and the heat index was around 106 degrees! Holy Cow, that’s hot for that area!

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I’ve been buying watermelon fairly often lately as it’s a great thing to keep Mark hydrated on those treatment weeks. Sadly, he doesn’t tolerate cold foods really well for about 5 days so I need to time it just right. But come the weekend, he’s all over it!

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