A Pinner said: one of the most useful things I learned in culinary school was how to cut melon. I started cutting my watermelon this way and no longer dread it! plus how to pick the perfect watermelon!
8 Cooking Tips From Julia Child For People Who Aren't Lazy Home Chefs
Want to really creep out your guests at your Halloween party? This alien baby in a watermelon womb will do just that! Made from apples, a watermelon and jello, this comes together in a matter of minutes, promise! Video and step by step DIY here: http://www.ehow.com/how_12343545_halloween-food-alien-baby-watermelon-womb.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
From Apples to Zucchini: Your Seasonal Produce Guide
The next best thing to going your own food is to buy at your local Farmers Markets. It not only helps you but those wonderful people out their making a living doing this for you! I love going to the FM it's lots of fun! Your Seasonal Farmers Market Guide
Save your Fruits and Veggies with the Paper Towel Trick. I learned about wrapping zucchini individually in paper towels, putting a towel in a bag, etc from my Mom. Buy the cheapy towels for veggies and so you don't use up the good ones.