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Video footage of an incredible bit of fruit carving artistry out of China – a watermelon that’s been cut in such a way that it opens up to form a hanging lantern, while links in its rind support its own weight.
Do you like watermelon, but can’t be bothered with all the messy seeds and juice running down your chin? Cooking with May Lynn shares a recipe for making a loaf of bread that looks just like a watermelon… if watermelons were rectangular.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to pull off Mark Rober’s silly party trick, in which he shows us how to remove the outer skin of a watermelon without damaging the insides. On second thought, it does take a rocket scientist.