Welcome to the new home for the What About Watermelon? blog. The Slice serves up the latest dish on watermelon happenings from events to contests to news coverage. Over the next few weeks we will be transitioning content over to this new modernized blog. Don't worry! The Watermelon Guy will still be your tour guide an author in all things watermelon.
February Prize Keep Your Neck Warm
I’ve never really been a “scarf guy.”
Interview with NWPB Executive Director Mark Arney
As I mentioned earlier this month, my goal in 2017 is to interview a different watermelon-related personality each month and deliver those Q&A sessions to you in a blog entry right here on The Slice.
A look at the history of the seedless watermelon
These days, seedless watermelon is king. It’s so prevalent, that I often get questions from watermelon lovers about where they can find watermelon with seeds.
Three Ways to Eat Watermelon Rind
When most people eat a watermelon, they devour the red flesh inside and toss the rest of the watermelon in the trash (or, if you’re a gardener, the compost heap).
January Prize Dress Up Your Kitchen
Our kitchen is small. It’s something my wife reminds me of every time we’re both in there cooking dinner and running into each other with hot pots and pans.
Over the years in my duties as “The Watermelon Guy,” I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing plenty of folks who share my love of watermelon.
The Myth About Swallowing Watermelon Seeds
Has anyone ever told you that if you eat a watermelon seed, a watermelon will grow in your stomach?
Holiday Recipe Ideas
Holiday watermelon recipes, you ask? You’ll find no shortage of inspiration on the “Recipes” page of National Watermelon Promotion Board website.
Penn State Feeds Students Hungry for Knowledge
Two years ago Penn State University’s dining services started cooking up events that add flavor, fun, and customer awareness to its student dining program.
It takes me about an hour or so to choose the monthly watermelon prize, and I have admit, it’s one of my favorite tasks each month.