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MESS-FREE MELON

We love eating watermelon every summer. To prevent the sticky juices from getting all over the kitchen, I slice the melon on a lipped tray. Then I pour the juice into the sink, and arrange the melon on the same tray for serving.

ELIZABETH SHER MONROE TWP, NJ

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