. . .Where the Watermelons Grow!

When the sun is high in the sky, there is nothing better than a cool and refreshing slice of watermelon. Despite the obvious share-ability of the larger and sweeter cousin to the cucumber, they are one of the most aesthetic fruits out there. Whether you’ve got a leftover hunk of the amino-acid rich fruit in the fridge, or you’re having a summer BBQ and want to try something new check out this easy
Watermelon Granita Recipe:
4 cups seedless watermelon chunks
1/2 cup sugar (optional)
Juice of 1 Lemon

Combine all ingredients in a food processor. Puree until smooth. pour into a shallow, wide pan and freeze for 1 hour. Rake mixture with a fork and freeze for another hour. Rake and freeze for one more hour. Rake and serve in cups. (Recipe courtesy of Cathy  Lowe).

And for your fashion appetite, feast your eyes on these Watermelon inspired dresses!!!!