To make these colorful treats blend watermelon chunks, then pulse, strain and pour into small paper cups. Top each cup with a thick slice of kiwi. Place the popsicle stick through the center of the fruit, then freeze. Once frozen, just remove the paper cup and serve!
Watermelon salsa tastes yummy served with your favorite dippers—tortilla chips, blue corn chips, celery sticks or sweet cinnamon crisps. Because of the beans, this salsa needs a strong dipper. Try it in on fish tacos, grilled salmon steaks or fresh trout fillets.
Also known as Rooseheart, this member of the Brassica (mustard] family has a striking exterior with chlorophyll hues and subtle shades of pink and magenta. The watermelon radish is known for its mild, slightly peppery flavor and pairs well with salads with creamy dressings or in combinations of sliced apples and fennel.
This salsa may appear like a normal salsa, but the tomatoes are actually pieces of watermelon and the diced yellow mango adds to the fruitiness. Red onion, green pepper and cilantro bring the dish home.
Designer Phillip Silver selected watermelon pink and burnt orange colors that were prevalent in Yves Saint Laurent's 1966 Rive Gauche line for the furnishings in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 living room. The colors add a fun contrast to the view of the backyard and San Francisco Bay beyond.
The casual nature of this breakfast nook is amplified by the mismatched seating arranged around a simple white dining table. To up the fun factor, the Chango & Co. design team added bright, yellow lantern-style pendant lights that work with the mint-colored chairs and watermelon pink table settings for a summery color scheme.