Thursday, June 28, 2007

Mellow Yellow


The sign at the farm stand said "Yellow Melon" but I think this aromatic, juicy specimen (reminiscent of a Honeydew but sweeter) was a Juan Canary Melon, not a dua gan, a Korean yellow melon. I ate 1/2 of it sliced up as a "side dish" with some blueberry pancakes, while the other half got incorporated into a smoothie the next day.

7 comments:

Sharona said...

That is a great picture.

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Kate said...

I love the varietal melons available, the Sharlyn is especially good, as is the Canary.

The photo is gorgeous!

Erin S. said...

Sharona--Thanks--I surprised myself!

Kate--i will look for the Sharlyn (that's my mother in law's name!)

Connie said...

oh wow, that is a great looking piece of fruit

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