Celebrate Summer With These 15 Watermelon Recipes

Celebrate Summer With These 15 Watermelon Recipes

Watermelon Salad with Sriracha Vinaigrette

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Sriracha makes everything better—even watermelon!

What are your favorite ways to serve (or eat) watermelon? Share your recipes and links in the comments!

PS. Do you know how many ways there are to cut a watermelon? I didn't either until I stumbled across a zillion posts about this topic on Pinterest. Here are some of my favorites:

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