Tuesday, July 03, 2007

July 4th Tradition


Wishing you and yours, a safe and delicious 4th.....................

10 comments:

tongue in cheek said...

Happy Fourth to you too!

Watermelos without seeds look funy to me ;)

Christine said...

Same to you Jann!

katiez said...

They do look funny - but delicious.
Have a lovely holiday!

K & S said...

Same to you, Jann! This watermelon looks really refreshing and no seeds!

Jann said...

K&s~it is a sweet mellon,but minus the seeds... I guess we will not be having any seed-spitting contests .

Simona said...

Seedless watermelon allows faster eating, hence I like prefer it, but I agree that it looks funny.
Happy Day to you, too.
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Amanda at Little Foodies said...

Happy 4th to you too. I've never seen seedless watermelon. It does look strange. Have a great holiday. Look forward to reading about it on your return.

wheresmymind said...

Hope ya'll had a great time! LOVE LOVE LOVE the W-Mellon!

Jann said...

FYI~it may look strange, but it tastes the same....and you can eat it faster!No seeds to grow in your belly!

Betty C. said...

We missed the 4th of July in the USA by one day, but my daughters are still thrilled about the prospect of eating watermelon all summer!