Quench Your Summer Thirst with These 3 New Watermelon Recipes

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Since organic watermelon is so refreshing, experimental watermelon recipes are becoming more popular every year.

Nothing says summer quite as much as the burst of flavor you get when biting into a fresh slice of watermelon. With the official start of summer being just a few weeks away, deliciously-ripe Maryland watermelon is soon-to-be in a grocery store near you. When you buy a locally-grown, organic watermelon, you are ensuring that every watermelon recipe you try this summer will be the best one yet. Since organic watermelon is so refreshing, experimental watermelon recipes are becoming more popular every year. This summer, buy the tastiest watermelon you can find by opting for Maryland-grown, organic produce.

Mediterranean Watermelon, Mint, and Feta Skewers

This recipe has been a popular one in recent years and for good reason. The fiercely fresh combination of watermelon and fresh mint is unmatched. When paired with cool feta cheese, the marriage of all three flavors is a match made in summer recipe heaven. You can make this into a simple salad or you can make a fancy appetizer by threading them through skewers. Drizzle some balsamic glaze on them for a sweet and salty finish.

Cool Down with Watermelon Coolers and Margaritas

Watermelon isn’t only a great snack or appetizer, it also serves as the perfect base for a summer drink. When opting for a virgin watermelon drink, blend watermelon chunks, frozen strawberries, pineapple juice, and cream of coconut with three cups of ice. If you want to spice it up a bit during a summer party, try a blended watermelon and mint margarita with your favorite tequila. These drinks are the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer night!

Grilled Watermelon with Goat Cheese and Proscuitto

Grilled watermelon? It may sound odd, but it’s no secret that everything is better grilled — including fresh fruit! The fresh, sweet flavor of watermelon and salty prosciutto creates the perfect sweet and salty pairing. A mild goat cheese is the ideal creamy, bright-flavored addition. Again, drizzle with a bit of balsamic glaze, and your dinner party guests will be coming back for more.


Baywater Farms is a sixth-generation family-owned and operated farm servicing Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Hyattsville, Salisbury, Maryland, Delaware beaches, and the Eastern Shore. Baywater Farms is capable of meeting the demands of your produce distributor, restaurant produce supplier, CSA produce supplier, or wholesale produce supplier while maintaining the integrity and character of a small farm. Baywater Farms is about more than just hydroponic lettuce—we also grow heirloom beefsteak tomatoes, shishito peppers, hydroponic custom-blended spring mix, custom grows, colorful radish mix, Maryland’s own fish peppers, and more. When you work with Baywater Farms, you work with an experienced, ethical, and local farm dedicated to providing the highest-quality heirloom produce possible.

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