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To explain: His co-workers got the big ol’ armchair for Tanner back in 2014, to make sitting down a little less of a pain, following surgery to remove a cantaloupe-sized tumor between his rectum and his prostate.
The secret to finding a good cantaloupe (or honeydew, Crenshaw, casaba or the other melons of this type) is to put your nose to the stem end, the round depression, and sniff.
As part of its plan to fight off competition, Wal-Mart, the world's biggest grocer, joined forces with an agriculture giant to design a new, sweeter cantaloupe.
One cup of watermelon contains 170 milligrams (mg) of potassium compared to 388 mg for the same amount of honeydew melon and 427 mg for cantaloupe.
Her garden grows tomatoes, collard greens, squash, peppers, zucchini, cantaloupe, cucumbers, and Swiss chard.
The other day at Iovine Brothers Produce, 70-year-old Cuban refugee Veronica Hernandez paid for her cantaloupes with food stamps, while Debbie Oliver, 55, a retired IRS worker, bought her fruit with cash.
Makes 8 servings 3 cups diced cantaloupe ¼ cup water 1 tablespoon honey Blend cantaloupe, water and honey in a blender until smooth.
Blend cantaloupe with yogurt and freeze it into sherbet, or puree it with orange juice and mint to make a refreshing soup.
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