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This season’s watermelons have all been amazingly juicy! I guess the rains are paying off big time in the fruit market. Aside from watermelons, the cherries, local peaches, and grapes have all been exceptionally juicy this year.
I was browsing Bon Apetit looking for watermelon recipes and came across this limeade. I’ve tried cherry limeades but never a watermelon one and we gave it a shot. Half a watermelon made about 4 large tumblers full of the drink
I love the coral color it took on, and the tang it got from the limes was …. TANGY! No shit, right? :P
Originally from here, at Bon AppÃ©tit.
- 6 cups 1-inch-pieces watermelon (from about 1/2 5-pound watermelon)
- 1/2 cup fresh lime juice
- 2â€“3 tablespoons light agave syrup (nectar) or honey
- Lime wedges (for serving)
PurÃ©e watermelon, lime juice, and 2 Tbsp. agave syrup in a blender until smooth. Add 1 Tbsp. more agave, if desired. Strain into a large pitcher filled with ice and stir in 1/2 cup water. Serve over ice and garnish with lime wedges.