This watermelon dragon sculpture is too beautiful to eat. The fruity mythological creature is composed of 14 watermelons and two Fiji pineapples. The sculpture was carved by artist Shawn Feeney from The Invisible Underground and was inspired by the Chines
no bake watermelon cake your watermelon based on the photo tutorial in the post. the watermelon down with wipes to dry it. it with whipped cream Almonds to the side the top with fresh fruit of your choice. I like raspberries and blueberries.
“Moon Melon” courtesy of Japan, also known as asidus. This fruit grows in some parts of Japan, and it’s known for it’s weird blue color.This fruit can switch flavors after you eat it, everything sour will taste sweet , and everything salty will taste bi