Melon


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Melon

An informal term for zero. For example, an investment may be said to generate a melon.
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The complainant loaded the truck with 140 bags of melon to be delivered to members of the Food Stuff Association in Agege near Lagos.
With more than 360 varieties and growing every year, the Turkmen melon is not just a fruit; it is potentially an economic powerhouse on its own.
Summertime's the right season to experiment with the coolest ingredient on your dinner table -- melons.
As you add rubber bands, you'll see the melon start bulging around the band of bands.
As soon as you've cut the melon into cubes, put them in a vacuum sealed bag or in a re-sealable plastic bag.
With more than 1,200 varieties, there's a melon that's right for just about any growing condition in the United States, even as far north as Alaska.
To serve, place the melon flat, face-down on a board and cut into slices.
The melons will be available to buy online and the company, which has been producing this specially designed fruit in collaboration with Sanrio since 2010, hopes to sell 1,000 this year.
Melon fashions a new identity for herself, one in a world where she is now alone.
1 2 Using a melon baller or teaspoon, make small balls from the melons and add the balls to the mango.
And there was certainly no kidding Helen Flanagan (formerly Dozy Wobster in Coronation Street), who told us: "There's definitely a melon theme going on.
Es tradicional tomar el melon con jamon y como la cecina esta curada como el jamon, tambien resulta una buena combinacion.