Mixed Heirloom Melons


3 pieces

Celebrate the return of melon season with three delectable heirloom melons. Try the topsy turvey Galia melon, which looks like a cantaloupe on the outside, a honeydew on the inside, and has a creamy flesh and honey-sweet taste. Or perhaps the Charentais melon--a small, pink fleshed melon, similar to the cantaloupe, but with an intensely fragrant aroma--will be your new favorite. Or maybe the very rare Ananas melon, with it's yellow, almost spicy flesh will be the one to entice you. All of these melons are perfect to eat as is, but would be beautifully elevated in a melon salad with some mint and lime dressing or sing served alongside a high-end prosciutto.

Store at room temperature until ripe, then store whole in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Once cut in half/sections leave seeds in to maintain freshness, wrap tightly with plastic, and store in the fridge for up to 3 days. Store smaller cut pieces of melon in a sealed container for up to two days.