Melons Etiquette

eating etiquette (how to eat...)

Table manners for eating melon. Melon — whether honeydew, cantaloupe, casaba or Persian — is eaten with a spoon.

Table manners for eating melon with a fork. Only when it is skinned and served in wedges is a fork used. The skinned wedge, often accompanied by prosciutto, is eaten with a knife and fork.

Table manners for eating melon balls. If melon balls are served, with or without syrup, use a dessert spoon.

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