Three Ways to Use Our Pickled Watermelon Rind

Photo by Oleg Ivanov​​

To the uninitiated, pickled watermelon rind might sound like the proverbial turning of a sow’s ear into a silk purse but trust us -- there is something so delightful in that sweet-tart pickled crunch of a Southern-raised watermelon. These are equally at home on a charcuterie board or crudite platter as they are with deviled eggs and hamburgers. Add a few slices to your next salad with lardons and our own feta and prepare for your accolades.

Suggested Uses | 

  • Use in a salad, chop in to a slaw serve over a slice of chicken. I love to top canapés with them.
  • Top your favorite cracker with feta cheese and them a slice of pickled watermelon. You can also add a slice of cucumber if you desire.
  • Drizzle with honey or your favorite syrup

Made in Harpersville, AL

Ingredients | watermelon rind, water, sugar, vinegar, cinammon, clove, peppercorns, salt

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