UPDATE: CLOSED…and the winners are:
Monica S says I like good cook on facebook
Stephanie says . . .and I “liked” Good Cook on facebook
May says I do not have a watermelon knife
Vanessa says Email Subscriber
Laurie says I would like to win this so I can make fruits and vegetables look more appetizing to my kids.
Amy R says I’m a daily email subscriber.
Trung N says email susbcriber
Wendy J says My kids LOVE watermelon
Wendy says I would love this because we eat watermelon ALL the time, but cutting it with our little knife is such a chore!
Caroll says I like Good cook on FB
Product: Good Cook Watermelon Knife: Carve up your favorite summer fruit with our watermelon knife. This non-stick knife is ideal for slicing large watermelons for everyone to enjoy. The lifted handle and soft secure grip make it easy control while slicing. Perforated design creates air between the blade and fruit. Protective guard that’s easy to pull on and off.
Where to purchase: These knives have a retail value of $24.99 and these Good Cook Watermelon knives are available at grocery stores and you can also purchase them right now on the Good Cook website for $18.74
I am so impressed with this knife, and watermelon is something that we eat quite often, and as you know …I love to play with my food, so this fun recipe for creating a Watermelon Shark got me very excited! I love the little fish candies coming out of this guys mouth!
How to create a Watermelon Shark:
1 oblong, seeded watermelon
Dry erase marker
Smaller utility knife
Paring knife (you can use the tip of a vegetable peeler)
2 large marbles, or other (cherry, blueberry, red grape, etc)
Toothpicks or wooden skewers
Swedish fish candies for garnish
- Wash and dry the watermelon.
- Cut off 1/3 of the watermelon at a diagonal angle.
- Stand the remaining 2/3 upright on your work surface and use a dry erase marker to draw the mouth line and eye sockets.
- Cut out the mouth. Trim back a ½” line of the green part of the rind for the teeth area.
- Use a large spoon to scoop out the watermelon flesh, leaving 3″ intact at the base.
- Cut out the teeth, using a smaller utility knife.
- Use melon baller to cut out the eye sockets that match the size of large marbles. Then use a paring knife to trim the green area around the eyes. Insert marbles.
- Use the carved out rind from the mouth to make the dorsal fin, shape as shown in the picture. Attach the fin using toothpicks.
- Fill the mouth with triangle shapes of watermelon, accented with Swedish fish.
My thoughts: As I mentioned earlier, I love to play with food, and my kids get the biggest kick out of creative meals and snacks. This knife is so unique and fun, and seems to be very well made. I am actually going to get one of these for a friends upcoming birthday as she is a friend that loves her summer fruits, so this will be a fun and useful gift!
Now for the Giveaway:
The Giveaway: …TEN lucky SheSaved readers will win their very own Good Cook Watermelon Knife!
Entry #1: Leave a comment answering this question: Why would you like to win a Good Cook Watermelon Knife?
Entry #3 ~ “Like” Good Cook on Facebook and come back and leave a comment letting me know that you did!
… I will leave this giveaway open until Sunday night at 10pm, July 15th (mnt time) if you can still comment…you can still win! … once closed, I will select ONE winner… and the winners will have 48 hours to contact me to claim their prize! GOOD LUCK!!
*Disclosure: I did receive a Watermelon Knife to facilitate my review, but all opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by another person.
The creative and frugal mind behind She Saved for over 12 years now, Keri Lyn shares her adventures in parenting along with her love for family travel, country living and brand marketing. A self-proclaimed “brand loyalist”, Keri Lyn is known for her strong and enthusiastic voice when it comes to the products and brands that she loves. Passionate about family and the challenge of raising good humans (through the teen years, no less!) Keri Lyn has also served as a brand ambassador to many brands including her time as a Hilton Mom Voyage travel writer and currently an O Mag Insider for O, The Oprah Magazine and the 2019 recipient the O-verall Contribution O-ward.