How to Cut a Watermelon. One of the most popular summertime fruits is the watermelon. This cool, sweet, king of fruit is also very healthy. They are freshest when you buy them whole and cut them yourself. You can cut watermelon into. The Easiest Way to Cut Watermelon: Step-by-Step. Step 1: Choose a watermelon. Any sized watermelon will do here; however, like most things in life, bigger is always better. Stick it in the fridge and let it chill. Once cut, a cold watermelon retains its shape more so than a room temperature watermelon. The Easiest Way to Cut a Watermelon | MyRecipes MyRecipes. Loading. Unsubscribe from MyRecipes? Cancel Unsubscribe. How to Cut a Watermelon - Episode 94 - Duration: 6:38. Test kitchen director Robby Melvin demonstrates the best way to cut a watermelon in to bite-sized pieces. How To Cut a Watermelon Into Bite-Sized Pieces. What You Need. 1 whole watermelon Cutting board Large, sharp knife Large bowl or plate. Place on a cutting board: Start with a whole, half, or quarter watermelon, and place it on a large cutting board. Starting with a quartered watermelon is our go-to way to create slices and melon balls. To get there, stand the watermelon on one of the cut ends and slice it in half down the middle, creating two large halves. Then, lay each piece flesh-side down and slice in half lengthwise so the whole watermelon. How to Cut a Watermelon into Cubes: Slice the watermelon in half crosswise, and cut off the rind. Cut the peeled half into 1-inch or larger slices. Stack two or three slices and cut into strips, then cut across the strips to make cubes. Make all of your cuts the same width to make the best looking cubes.