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  • Simple cantaloupe recipes by food blogger Christina Patricio

    Lifestyle blogger Christina Patricio shares simple recipes for cantaloupe. Patricio, of Fresno, doesn’t have to worry about finding a ripe melon or running out of cantaloupe. She’s married to Blake Patricio, whose family runs Westside Produce, one of several large-scale melon packers in west Fresno County, the state’s largest cantaloupe growing region. She’s also the author of a lifestyle blog, www.thepatricios.com.

Simple cantaloupe recipes by food blogger Christina Patricio

Lifestyle blogger Christina Patricio shares simple recipes for cantaloupe. Patricio, of Fresno, doesn’t have to worry about finding a ripe melon or running out of cantaloupe. She’s married to Blake Patricio, whose family runs Westside Produce, one of several large-scale melon packers in west Fresno County, the state’s largest cantaloupe growing region. She’s also the author of a lifestyle blog, www.thepatricios.com.
Robert Rodriguez The Fresno Bee