This French melon is everything cantaloupe wishes it could be. The Cavaillon melon even has its own festival in Provence
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U.S. Big Ten, Pac-12 postpone fall college football, other sports, due to COVID-19
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Have you had West Texas cantaloupe? GastroTourists. This French Mellon is definately worth the hunt! foods_HQ The cantaloupe is the bastard stepchild. Best melon ever! foods_HQ Well aren't we special.
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