Blog Quick Hit – July 17, 2017
Every time I pick up a cantaloupe at the grocery, I do so with great seriousness. I smell the “belly button” and press it, trying to conjure up a life-time of produce-picking tips. But let’s face it. Grocery store cantaloupe’s are grown to defy nature, so my poking and sniffing is pointless. I get the same information I get when I pop the hood of my car to pretend to diagnose car trouble. It’s just theater.