By Libbie Summers
Assisted by Candace Brower
Still Photography by Cedric Smith
Nope, it doesn’t involve a wooden spoon or a bowl of water. My method involves a paring knife and the patience to wait until I pop it open.
1. Cut off the flowering end of the pomegranate with a paring knife.
2. Following the natural ridges of the pomegranate, score the fruit in 4-5 places from top to bottom.
3. Break open with your hands at the flowering end.
4. Eat like no one is watching.
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