It’s the first barbecue of the year. The coolers are full, the grill is heating up, the cornhole boards are in position and, props to you, a massive watermelon made its way from the produce section to the kitchen counter. Now all you have to do is…wait, how the heck do you cut these things? Don’t let their size intimidate you. Watermelons are simpler to divide and conquer than they seem. Learn how to cut a watermelon in five easy steps, plus what to make with it once it’s cut. (That is, if your guests don’t eat it all first.) And if you're wondering what to do with all that cut-up fruit, here are 32 watermelon recipes to make all summer long.