Two food insights
Two food insights for you: one that I've known for a few years; the other that I just figured out in the last few weeks.
Old: when you cut up a watermelon, the center is the sweetest; the closer you get to the rind, the less-nice it is.
New: when eating a carrot, the end near the tip is sweeter than the end near the greenery. This has two implications: it's nicer to eat a carrot from the tail to the tip; and if you children are fussy (reluctant) about their veggies, give them the end near the tip and save the "wide end" for yourself.