It’s your lucky day! Thanks to Honeydew Flavor Lucky Thin Crackers, you finally have an excuse for why you can’t eat fruit. As you can see, your honeydew wasn’t just full of pandan-colored melon flesh; it was also full of Lucky Thin Crackers. And who would want to eat boring old honeydew when there were all those thin, melon-flavored crackers laying around?
Of course you probably didn’t expect to find honeydew flavored crackers anywhere, especially not inside your melon, since it’s not something you’re used to seeing on the store shelves. American crackers come in a variety of flavors, such as: plain, salted, cheese, cheddar cheese, nacho cheese, nacho cheddar cheese, cheddar nacho cheese, vegetable, garden vegetable, vegetable garden, cheesy vegetable, garden cheese, and salted garden nacho cheddar vegetable. More exotic crackers also come in a variety of flavors, such as honeydew. It’s a good thing, too, because I was really tired of both nacho cheddar cheese and cheddar nacho cheese.
The honeydew flavor (natural and artificial) is carried by a sweet smattering of sugar crystals that are scattered on a single surface of the cracker. As promised, the crackers are thin, and they taste a bit like honeydew. More like lime, but at there are hints of honeydew hiding in there.
As with the earlier mystery of Pandan Drink With Basil Seed, I never did figure out who hid the crackers in the honeydew melon. All three of the primary suspects were again obviously innocent. There must be another confection cabal out there surreptitiously sticking seeds into sugary snacks and covertly converting cantaloupes into crackers. My mission is to find them…