Summer is made for many things, from vacation to sunbathing to backyard BBQs. For all the barbecue-lovers, it's also known as grilling season. While hot dogs, steaks, and kabobs are classic grilled food, we can't forget the sides. In this video, Camila McConaughey shows how to make easy, delectable grilled watermelon perfect for a summer BBQ or a relaxing night in.
In addition to being an excellent cook, Matthew McConaughey's wife Camila Alves McConaughey is a talented model and designer, renowned for her fashion designs and Oscars red carpet looks. She was born in Brazil, where she lived until she was 15. Then, Alves visited her aunt in Los Angeles and decided to make the U.S. her home.
After four years, the talented Brazilian-American designer moved to New York City, where she pursued a career as a fashion model, following the footsteps of her artist-designer mother. Alves and her mother design the Muxo handbags line. Along with this, she hosted a season of Shear Genius and has a lifestyle website, Women of Today.
Along with being a talented, successful fashion designer and model in her own right, model Camila Alves and her husband make up one of the most iconic power couples in Hollywood. The couple is based in Austin, Texas, where they raise their son Livingston, their son Levi, and their daughter Vida. Fans can see pics of the adorable family on their social media accounts.
As for her husband, Matthew McConaughey is well known for his many amazing performances, from the classic rom-com How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, to the drama Dallas Buyers Club, for which he won Best Actor at the Academy Awards. The couple also founded the Just Keep Livin' Foundation in 2010, and last year during the coronavirus pandemic they distributed over 100,000 face masks to hospitals in Texas.
Camila McConaughey's Grilled Watermelon
Camila McConaughey also knows how to make a simple, flavorful grilled watermelon recipe that tastes just like summer. To make her grilled watermelon, start by grilling the watermelon for a few minutes on each side, until you see grill marks.
Then, garnish with mint, basil, or whatever fresh herbs you have on hand. Generously sprinkle feta cheese on top, and then drizzle balsamic reduction as the final touch. As Camila says, it's "delicious, it looks good, and is super easy to make!"