I didn't know this, but mangoes have one long, thin seed in the middle. So the first thing you want to do is slice the mango into three sections, with the two outer slices a little thicker than the middle one. To do this, place the little stem-knobby-thing down on the cutting board and slice straight downward about half an inch on either side.
Take the outer slices and begin scoring slices into them, but don't cut through the skin. Just cut through the flesh of the fruit, leaving the skin intact. I like to start out with slices about an inch apart, and then go back and put in slices in between all of those. That gives me a grid of half-inch by half-inch squares.
Now pop the mango inside out by pushing on the middle of the skin. This is so cool looking!
Do you eat mangoes? What do you put them in?