Baking plump, juicy grapes into this easy focaccia is a special treat for family and dinner guests. For a special touch, add a light drizzle of quality olive oil over the top while the bread is still warm.
This hearty dish roasts the grapes until they collapse into a thick, jam-like mixture. Red seedless varieties are the best choice. Season with a simple balsamic sauce and serve with a side of mashed garlicky potatoes.
Hot soups warm you up; chilled soups cool you down, a perfect way to take the heat off on a fall afternoon. The perfect seedless grape variety for this fresh tasting soup is Himrod.
Red, purple, green or white-any type of seedless grape freezes beautifully for snacking.
A cluster of fresh grapes warmed by the grill smells almost as heavenly as those warming on the vine. This simple appetizer is quick, clever and, most of all, completely delicious.