Almonds, garlic, and plenty of olive oil join together to create this rich, silky soup that is traditionally garnished with sweet green grapes.
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This elegant dessert marries three components: a moist olive oil cake made with cornmeal and flavored with orange, sweet olive oil-roasted grapes, and a thin coating of bittersweet chocolate ganache.
Peanut butter and jelly is a classic combination, but it's the way these flavors come together in this ice cream that makes it great. First, a fat scoop of PB is stirred into a sweet cream ice cream base, then, just before serving, spoonfuls of jelly are folded into the finished product. It keeps the flavors separate, letting them, quite literally, melt in your mouth.
A hefty roast chicken, butternut squash, arugula, grape, and crouton salad fends off winter chills.
Between the bright, lemony, parsley-filled dressing, the sweet grapes, and the crunchy pecans, it's easy to see why this green rice salad is a hit.
While I consume most of my grapes in liquid form, I do look forward to fall harvest in the Upper Midwest, when I can pick up little red grapes just bursting with acidity. They are great on their own, but when roasted they gain extra depth without simply turning into a sweet grape jam.
Juicy, sassy, and classic with peanut butter, this jam is tart enough to be interesting and sweet enough to be kid-friendly.
Playing up the tart, fruity side of the Concord grapes, this drink pairs fresh grape puree with floral St. Germain in a variation in the classic French 75.
Cardamaro paired with robust bourbon and bright, fresh Concord grape puree makes for an ideal drink to usher in fall.
With alternating smoky, nutty, and jammy notes, this cocktail plays up the complexity of Concord grapes.
Though Concord grapes are lovely with spices, I wanted to showcase their perfectly purple flavor with a fairly plain base, and I love the flavor and color combination of grape and lemon.
This grapey gimlet from Gramercy Tavern is a perfect use of the fresh Concord grapes that you might find at the farmers' market.
I must have been about four because I remember this happening in the kitchen of our house on Madison Street. I loved milk, especially flavored milk--chocolate, strawberry, banana. Those flavors, begat by mixing a purchased syrup or a Nestle's...