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Recipes Featuring Grape

  • Fox Grape Jelly
    Green or ripe fox-grapes 1 pint water Sifted sugar
  • Grape Preserves
    Grapes Sugar
  • Grape Conserve
    5 pounds Concord Grapes 5 pounds Sugar 1 pound raisins 2 oranges, juice and grated rind 1 cup nut meats
  • Grape Fruit Marmalade No. 2 | 6 grape fruits
    6 grape fruits 4 lemons 4 quarts water 10 pounds sugar
  • Grape Sauce
    1 cup sugar 1/3 cup water 1 cup grape juice 1 tablespoon orange or lemon juice
  • Grape Pie
    1 cup of grapes 1 tea cup of sugar 1 egg Pinch of salt 1 dessertspoon of flour 1 teaspoon of butte 2 crusts
  • Green Grape Jam
    1 lb grapes 3/4 lb sugar
  • Wild Grape Jelly
    1 peck grapes 1 quart vinegar 4 sour apples 4 tablespoons whole cloves 1/4 cup stick cinnamon brown sugar
  • Grape Ketchup
    5 pounds grapes 2 1/2 pounds sugar 1 pint vinegar 1 tablespoon cinnamon 1 tablespoon cloves 1 tablespoon allspice 1 tablespoon pepper 1/2 tablespoon salt
  • Wild Black Grape Wine
    Grapes White sugar

About Grape

  • Keep your grapes refrigerated and they will last much longer
  • The best grapes are somewhat firm and are strongly tethered to their stem
  • Grapes do not ripen after being harvested from the vine
  • The most popular red table grapes include: Other popular table grape varieties include the following: Cardinal, Emperor (bright red), Flame seedless, and Catawba
  • The most popular red grape varieties in terms of wine are Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, and Zinfandel
  • Antioxidants in grapes can help with weight loss and improve circulation
  • The skin of the grape is loaded with resveratrol which is a polyphenol antioxidant that helps to fight cancer and heart disease
  • 2-3 Lbs of grapes are required to make a bottle of wine
  • Grapes are berries because they fall into a family of fruits where a single ovary ripens and becomes the skin of the fruit
  • The first California vineyard was cultivated by Spanish missionaries in the late 18th century
  • Grapes are included on the Environmental Working Group's list of the "Dirty Dozen" which are fruits carrying pesticides
  • Imported grapes are considered one of the top sources of pesticides and some are laced with 25 different pesticide types
  • Pesticides are designed to stay intact with water, so many health advocates suggest washing grapes with soap
  • Wine grapes are different from those we eat because they have seeds, a more acidic flavor, and a thick skin
  • An overwhelming majority of grapes grown in the USA are grown in California
  • When freezing grapes for the purpose of a refreshing snack, make sure you remove the moisture and separate to prevent them from sticking together
  • Grape vineyards are highly concentrated in Italy, Spain, and France making up about a third of all vineyards in the world
  • Grapes were important to the Bible, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, and have been found in Egyptian tombs
  • Seedless grapes are created through a mechanism called stenospermocarpy where the seeds are aborted during development
  • The species of grape that was brought to America is known as the Muscadine grape or 'vitis rotundifolia'
  • The original grape species was harvested in modern day Iran and Afghanistan in close proximity to the Black sea over 6000 years BC
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