Concord Grape Recipe Collection.

October 1, 2010

Concord Grape Recipe Collection.

Grapes.. Beautiful Delicious Grapes! Living in upstate NY I am Privileged to reap the benefits of the Finger Lakes Region. We have gorgeous Concord Grapes here in abundance every fall.

Many people are unaware of the fact that concord grapes are actually green on the inside. When working with these guys you must cook with the skins in some manner to obtain the beautiful purple color as an end result. I have also come to learn that the grapes need to be heated up in some way briefly in order for release their sweet juices fully.

Today I am happy to feature one of my FAVORITE desserts that is often hard to come by.. Concord Grape Pie

Try making it with the following Crust and Streusel.

  • Oatmeal and Sweet Rice Pie Crust
  • Gluten/Dairy Free Streusel

And while your at it- give my Dairy Free Concord Grape Ice Cream Recipe a whirl.

If you are looking for an Easy Dinner Idea- try my recipe for Roasted Pork in a Grape Marsala Marinade.

Stay Tuned- as there is more Grapey Goodness to come!


Brittany Angell
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