JOCELYN H. CHILVERS
Landscape & Garden Design
Jim harvested a big batch and cooked them down to juice. (Note the last of the tomatoes sitting on the counter to ripen. Salsa, anyone?)
Most of the juice will go into smoothies, although some grape syrup may be in the works too. Our favorite neighbor, Nigel, got the leftover skins and seeds. Mmmmm….
Yummmmmm! I'll take some of that syrup on one of Jim's famous waffles! Can't wait!
I'll make sure that the chef gets your order!
I love that first photo of the grape clusters. It it just gorgeous. What type are they?Aiyana
Sorry, Aiyana, but I don't know the variety of that grape. I bought it at a little neighborhood greenhouse and it was simply listed as "purple table grape". It was an inexpensive experiment that was wildly successful!
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