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Chrissie says ...
There is nothing like eating black grapes with differnt types of cheeses. Yummy!
09/19/2012 9:03:52 PM CDT
shea says ...
Grapes are a delicious sweet snack. Frozen grapes are delicious. :)
09/19/2012 9:04:08 PM CDT
Katherine says ...
We love organic red grapes. Right out of the bag, in salads and even frozen. I freeze them and then the kids pop them in their mouths like little ice pops, blend them into smoothies or add as an edible garnish to desserts. I also place frozen grapes in lunch boxes for a great treat of cold grapes with lunch.
09/19/2012 9:04:50 PM CDT
Stacie says ...
Love putting frozen grapes in my kids' lunches. By lunchtime, they are like little grape slushies! We also use frozen grapes in sparkling water for an afternoon drink on a hot day. Halved grapes with fruit puree can make some really cool popsicles, too! This cookbook would help me move grapes from a fun food to a meal staple!
09/19/2012 9:04:57 PM CDT
Tmc.cameron says ...
I love organic grapes by themselves or in my favorite recipes.
09/19/2012 9:13:06 PM CDT
Isabella Boczor says ...
Living in the great Garden State is such a joy when I can go into my backyard and pick my own organic grapes. When I'm out of them I purchase the green organic grapes from Whole Foods paired with my favorite cheese. DELISH! Thank you for considering my entry.
09/19/2012 9:16:19 PM CDT
C.Brown says ...
Fresh, plump, juicy grapes are great to eat all year and are perfect for carrying around for a snack. They are fun frozen and compliment salads whether a plain garden salad or an exotic curried chicken salad.
09/19/2012 9:17:19 PM CDT
Terry Herman says ...
I love grapes in my yogurt, but my favorite is to add red seedless grapes to cooked chicken and then make a curry chutney yogurt dressing, plus some roasted almonds for crunch. Yummy!
09/19/2012 9:18:11 PM CDT
Paula Olivero says ...
Organic grapes bring me home to my Italian heritage and calls for me to cook and enjoy spending time with my family over good food.
09/19/2012 9:18:39 PM CDT
Erin R. says ...
Wow, a grape cookbook! I love fresh grapes and can't stop eating them once I start, but I have never tried to cook with them or use them in anything other than fruit salad. I should have a look at this book!
09/19/2012 9:19:34 PM CDT
Pat says ...
Grapes make a great desert! Just freeze for 1/2 hour, then coat with cinnamon and sugar(optional). Enjoy with a slice of brie.
09/19/2012 9:22:46 PM CDT
Pat says ...
Grapes make a great desert! Just freeze for 1/2 hour, then coat with cinnamon and sugar(optional). Enjoy with a slice of brie.
09/19/2012 9:23:24 PM CDT
Sarah Zelmanowitz says ...
i love organic grapes! they taste great!
09/19/2012 9:23:59 PM CDT
Rian N. says ...
I can't say I've cooked much with grapes; more often than not I end up eating an entire bag just as is. But I did manage a tuna salad featuring their lovely, fruity presence - wonderful with fresh cilantro and creamy yogurt. Little bites of sweet; yum!
09/19/2012 9:36:15 PM CDT
Joan says ...
Totally love organic grapes and I also make a Chicken Waldorf Salad with them. The main ingredients include brown rice, chicken, dried cranberries, celery, grapes, diced apples & walnuts. Very yummy! I would love to win this cookbook.
09/19/2012 9:37:25 PM CDT
nik says ...
I love making mini fruit shish kebabs with my nephew out of organic apples, pears, pineapple, bananas and grapes, and knowing that he is getting the best tasting, healthiest and safest fruits. Thanks!
09/19/2012 9:38:04 PM CDT
Adriana M says ...
Like synthesized drops of sun light, sweet, juicy, satisfying! I love eating organic grapes at all times.
09/19/2012 9:41:09 PM CDT
cindy says ...
Grapes are so versatile! I stuff them in chicken salad. Pick a color, I've tried each, and the flavor is so unique depending on the variety you choose. Peeling grapes (I know it sounds ugh) but what charisma they lend to a dish, and without all the crunch. No, you don't ALWAYS need a crunchy bite. Grapes add just a craved goodness and sweetness without being so cloyingly sassafras-ish. Boy I haven't said that in a while. Grape on with it.........I do.
09/19/2012 9:41:35 PM CDT
mickey says ...
Always look forward to the season for the taste of fresh organic grapes.
09/19/2012 9:43:45 PM CDT
Jill says ...
We grow organic grapes. I have been processing them in the vita mix blender, freezing them in ice cube trays and using them in our veggie/fruit drinks. It would be very helpful to have this cookbook so I can use the grapes in a variety of ways!
09/19/2012 9:45:52 PM CDT
Jennifer Sobin says ...
What's not to love?
09/19/2012 9:46:45 PM CDT
Helen Giambona says ...
Organic grapes, Oh My! Sweet, juicy and dry Jams, jelly, wine or raisins. Family and Fido love...... Fresh ripened, frozen or sun dried Crisp to bite. I take pride and joy In the Organic grape, Oh My!
09/19/2012 9:48:01 PM CDT
Lorie says ...
I love organic grapes because I can enjoy the juicy, sweet, tart, flavors and be confident that I am not also feeding my children or myself the horrible pesticides. I have not really every tried grape recipes. We just eat them off the bunch - more addictive than lays, pringles or any other potato chip claim.
09/19/2012 9:49:52 PM CDT
tandoniadis says ...
Our house loves organic grapes! They're nice and crisp and a great addition to the table.
09/19/2012 9:53:44 PM CDT
Hebe says ...
It starts with smoothness. Then comes the crunch. And finally, the juicy pulp. Of course they are great in a salad or many creative dishes. But for me, their sweetness is a winner. No need to add cream or sugar, these beauties are a dessert in themselves. As for being organic... On top of health, should we mention flavor?
09/19/2012 9:58:37 PM CDT

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