Grapes, grapes, grapes everywhere!!! What to do??? I decided to do what everyone else does, make some grape jelly! Most people associate grape jelly with Concord Grapes. While, commercial grape production dates back to the year 1000 B.C., it was not until 1854 that the Concord variety made its debut, appropriately named after the Massachusetts village of Concord where the first of its variety was grown. The Concord grape is a robust and aromatic grape whose ancestors were wild native species found growing in the rugged New England soil.
looking for a quick easy dessert that will impress your family and friends? look no further than a jello, or poke, cake. I made this cake for my friend Joe’s birthday, it is super easy and really refreshing on a hot day.
Radishes grow best in full sun and are in season from April to June. There are many different varieties of radishes but these are just regular red radishes. found the white variety to be kind of woody.
For the crust, i made a classic 3-2-1 crust using 3 cups four, 2 sticks of butter, a pinch of salt and 1 cup of cold water. Butter is the key here, when you mix the ingredients together, you want big globs of butter in your dough. This way, when the butter melts in the crust, it helps form the layers. Here is a video on how to make a pie crust.