Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Make and can delicious Concord grape jam. Eat it on toast, make jam print cookies, or use it as a filling in donuts.
Wild grape season is here in New England and every year I like to forage for wild concord grapes. Theses grapes grow all over North America and are great for making grape jam.
Grape jam is the perfect homemade companion to your afternoon PB&J. This simple spread is worlds beyond any store-bought version.
A simple jam made with equal parts arctic kiwis and concord grapes, sweetened with just a bit of honey.
If you want the flavor of grape jelly but with less work, try making grape jam instead. Both have similar consistencies, but grape jam has a more appealing texture and is quicker and easier to make.
Grapes that grow wild in my yard were saved from the birds by picking them while they were still a little tart. The jam made from them was so delicious, I'm counting the days till I get to steal this year's harvest from the birds!
My husband brought me home some wild grapes that grow near his work. He asked me if I would like to make grape jam. How could I refuse? Making jam from scratch was a lot of work, but it was slso fun.
Concord grapes make the most fragrant purple jam--the stuff peanut butter dreams of hooking up with. You'll be smearing it all over your face like Joey Tribbiani.
Concord grapes are ripening! Here's a photo essay "how to" with a traditional grape jam recipe. Sweet!
Concord grapes are complex and sophisticated in ways that strawberries can only dream about! Pair this jam with roast beef or lamb, arugula and black pepper and rich cheeses like brie and chevre