Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Coronation Grapes

Grown from a vine in our yard. Grown in abundance this year this sweet seedless variety is not only a wonderful eating grape, but makes great muffins and fabulous pies.

5 comments:

Harry Makertia said...

Is it seedless? Oh woowww.... love it!

jill said...

Oh, what a pretty photo! These are the ones that make good jam, aren't they? Do you have a long line of them? We're headed to the farmers' market today, maybe someone will have them there!

Ruby said...

Gorgeous grapes - I love them and they are so expensive in the supermarkets - fantastic to grow your own!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Grape pie? I've never heard of such a thing. Sound's like something good we are missing out on here in OZ. We have been getting great imported grapes from North America all through our winter, never used to happen before free trade.

Benjamin Madison said...

Delicious! I can almost taste them.