Archive for September, 2010

Niagara Grape Sorbet

First things first: this has been my first post in over a month (thanks to tennis, school, life etc.). Now that I’ve settled into the school-year groove, posts should start appearing much more quickly!

If you’ve been keeping track of seasonal fruits and veg (like at your local farmer’s market), you’ll have noticed that grapes are now in season! (Or, have been for a few weeks now.) Last week at the Elmwood-Bidwell Farmer’s Market, a few stands had baskets of Niagara and Concord grapes. The Niagara variety — commonly used for making white grape juice — is a native of Niagara County, and, due to its poor resilience during shipping, only available close to where it was grown. So, we Buffalonians (along with other areas near the Great Lakes) are lucky to have this varietal every year, noted for it’s intense sweetness and musky smell.

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