You could put them in your juicer and make juice or jelly.
KansasYes you can make beautiful grape jelly from the purple grapes...They are concord grapes and they are my favorite...
Swoon. If your mom belongs to a church, she could always donate some to the church lady group (you know what I mean) and they could make grape jelly to do a bit of fundrasing. Mom make a bunch of Lady Ashburnham pickles every year to sell at church suppers. Of course, that would only use up a small fraction of the grapes I see there. Or you could put an ad in the paper. Some intrepid wine make may take them off your hands.I know Bill would love to have them, but there is that shipping problem ;-)
I love the pictures of the cows. One of my favorite things about living in Illinois is field after field of cows roaming around and grazing.
Hi Kansas... I think the grapes would make great wine. Jevan looks quite happy to just eat them off the vine though. Tell your MIL I'll send her "Grandad's Wine Recipe". But please! no looking at that cows eyes like he is a lost puppy! You have gathered enough pets. Poor Taco might have to share her quilt with a big ole cow next. :) Blue is quite big enough! :) Have you named the cow yet? Love Ya!
I would let her ship some to me. :)Not too far away, Idaho. I love fresh, and home preserved fruit.
Uhhhh Idaho? I think that's a bit far, but overnight delivery would do the trick! LOL
Well I come from Missouri, was born in Kansas City a few years ago. That is farther than Idaho is. :)
Wow, that's a lot of grapes! I can taste the jam now! Lucky girl.Dora Renee' Wilkerson
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