Thursday, September 08, 2016

Muscadines


I got a text from my art teacher : "We can't get Peepaw to stop planting muscadines. Would you take three gallons?"

So I did, just for the pleasure of smelling them in the kitchen.

8 comments:

Sloan Smith said...

I keep reading this over and over; it makes me so happy. I LOVE your blog, Anna.

Sandi said...

Those look delicious!

Jan said...

We have them growing wild on our farm. Part of the fun is shaking the vine to get them to fall so we can pick them up...one by one. I just made four batches of muscadine jelly! Delicious!

Bob Hahn said...

Are you going to make jelly? You should! :)

Margo said...

haha! Love it. Do you eat them like that, or juice them? The muscadines I remember from living in Georgia were more greenish.

Anonymous said...

I bet Barbara C. would like some.

Jan said...

Greenish ones are not muscadines....they are scuppanongs. A tame, cultivated cousin of muscadines. We had both when I was a child living in Georgia (we still do -- see my earlier comment). They taste similar.

Lisa said...

I just saw this link: http://www.puttingupwitherin.com/2016/09/06/muscadine-jam-fines-herbes/

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