|Culture of the Grape|
|by Nicholas Longworth|
Robert Buchanan and Nicholas Longworth's 1855 work describes the growing and processing of grapes for the purposes of making wine.
1 - 10 of 509 for home made grape juice
Boil 1 quart ... pineapple, tea, orange juice, lemon juice, and grape juice. Garnish with ... desired. Serves 50. Note: This may be served hot or cold.
Combine ingredients in the order given. Chili for 1/2 hour. Serve in each glass a thin slice of lemon from which the seeds have been removed. This ...
Crush grapes with a wooden ... for homemade grape juice. The original ... good results in our trials. USDA methods recommend a brief pasteurization process.
Combine sugar, cornstarch ... smooth paste. Heat grape juice. Add slowly, ... serving dishes. Cool. Serve with dallop of whipped cream. Makes 4 to 6 servings.
Cook sugar, water, tapioca until clear. Add lemon and grape juice and cook 3 minutes stirring constantly. Chill. Can serve with Cool Whip topping.
Combine the cranberry juice cocktail and sugar; ... the sparkling white grape juice. Float Sugar-Frosted Candied ... punch if desired. About 2 quarts punch.
When ready to serve the punch, empty white grape juice and ginger ale ... grape juice ready to add to the punch with equal amounts of chilled ginger ale.
Slice orange, lemon into punch bowl on ice. For beauty, add a few strawberries or cherries. Add 1 bottle of 7-UP and 1 bottle grape juice.
Mix grape juice and lemon juice; ... Stir sugar and flour into mixture; blend. Stir in egg yolks; simmer 3 minutes. Cool and put into a baked pie crust.
Add water to the juice of the lemons and oranges, Ginger Ale, sugar and grape juice. Put in punch bowl glass and serve.
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