|Riesling (Guides to Grape Varieties)|
|by Stuart Pigott|
This volume provides an introduction and companion to Riesling wines from light and dry examples to rich, sweet-sour dessert wines.
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Wash and drain grapes. Combine sour cream, brown sugar, and rum. Mix well and pour over grapes. Toss to coat grapes. Refrigerate overnight.
Preheat oven to ... mixture alternately with sour cream, making a ... with half the grapes and half streusel. ... pan. Combine and blend to fine crumbs.
Mix all of ... smooth and spread over grapes. You can have as many layers as you want. Sprinkle topping ingredients over all. Very easy and very, very good.
Mix ingredients together. Chill well, serve.
Mix all of the above. Chill several hours.
Let grapes stand in mixture 24 hours in refrigerator. Serve in sherbet or parfait glasses. Sprinkle with brown sugar.
Wash grapes and layer as ... best), add grapes, sour cream, light brown ... dissolved). Stir lightly to get marble effect. Tastes best at room temperature.
Wash, pat dry and remove grapes from stem. Works ... cheese. Add the sour cream, sugar and ... about 3 cups whole grapes with half of other ingredients.
In a large bowl, combine all ingredients except pecans. Cover and chill till ready to serve. Just before serving, add pecans and mix well. Great ...
Rinse grapes; drain well. ... a bowl. Smooth sour cream over. Sprinkle ... Last, sprinkle pecan halves over brown sugar. Do not combine until ready to serve.
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