And I Can Cook, Too

Monday, September 24, 2007


The fox grape is a variety of berry that is thought to stem from an Old World species of vine known as V.vinifera. Varieties of fox grape include Concord grapes, California grapes, Red Globes, Ruby Seedless, and my personal favorite, Suppernong Grape.

Mankind has been making wine from this species of grape for centuries. It would be fun to travel to the part of the world where wine was first imbibed, but a few of years ago Mr. Bush decided to bomb it.


  • At 11:42 AM, Anonymous Lora said…

    I'd say you're looking rather spunky, cheery and healthy, there, Kristin. Thanks for including the occasional photo.


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