Fall Muscadine Dinner (Elegant & Earthy)

Welcome to kimberly’s COOKHOUSE by the Lake.

As a child in the South… the Muscadine (purple wild southern grape) & Scuppernong (bronze) were a treat when we would walk in the woods of the Mountains.

My favorite way to eat them is RAW!┬áThe other traditional ways are Jams & Jellies… they have THE best flavor for this. There is also wine… In fact, The Historic Biltmore House will tell you, it was the first wine in their cellars.

The ways I will show you here are maybe not so expected. This is an elegant but earthy dinner that highlights one of my all time favorite fruits.

It is a full course meal… Dessert however will have to be show at a later date, but a “Hull Cobbler” is AMAZING.

Keep in mind, if you have access to woods in the Southeast… your ingredient is FREE…just go gather them. Of course, all your grocers care them as well.

SPECIAL Thanks & Graditude to The Happy Berry for their help with this one

www.thehappyberry.com

This was my first attempt at VLOGing I have learned to get you better audio… thank you for your patience.

~kimberly kelly

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About kimberly kelly

I have been in media my whole life, a decade of Morning Radio Shows & a decade of Hosting Television Shows both cable & affiliate. Food is a passion & after sharing this BLOG with viewers... it kinda' grew a life of it's own. Nothing fancy t's just me - sharing what generation(s) in my family & friends & those in travels along the way shared. Food is an expression of ones self and a humble offering to loved ones. One of the best expressions of love. You get "One Trip"... skimp on the material things in life, food is your lifeline though -never skimp on your food! Food can be a positive affect on your health, but also the power to make one feel love. I hope I can show you some of both. Growing & cooking outdoors, is a reminder where our food should come... the ground & not just a shelf.
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6 Responses to Fall Muscadine Dinner (Elegant & Earthy)

  1. Jennifer says:

    Much appreciated for the information and share!

  2. Ginni says:

    Thank you for sharing! I really enjoy watching your cookhouse VLOG’s. How have I lived in the South for 15 years and never heard of Muscadine’s? I can’t wait to try them.

    • kimb3825 says:

      Ginni…. thank you so much for the kind words. Made me smile! Muscadines are still kinda in season now, grocery stores even carry them.. think grape with a attitude Hahaaaa
      Please please… share the COOKHOUSE with friends
      very grateful,
      -kimberly

  3. Ellen says:

    Wow, great site! Can’t wait to try some of these recipes, esp. the muscadine/ goat cheese appetizers. Come on, we need a good restaurant in Six Mile. ;)

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