The Tasty Muscadine - Grape of the South

Elizabeth S. Reames, Patrick, Ruth  |  1/28/2005 11:12:00 PM

pub2422muscadineHIGHRES thumbnail

Download   pub2422muscadineHIGHRES / 1.28MB Publication ID: 2422

If you take a trip into wooded areas in Louisi­ana in late August and early September, you’ll find vines filled with clusters of small purple muscadines often called the “Grape of the South.” These wild delicacies have been gathered for centuries to make delicious jellies, jams and preserves. Recipes included. (PDF format only)
Rate This Article:

Have a question or comment about the information on this page?

Innovate . Educate . Improve Lives

The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture

Top