6 inventive ways to enjoy grapes

Enjoy these easy and delicious grape recipes when you want to go beyond snacking on a cluster

Roasted Grapes with Oozy Cheese

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Roasted Grapes with Oozy Cheese

Roasting grapes brings out their intense sweetness; an earthy, creamy cheese counterbalances it.

Recipe:  Roasted Grapes with Oozy Cheese

Western Waldorf

Photo by Annabelle Breakey; Styling: Randy Mon

Western Waldorf

This fresh take on the classic Waldorf takes only 20 minutes to prepare and works as a side dish, a main course or even a light dessert.

The right apple variety to use: sweet-tart such as Pink Lady, Jonathan, or Piñata.

Recipe: Western Waldorf

A Thanksgiving side dish of Grape, Toasted Almond, and Sweet-Onion Salad.

Photography by Leigh Beisch; styling by Dan Becker

Grape, Toasted Almond, and Sweet-Onion Salad

With juicy grapes and crunchy almonds, this salad is a refreshing first course.

Recipe:  Grape, Toasted Almond, and Sweet-Onion Salad

Grilled Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Grapes

Grilled Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Grapes

The grapes on these kebabs caramelize on the grill, and that--along with the complex spices on the lamb--calls for a spicy, juicy wine. Serve the kebabs with hot couscous (we love the large Israeli variety).

Recipe:  Grilled Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Grapes

Roasted Grapes

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Roasted Grapes

This pairs well with braised veal, or can be used to sweeten up a yogurt parfait with toasted nuts.

Recipe:  Roasted Grapes

Butter Lettuce Salad with Walnuts and Grapes

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Butter Lettuce Salad with Walnuts and Grapes

This salad is super simple, yet elegant enough for a dinner party.

Recipe:  Butter Lettuce Salad with Walnuts and Grapes 

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