What happens when you roast grapes?
They stay intact, and shrivel just a little. Their natural sugars concentrate and caramelize, creating an explosion of wine-y, sweet juice when you pop one into your mouth and bite down.
They’ll spoil you, because eating a fresh grape just won’t be the same anymore.
Here, try for yourself in this easy dish of “Arugula Salad with Roasted Grapes.”
It’s from “Seriously Simple Parties” (Chronicle Books) by veteran cookbook author Diane Rossen Worthington, of which I received a review copy.
And who couldn’t use more seriously simple entertaining ideas with the holidays upon us?