Concord Grape Pie

Two summers ago was the first time I baked and tasted grape pie. 

I followed a recipe in the Sept. 2008 issue of Bonappetit  to make use of the Concord grapes that grow in my backyard.  

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I’m lucky to have my own supply of Concord grapes, since they aren’t so popular in supermarkets.  

Concord grapes ripening on the vine

Concord grape harvest

The pie recipe I use calls for seedless red grapes, but I suggest that you use Concord grapes.  I’ve spotted them in more markets lately.  I don’t want you to miss out on the amazing pie and the juice strained from the Concord grapes during the pie prep.  

Concord grape juice

The taste of fresh, unfiltered Concord grape juice is nothing like grape juice from a bottle.  It’s hard to describe, but my sister calls it “nature’s candy”.

Note:  I cool the grape pie for at least 1.5 hours before serving. 


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