I have a question about the recipe "Concord Grape Upside-Down Cake" from Erin McDowell. What do you do about the pits in the grapes?
Are you channeling your best self with this comment? (If you're not sure, check out our Code of Conduct.)
would look for seedless ones. I often get seedless "thomcord" grapes, which are as good as the seedy concords.
Baking consultant at large at Food52, and author of The Fearless Baker (Fall 2017)
Hi Stephanie! There's instructions for removing the seeds as part of the jam making step in ste 1!
Finding the strength to keep cooking in America.
My Mother's Persian Zucchini Stew
The Yellowest Yellow Cake
Go On, Spread Out
The Unsung Vegetable You're Crazy About
Your #1 Loves