Apple orchards and picking your own apples.
Have you grabbed some delicious apples this fall yet? We did it two weeks back, and now we’re planning to stop by another orchard this weekend.
And grapes. Gorgeous succulent grapes. Here in Ontario, mostly in the Niagra region, there are plenty of grape farms. And wineries.
There are a few among them allowing to pick grapes on your own. How exciting this might be, eh?! And wine. But don’t get it twisted – I’m not concerned about it. At all.
Last year the farms didn’t offer this option due to the saviour winter and, as a result, the poor crops. It’s not clear yet, but some farms seem to have a good harvest. Anyways, you can always degustate some wine instead of picking the grapes, right?
But we haven’t got to a grape farm yet.
So, in a meanwhile, I’m sharing this beautiful recipe. Grape Roasted Chicken Thighs, with garlic, olive oil, ginger, and rosemary. Sounds damn good, doesn’t?
Few months back Deborah posted a picture of chicken roasted with olive oil and rosemary in her Instagram. When I saw that beauty, I knew I would inevitably make it!
And here we go! Delicious and so succulent Grape Roasted Chicken Thighs. I didn’t have a particular recipe, but as I’ve said many times, I always need an idea. And it definitely worked.
These thighs are almost phenomenal. With a glass of wine, it’s heaven. Ouch. Too many times a word “wine” in one post?
But indeed, would you spend a few hours on the road just to pick some grapes? 10 minutes of work?
So let’s have some
wine fun and make these delicious Grape Roasted Chicken Thighs.