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Grape salad may not be the first side dish that comes to mind, but most Southerners have seen this fruit salad at a picnic or potluck at least once in their lives.  

Juicy, sweet grapes explode with flavor and are encased in a creamy, refreshing dressing. A sprinkle of walnuts and brown sugar provide crunch and 

temper the sweetness, making this grape salad a standout side dish or simple dessert.

 Grape salad recipes are common in church and community cookbooks, presumably dating back to the 1950s, when fruit salads were fashionable. 

These recipes were passed down, and over time, variations on the classic dish began to appear in restaurants around the country.

Learn how to prepare a classic grape salad and enjoy displaying it at your next family gathering. 

Grapes without seeds, both red and green The salad's base is naturally sweet and juicy. The red and green variations provide color contrast.

Sour cream adds smoothness and a subtle tang to the salad, balancing its richness. Cream cheese thickens the creamy layers and enhances the tanginess of the sour cream.

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