Servings: 4 as an appetizer
This messy-to-eat-but-totally-worth-it appetizer is a fabulous combination of sweet, salty, herby, and nutty flavors. Use scissors to cut the clusters into individual portions, and serve with plenty of napkins.
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Really yummy, but not for everyone. Gorgonzola isn't everyone's favorite, but for those who like it this is a big hit!
An easy and tasty appetizer. I read the reviews but left the grapes in clusters on the stems and we didn't find it hard to eat or too messy. A little hand wash before dinner is all you need!
Great taste and was a huge hit. Next time we will take grapes off the stems and may try "cooking" grapes slightly before putting cheese on them and then melting it. A definite keeper.
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