Photo Phriday

Yesterday in Chinatown I passed a fruit vendor on the corner, just down the street from a theatre where I am working. On their display was something I never thought to see outside of the South: muscadines! Muscadines are a sort of wild grape that grows singularly on a vine (rather than in bunches). They grow wild all over the south, besides also being cultivated. They're delicious in a very wild sort of way, tasting much less cultivated than a grape.

Muscadines! Amazing... I guess you really can find just about anything in New York City, if you know where to look.

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