This week’s Food Word of the Week is:
Also known as muscat, a variety of sweet grapes grown for wine, raisins and table grapes.
Used in a sentence: When bringing your parents and new in-laws out to the St. Paul Grill for an appreciation dinner, it is important to practice moderation — in both food and beverage. After overindulging in a giant salad, the world’s largest piece of salmon, spinach, hash browns, asparagus and several bites of dessert, I did not need that sweet, clear glass of moscato. But I drank half anyway.