Grapes are famous for cooling down the body and are great for overactive people. I always make it for busy weekends because it's very quick and easy to make.
I used half red and half green grapes for color. I wanted a grape salad for an Easter dinner and this was the closest I could find to what I had in mind. The dressing was the real issue with this recipe! The flavor was nice; very fresh and citrusy, not too sweet but a good contrast to the grapes, with the lemon and honey. The problem was that there was way too much of it, and it was so runny that if I had served it as instructed we would have eated the salad out of bowls with spoons! I ended up pouring half of it down the drain, then adding several more spoonfuls of mayo to the dressing to thicken it. That helped, but as we were running out of time to put dinner on the table it wasn't quite to my satisfaction. Still too runny, and the leftovers didn't get eaten. This will need some tweaking. - 02 May 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Simply too much dressing. I cut it back, but not enough. Used a combo of red & green grapes, garnished with some chopped pecans, and it is pretty tasty. - 08 Oct 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)