red currant

  1. small red berries used primarily in jams and jellies
  2. cultivated European current bearing small edible red berries
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  • Biscuit base filled with lemon scented Ilalian ricotta cheese, decorated with strawberries and red currants.
  • The white bordered by the red currant is also down the side of the chest of the shirt. Archive 2009-09-01
  • It wanted to turn when Luz watched Trisha biting into one of the cream-filled brandy snaps, so she was careful not to look at Rob when he helped himself to a cream dariole, a custard tart topped with red currant jelly and whipped cream. The Glory Game
  • Red currants are quite tart and usually need sugar or honey.
  • Trees planted since 2001 include the river bush willow, the cheesewood, the red currant, the mountain seringa, the baobab and the wild pomegranate.
  • After the savouries came the sweetmeats; marchpane and gingerbread and little coffers of pastry filled with sugared currants and topped with yellow cream. Dearly Beloved
  • Since then we have cleared ground and are now the proud owners of two red currant bushes, a gooseberry - and thanks to the generosity of a kind-hearted neighbour - a row of Mediterranean garlic.
  • Taste: The palate is dry and supple with hints of red currant and blueberry overtones.
  • Two veggie dumplings, some grilled asparagus with soy sauce (decorated with the heart cutout from the omelette), carrot sticks, a cherry tomato, a sprig of red currants and two candies in the small compartment. Bento #146 – egg roll « Were rabbits
  • To propagate, follow the same procedure as with red currants - take cuttings in late fall or early spring, or propagate by layering.
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