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blackcurrant

1. a N temperate shrub, Ribes nigrum, having red or white flowers and small edible black berries: family Grossulariaceae
2. 
a. the fruit of this shrub
b. (as modifier): #5blackcurrant jelly
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Fortunately, a blackcurrant bush or two in the garden is an easy thing to achieve, and they do crop well - we got over 2 kilos from a pair of bushes in our fruit patch in only the first year of growth.
Whip a 284ml pot of whipping cream until fairly thick, then fold it into the blackcurrant mixture.
Divide half the blackcurrant puree between the glasses.
A new line of business with an extraction plant capable of making oils from mussels, blackcurrants and other sources is launched by PharmaZen.
Last week, Desmond Randall, from South London, asked if it was worth growing blackcurrants as he only had limited space in his garden.
I do a lot of home brewing and temperature is critical, so maybe being precise about the setting point made my blackcurrant jam the best in the world.
The new drink is created from a blend of British grown raspberries, strawberries and blackcurrants and joins the "home-grown-fruit" element of the range.
There's blackcurrant and plum along with vanilla, spice, herbs and just the right amount of acidity and tannin that will allow this wine to mature over the next few years.
You will also need: Glass bowl, jug, spoon, scissors / knife, an adult to help with making the jelly METHOD WITH an adult to help you, make the pack of blackcurrant jelly, pour into the glass bowl and place it in the fridge to set.
FREE BOTTLE OF APPLE & BLACKCURRANT SQUASH TERMS & CONDITIONS: This voucher entitles the holder to one free bottle of Double Strength No Added Sugar Apple & Blackcurrant squash from Aldi stores in Scotland between Sunday, September 2 and Sunday, September 9 inclusive, during opening hours.
Two to three blackcurrant bushes produce plenty of fruit for the average family at a spacing of 2m apart.