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redcurrant

1. a N temperate shrub, Ribes rubrum, having greenish flowers and small edible rounded red berries: family Grossulariaceae
2. 
a. the fruit of this shrub
b. (as modifier): redcurrant jelly
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We can 40 to 50 pints of red currant jelly and also put up many quarts jars of currant juice for breakfast use.
For the main course we'dprobably have roast lamb with lots of red currant jelly and roasted vegetables.
Grilled elk loin with red currant sauce ($29) and broiled Australian lobster (10 to 12 ounces, $32) served with fresh herbs and clarified butter are being served.
Jean-Christophe Novelli used some of the finest sandwich ingredients to make the snack, with jam based on a 14th century recipe in which red currant seeds are removed by hand using a goose quill.
Heat jars of prepared yellow mustard and red currant jelly with a few chopped onions in a stovetop saucepan.
Following on from snowdrops, daffodils and crocus, red currant, forsythia and winter heliotrope are a popular combination adding more red, yellow and pink to the palette of early spring colours in Merseyside gardens.
Among the brighter contemporary hues are Blueberry, Ripe Plum, Red Currant and Ponderosa Pine.
Photo: A holiday hit: roast capon with red currant sauce and spicy poached pears.
Dominant floral aromas of raspberry, wild strawberry and red currant explode on the nose and are already emanating as delicious flavors on the palate.
There are three main courses on offer - including a traditional roast dinner (beef, pork or lamb) with red currant and chive stuffing, goose fat roasties and all the trimmings.
Unhampered by heavy-handed tannin, the brightness of its intense cherry, blackcurrant and red currant fruit comes shining through - to be joined by inviting touches of mint and violet.

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