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  • noun Plural form of redcurrant.

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  • They also grow asparagus, redcurrants and rhubarb, so a stay on this lovely, working farm on the Gower Peninsula could be the healthiest holiday of your life.

    The 10 best campsites for food lovers

  • We also have numerous beds of bush fruits: raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, and redcurrants.

    My Garden, part 4 « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • The redcurrants used by Ballymaloe adds a subtle bittersweetness which works really well with the sweet strawberries, and gives the jam a lovely scarlet colour too, but the zingy tartness of the lemons win the day for me – as Pam the Jam so wisely observed, it really lifts the flavour.

    How to make perfect strawberry jam

  • Open all year; £10 person per night, £5 per child 5-16, under-5s free; 07906 265435The simple campsite on this large, working farm is pretty old-fashioned, but it has luxurious access to really good pick-your-own fruit and vegetables including strawberries, raspberries, redcurrants, blackcurrants, gooseberries, broad beans and peas.

    The 10 best campsites for food lovers

  • Summer pudding (made in the evening so it is ready for the next day) needs little introduction, but at this stage of the year I am swapping the redcurrants for other fruit.

    Nigel Slater's chicken, basil mayonnaise and summer plum pudding recipes

  • I freeze the rest, for use later in pies and crumbles, but the redcurrants seem a bit incongruous.

    Currant events

  • I have more redcurrants than I can shake a stick at.

    Currant events

  • I've got an allotment with five redcurrant bushes, inherited from an old Polish guy who clearly loved redcurrants.

    Currant events

  • It is a mixed bluebell wood of hazel, ash, sweet chestnut, oak and cherry, with a good deal of elder in its under-storey, and interesting things like wild redcurrants.

    Wildwood

  • It is a mixed bluebell wood of hazel, ash, sweet chestnut, oak and cherry, with a good deal of elder in its under-storey, and interesting things like wild redcurrants.

    Wildwood

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