Sunday, July 08, 2007


The English word "currant" has been used
for this fruit only since 1550, taken from the
fruit's resemblance to the dried currants of
Greece, raisins made from a small seedless
grape. Currants grow best in summer humid.
Deb has currant shrubs in her garden that
she makes currant jellies. I love to eat English
muffin with currant jelly for breakfast.

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