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Pour the currant sauce over the dish, garnish with the fresh oregano or parsley, and serve.
But Norah has always been accustomed to half a glass of currant wine at dessert.
Always have some currant jelly on the table to eat with roast mutton.
Strawberry, grape, currant and other juices may be substituted for raspberry.
It will be the better for adding a glass of currant wine also.
If desired, a little raspberry or currant juice may be added to make the jelly of a pink color.
I was close before I saw him, for he was sitting down and the currant bushes were between.
Same ingredients as above, but cover each cake with currant jelly and roll into a roll.
It had a blemish, in the nature of currant jelly, on its chin; and was a thirsty child.
c.1500, from raysyn of Curans (mid-14c.) "raisins of Corinth," with the -s- mistaken for a plural inflection. From Anglo-French reisin de Corauntz. The small, seedless raisins were exported from southern Greece. Then in 1570s the word was applied to an unrelated Northern European berry (genus Ribes), recently introduced in England, on its resemblance to the raisins.