Black and Red Currants

Black and red currants grew in a garden I visited last year.

They’re ready to eat – if you’re not quick enough, the birds will get them!

Linking up with Daily Post’s dinner-themed challenge.

8 responses to “Black and Red Currants

  1. Yes 😀
    Great yummi shots ❤
    Italian and Slovenian: the noun comes from the medieval latin ribes, and this from the arabian word rībās (rabarbaro/a – rhubarb).
    Maybe the weird thing is that in italian the noun is male, in slovenian is female 😛
    Happy Sunday!


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