CURRANTS    Not to be confused with dried currants (which are tiny raisins made from Zante grapes), these dainty berries deliver a big, tart taste. Black currants, called cassis in French, are used to make crème de cassis liqueur. Discover how to pick, prep & cook with at: http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/ingredients-guide/currants-00100000062658/index.html

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CURRANTS Not to be confused with dried currants (which are tiny raisins made from Zante grapes), these dainty berries deliver a big, tart taste. Black currants, called cassis in French, are used to make crème de cassis liqueur. Discover how to pick, prep & cook with at: http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/ingredients-guide/currants-00100000062658/index.html

Very easy and delicious, the Kir Cocktail is a simple recipe that mixes wine (Champagne, white or red wine, and other options) with blackcurrant liqueur.

Kir and Kir Royale

Very easy and delicious, the Kir Cocktail is a simple recipe that mixes wine (Champagne, white or red wine, and other options) with blackcurrant liqueur.

Papaya Crème with Cassis Liqueur (can replace the liqueur with a black current syrup {1 med papaya, 5 scoops of vanilla bean ice cream, 3 tbl creme de cassis})

Papaya Crème with Cassis Liqueur

Papaya Crème with Cassis Liqueur (can replace the liqueur with a black current syrup {1 med papaya, 5 scoops of vanilla bean ice cream, 3 tbl creme de cassis})

Blackcurrant Liqueur (Crème de cassis) @ allrecipes.co.uk

Blackcurrant Liqueur (Crème de cassis)

cassis-liqueur - Johannisbeeren-Likör selber machen. Foto-Anleitung und Rezept

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cassis-liqueur - Johannisbeeren-Likör selber machen. Foto-Anleitung und Rezept

This is the lovely sirop that goes into a kir (with white wine), a kir royale (with champagne) or a communard (with red wine). It is also wonderful as an apertif or to pour over ice cream or use as a syrup with various desserts. It takes 4 to 6 months(not included in preparation time), but little effort, and the result far exceeds what you can buy at the liquor store. The serving size is a guess.

Creme De Cassis (Currant Liqueur)

This is the lovely sirop that goes into a kir (with white wine), a kir royale (with champagne) or a communard (with red wine). It is also wonderful as an apertif or to pour over ice cream or use as a syrup with various desserts. It takes 4 to 6 months(not included in preparation time), but little effort, and the result far exceeds what you can buy at the liquor store. The serving size is a guess.

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