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gooseberry in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgooseberrygoose‧ber‧ry /ˈɡʊzbəri, ˈɡuːz-, ˈɡuːs- $ ˈɡuːsberi/ noun (plural gooseberries) [countable]  1 HBPDFFa small round green fruit that grows on a bush and has a sour taste2 be a gooseberry
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gooseberryStrongly flavoured with apricot, gooseberry and peach fruit, there is also a gloss of caramel.Other new season good fruit buys are gooseberries, redcurrants and blackcurrants.Grandad was the gardener and planted a lot of fruit trees, including gooseberry, blackcurrant, plum and loganberry for the jam-making.One hundred years later there were 722 varieties of gooseberries and 171 gooseberry shows at which to exhibit them.Give a little extra nitrogen to blackcurrants and cooking apples; extra potash to gooseberries and red and white currants.Can you identify vanilla, gooseberries or blackcurrants for example?