No, that’s not a spelling mistake. I do mean “currant” with an “a.”
Here’s what happened.
First thing in the morning I go into the kitchen to put the coffee on.
Hmph! No coffee ground.
Get the beans and pour them into the grinder. I have dark roast and medium roast. These look like … can’t really tell …should have labeled the jar.
Oh well, here goes. Put the cap on the grinder and … wait a minute! These look like awfully small beans ….
WHAAAAT? That’s not coffee! I taste a “bean” to be sure. They’re currants!
I’m struggling to wake up. My eyes are only half open. And as you can see in the photo below, one of the pot lights has a burned out bulb. They are connected three to a switch and only two of this set are on.
I made scones the other day and put currants in them. I always put away the ingredients when I finish baking, but I hadn’t put away the jar with currants in them. As you can see below, they look very much like the coffee beans that I keep on the counter because I’m always needing to grind more coffee.
With the poor lighting from the burnt out bulb, I couldn’t see that one jar had something other than coffee beans in it. So maybe there are two dimbulbs around here.
Of course, I can forgive myself for almost making pureed currants.
I hadn’t had my first cup of coffee yet.