Currant Jelly

These, which start out with tiny, yellow, sweet smelling flowers (that bees love) turn in black currants (Ribes sp.) and eventually become jelly. Last year a robin came by in the spring and spent a week at our front doorstep eating last year's leavings. He became so tame he didn't fly when we walked out. Today I walked out and a robin (the same one?) has a head start, he's not waiting until spring. Guess I better get to pickin'

Black currant jelly.
Sorry for the bad jelly photo-was the best I could do.