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Apricot, Orange and Chocolate Chip Loaf

Apricot, Orange and Chocolate Chip Loaf

At first glance, you might not think that chocolate and apricots go together – or, at least, several of my tasters seemed to have this opinion when I brought this quickbread out. They were converted to the combination immediately after their first bite (at which time I pointed out that chocolate-dipped dried apricots are actually quite common). Fruit and chocolate make a great combination in ... Read More »

Vanilla Honey Poached Apriums

The more fruit you have in the kitchen at any given time, the more difficult it is to use it up before some of it begins to become overripe. Apples, for instance, are durable, but the majority of summer produce – stone fruits, berries, etc. – either continues to ripen on your counter or simply starts to go bad the minute it comes through the ... Read More »

Pluots, apriums and Floyd Zaiger

Pluots and apriums

If you want to find the best fruits you can, your best bet is to find out what is in season and seek it out from a high-quality vendor at a good local farmer’s market, where the produce will be the freshest. If you want to find the perfect fruit, however, your best bet is to become a biologist who specializes in fruit genetics. Biologist ... Read More »

Apricot Beer Bread

  “You have to try this beer. ” “It’s only 7:30 in the morning. I think it’s a little early for that.” “Well, I didn’t mean you have to try it this instant. It’ll still be here later. But you really do have to try some. ” We open the refrigerator door. “Pyramid Apricot Ale? I used to live pretty close to their brewery, although ... Read More »

Apricot Ginger Oat Biscuits

I decided to name these biscuits, rather than cookies, because they are based on Anzac biscuits, the crunchy, oaty, eggless Aussie favorite. The biscuits are a favorite of mine, too, as I love anything that is full of oats. Niki has a good, standard recipe, full of oats and dessicated (shredded) coconut. The biscuits I made lack the coconut that is typical of Anzac biscuits ... Read More »

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