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Apricot Sorbet Recipes

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on July 16, 2015 0 Comments
Apricot Sorbet Recipes

It’s easy to turn fresh apricots into Honey Apricot Vanilla Sorbet or Brown Sugar Almond Apricot Sorbet. And a great way to celebrate National Ice Cream Month!   Earlier this week I mentioned that I had purchased 27 pounds of very ripe apricots. After eating my fill, my thoughts turned to canning. But after canning […]

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Make and Freeze Apricot Puree Now – Use Later

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on July 19, 2016 0 Comments
Make and Freeze Apricot Puree Now – Use Later

Overwhelmed by the fresh fruit harvest? It’s easy to make puree now and use it later. Apricots: Velvety. Tangy. Sweet. Just biting into one makes your mouth sing. The Greeks referred to apricots as “the golden egg of the sun.” Apricots are loved by people all over the world. The only drawback? The season is […]

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How to Make Apricot Paste

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How to Make Apricot Paste

Apricot paste, a thick fruit leather-like confection, is a popular Middle Eastern treat. There is a family story that my mother ate tons of fresh apricots from the German market across the street while pregnant with me. Maybe that’s why I have always loved apricots. Fresh apricots are best, but I won’t turn down dried […]

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Homemade Raspberry Apricot Jam

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on July 13, 2015 1 Comment
Homemade Raspberry Apricot Jam

What do you get when you combine raspberries and apricots? A sweet-tart jam perfect for topping scones or biscuits!   Last week I purchased a 27 pound box of large, juicy, luscious apricots. They suffered from sun scald which affected their beauty, but not their taste. The apricots were too large, too ripe, and too […]

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Ice Cream and Candy

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Ice Cream and Candy

  Apricot Cheesecake Ice Cream Apricot Sorbet Recipes Apricot Syrup Frozen Yogurt Buttermilk Grape-Nuts Ice Cream Cherry Almond Caramels Chocolate Raspberry Sherbet Dairy Free Cherry Apricot Ice Cream Dairy Free Watermelon Sherbet Ginger Ice Cream with Fig Jam Ripple Mango Frozen Yogurt Marbled Peppermint Bark Non-Dairy Cinnamon Ice Cream Nutella Frozen Yogurt Spiked Cherry Cordials […]

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Dairy-Free Watermelon Sherbet

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Dairy-Free Watermelon Sherbet

Watermelon sherbet is a refreshing treat on a hot summer’s day. It’s watermelon season. Sweet and juicy, maybe nothing says summer more than watermelon. I remember planting watermelon seeds in third grade as a school project. I babied that seedling, and with my father’s help managed to coax a small watermelon out of it before […]

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Lightly Spiced Mixed Stone Fruit

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on August 11, 2016 4 Comments
Lightly Spiced Mixed Stone Fruit

Combine tasty stone fruits and a bit of unusual spice for a mixed fruit treat. I was one of those kids who loved canned fruit cocktail. It seemed pretty exotic to those of us who lived in cold, remote places back in the ’60s. It also helped that as a kid I didn’t have much […]

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It’s National Ice Cream Month

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It’s National Ice Cream Month

So what is the difference between ice cream, gelato, and other frozen treats? July is National Ice Cream Month, and not a moment too soon. Here in the west we are suffering through a heat wave. Frequent ice cream is one of the only perks of this weather. Which led me to wonder, what is […]

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Mixed Fruit in Light Honey Syrup

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on September 10, 2014 0 Comments
Mixed Fruit in Light Honey Syrup

Canning is a good way to preserve late harvest fruit. Every summer I can a few jars of mixed fruit. It’s the grown-up version of that childhood treat, fruit cocktail. Earlier this summer it was a combination of early peaches, apricots, cherries, and mango. The jars were beautiful and I look forward to savoring the […]

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