Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Do you love apricots? Heck, even if you don't, you'll love these three ways to make apricot jam, with grapefruit, ginger or tangelo. Swear.
I love Red Pepper flakes as you can gather so this twist is super good with some cream cheese topped on a cracker or home made bread
Escoffier's recipe for apricot jam, and some information about apricot kernels: are they safe to eat or not?
For the Daring Cooks and for Tigress' Can Jam I made peach jam and apricot jam.
Here's a post I put up in 2009 for The Kitchn at Apartment Therapy on what to do if the fruit for your jam project is ripe and ready to go, but you just can't get it together for a full-on jam fest.
A farmers market manager and avid canner shares recipes for apricot jam, orangecello crema and roasted strawberry frozen yogurt. Via Noe Valley Voice.
Are Blenheim apricots homely? Well, yeah. But they make a prizewinning, flavor-packed jam. Add some amaretto liqueur and it'll be hard to keep your spoon out of the jar.
Noyaux, the kernels of stone fruit, lend a haunting almond flavor to jams -- because they're full of cyanide. But in small quantities, they're just delicious, not deadly.
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