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During the summer, try things that are in season like blueberries, raspberries, cherries, and stone fruit like peaches, plums, and apricots.
On Monday, Porter will pour both Black Cap, a Foeder-aged ale poured over raspberries, and Golden Stone, a stone fruit brew pungent with peach, apricot and nectarine; both were brewed last year.
And Ghouta, now a place of horror and chlorine gas, meant orchards of peaches, apricots, pears and almonds that supplied Damascus with sweetness.
Cherries, apples and apricots are full of fruity malic acid, and the microbes in the kefir culture manufacture creamy lactic and bracing acetic acid.
Inside each capsule is Biotherm’s hydrating formula of nourishing shea butter and apricot oil, anti-inflammatory Marine-Christe extract, and moisturizing antioxidant vitamin E that feels great on my skin and has a light fruity scent.
The oatmeal, cranberry, coconut and apricot cookies used to come topped with a Hershey bar.
The accompaniments were stone-ground mustard, pickled radishes, peppers and slightly spicy apricots, homemade cream cheese and toast.
From those peaches and apricots, picked when tiny, boiled in syrup and sun-dried, Bassam Ghraoui’s workers made candied fruits so jewel-like that they were packed in silver boxes.
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Origin and Etymology of apricot
APRICOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of apricot for English Language Learners
: a small orange-colored fruit that is related to the peach and plum
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