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What to cook: At their ripest, apricots are a simple but perfect snack, served alongside a few napkins to help with each juicy bite.
Thin young fruits on nectarines, apricots and other deciduous fruit trees.
Sticky, sweet baklava, the treat of countless kebab shops, is elegantly reconfigured with walnut and warm apricot and a swipe of fresh farmer’s cheese.
And warmer tones like apricot, orange and coral are especially enchanting on brown skin.
Sweet, savory and a bit of spice makes these cardamom-poached apricots perfect for your next summer get together.
Raspberries, cherries, blueberries, peaches, apricots, plums.
Regulars rave over the crab cakes, chicken pot pie, shrimp quesadillas and white chocolate and apricot scones.
There’s apple, blackberry, peach, cherry and apricot.
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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
APRICOT Defined for Kids
History for apricot
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