'apricot' on Serious Eats

Rustic Apricot Jam

This recipe yields a very chunky, rustic jam that relies entirely on the fruit's natural pectin, in concert with sugar, lemon juice, and heat, to set perfectly. This jam works well with Blenheim apricots, or any other small, freestone apricot (apricots that have pits that pop out easily, rather than clinging to the flesh). More

Apricot Rum Fizz

This cocktail is a slightly modified version of Toast's Apricot Fizz. Not that their drinks aren't brilliant, mind, it's just that I personally don't care for spiced rum (I think the "spice" is added by distillers in attempt to mask the lower quality of the rum), and I prefer the sharp sass of ginger beer over ginger ale's plebeian sweetness. More

Grilling: Dried Fruit Stuffed Pork Loin

Christmas is a relatively new experience for me as a Jewish New Yorker, but my wife's family holiday celebrations have formed my idea of the Christmas meal: sweet, meaty, and overly indulgent. This dried fruit stuffed pork loin fulfilled on those three requirements—the juicy piece of meat was nothing but savory-sweet goodness. More

Cook the Book: Sachertorte

The Sachertorte is basically a dense chocolate cake layered with apricot jam and finished with a chocolate glaze. The Viennese generally consider the cake to be too dry to eat on its own so it is typically served with a dollop of schlag, or sweetened whipped cream, but if you ask me, I think it's just an excuse to enjoy a little more whipped cream. More

Bread Baking: Walnut Apricot Bread

I wasn't in the mood for sweet, sticky, chunky, nutty rolls. But when I thought about the flavor of walnuts, they seemed like they'd add an interesting flavor component to the loaf without overwhelming it. Rather than adding sugar, I wanted to go with a natural sweetness—that's where the Turkish apricots came in. More

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