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Jam Tomorrow

Ambrosial apricots

In a chilly spring the apricot trees of Cappadocia were frothing with white blossom. By early summer the boughs would be heavy with fruit, to be eaten fresh from the branch, dried in the sun – or made into conserves like bottled sunshine for the cold winter months. Text and photographs by Berrin Torolsan

This feature includes the history of the apricot and its qualities, and a selection of recipes for both sweet and savoury dishes.

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