Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Fill Jars With Sunshine




Cover the bottom of a pot with water; throw in sliced apricots; sprinkle over sugar; cook, stirring once in a while, on low-medium heat, until fruit has melted; taste and add more sugar if too tart; fill clean glass jars with sunshine; keep in fridge and eat with yogurt, ice cream, on toast, sprinkle with granola, make into an apricot crumble or apricot bars. Or give to a friend.

xoxo country girl

today, one year ago: my 10 words

17 comments:

  1. Mmmmm! I always say that apricots are one of the very few fruits that are better cooked (unless you're in a warm country with a tree growing in your garden that is!) Gorgeous post & recipe xox

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  2. oh yes please. sounds simple enough that maybe i could manage it! :)

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  3. Sunshine, pure sunshine. And the second tree I planted at out new home? An apricot of course.

    I love them quick frozen and dried too.

    Love you,

    S (I'm supposed to be writing right now, but it looks like hookey to me)

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  4. those look like beautiful gems! I would love some with yogurt right about now!!

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  5. Hi there, I just wanted to say that today is the first time I'm viewed your blog (via your comment on A Day In The Country) and I really enjoyed it. I used to live in Europe and have a number of angel babies in heaven (and one three year old baby girl here at home!!). I also love & adore the country life....working to make my own life more "country". So I felt some things in common. Look forward to following your blog!

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  6. Couldn't find apricots at the Farmer's Market today. So, I'm gonna give it a go with the yummy peaches we bought :D Thanks for this post...can't wait to eat this yummy goodness!

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  7. delicious! i will have to make a trip to the farmer's market this weekend!

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  8. dawn...your photographs are so beautiful...this looks wonderful...

    i have an heirloom blenheim apricot in my garden..and YEP...not ONE apricot on it this year...or any year :-{

    i had such high hopes for that tree...but it is a pretty tree..i enjoyed looking back on your 10 words...that would be EXACTLY my list too...
    sending love, my sweet friend
    getting closer to little Boston :-)


    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  9. That's the kind of sunshine I love! Sweet and edible... Gorgeous!! Love, Silke

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  10. yum and so pretty. I am new to your blog and luv it. BTW, I have a giveaway over at my blog http://aspoonfulofdish.blogspot.com, come on over and check it out.

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  11. Oh Dawn..what a lovely post. Yummm...I want some! :) This sounds so simple and yet so wonderful!! Thank you so much for sharing this post full of 'sunshine'...

    Blessings.......
    xoxo Gert

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  12. Yup, I've been jamming too - we've done raspberry, apricot, peach and cherry...I think I'm all jammed out. Some are a little too runny for my liking too despite tests etc...a little annoying! xxx

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  13. yes please! i'm going to try it....seems simple enough that i can handle this task...
    hope you are well sweet friend!
    xo.
    k

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  14. you are ridiculously talented:)

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  15. sounds divine. and yes like paula said, you are ridiculously talented. domestic diva.

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