This evening’s snack: Apricots


Wednesday 17 June, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Having stated my Ramadan fasting a few days early, as you do, my focus for iftar (breaking of the fast), and suhoor (pre-fast meal) is long-lasting sustenance. Out go white bread and other short-lasting foodstuffs; replaced with complex carbs such as legumes and natural fibres. Fruit, as ever with us, plays a big part – why else would you live on a fruit farm?

So, for tonight’s midnight munching, it’s the turn of the Apricot. As with all the fruits this season, the apricots are late by over a month, almost two, and very few in number, but what we do have is certainly large, sweet and succulent.




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7 thoughts on “This evening’s snack: Apricots

  1. Spike, that is some fancy looking apricot! Looks delicious ..

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  2. JunkChuck says:

    That apricot is big enough to take out half of tokyo. We just don’t see them like that here in the USA. I’m jealous.

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  4. Gill McGrath says:

    Great looking apricot!

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