Tuesday 30 June, 2015 by Uncle Spike
Apricots have become my new biscuits!
No biscuits for two weeks (fasting), but apricots do just nicely 🙂
| Tags: apricots, farming, fruit, gardening, photography, POSTADAY, turkey
Maybe you will never go back to biscuits.
What are the favourite biscuits in Turkey? Surely not Rich Tea!
Never seen them here. Maybe in tourist areas, or where there are Brits living in packs, but no, all Turkish made. Personally I go for natural wheat/raisin types.
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Really discovered the joys of fresh apricots for the first time this year. Two or three make a great meal. Their fuzzy skins are a plus.
🙂 m & jb
Agree. I have 5 of these smaller ones as part of my suhoor meal at the moment, and they a) taste great, and b) last ages in terms of sustenance 🙂
Mine all froze this year…third straight year in a row. Yours look good!
😦 Ours are ok, just few and very late
Do you have any idea or reference of how your area relates to the USDA zones–because man, your blog makes me want to live where you live. Apricots, ahhhhhhhh.
Had no idea what USDA zones were… Googled it – very interesting! Probably a 10a 🙂
I like apricots!
And, they are healthier as a bonus.
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