The ideal apricot experience requires concentration. Few things capture summer’s carefree spirit like a perfect piece of fruit. Eating berries off the vine, still warm from the sun, is a pastoral trope. In the hot weather, nothing tastes as good as a sweet, fragrant peach, a juicy bite of watermelon or, as William Carlos Williams once noted, an ice-cold plum. And then there are apricots.
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