Remove from the oven and serve with the sirup from the apricots.
Pears, apricots, and egg plums may also be done in this manner.
Pare thin and halve four pounds of apricots, put them in a dish, and strew among them three pounds of fine loaf-sugar powdered.
Wine may be made of apricots by only bruising, and pouring the hot water upon them: this wine does not require so much sweetening.
Canned cherries, apricots or peaches may be substituted for fresh fruit.
Preserved peaches, apricots or cherries may be used instead of pineapples.
Rice pudding with apricots or peaches may be made the same way.
This dish can also be made of pears, dried apples or apricots.
"The apricots have all failed, and fully one-half of the peaches are worm-eaten," said she, dryly.
Tito bought some apricots, and cakes, and comfits, and put them into her apron.