Apricots in Honey, Vanilla & Lemon Thyme Syrup

Apricots Honey, Thyme & Chamomile | In Jennie's Kitchen

I’m on the fence whether sharing this recipe is a good or bad thing. Depending on where you live, apricot season may be done. Up here in the Hudson Valley, apricots seem to be an endangered species. They were non-existent the last three years due to crop damage from late spring frosts. Stone fruits are particularly vulnerable when a cold blast hits after weeks of warm weather. Once the trees start to bloom, a late, unexpected frost can take out an entire season’s harvest.

The weather cooperated producing the first apricots at Montgomery Place Orchards in a few years, and yet it still wasn’t enough for them to be a reliable source. I’d all but given up hope on finding them this season. Continue reading…

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