Chili Spiced Watermelon Rosé Granita
This watermelon rosé granita uses a homemade chamoy sauce to add some spice to a fruity, refreshing drink.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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Apricot Pineapple Chipotle Glazed Ham
Liven up the holiday ham with a spicy-sweet glaze of apricot jam, pineapple juice and chipotle chili pepper. Try the glaze also on pork tenderloin or chicken.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Apricot Glazed Chicken recipe - The Daily Meal
This recipe combines apricot jam, mustard, lemon juice and soy sauce, among other ingredients, to flavor the chicken. Roasting the chicken on a rack will ensure even cooking.This recipe was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Baltimore Peach Cake recipe - The Daily Meal
Peach cake is one of those uniquely Baltimore things that live long in people's memories. It may surprise some, but throughout the 1800s millions of peaches were grown every summer on Maryland's Eastern Shore and shipped all across the country. The true Baltimore peach cake is always a yeast-based cake, and most neighborhood bakeries make it as a large sheet cake rather than as a round cake so it can easily be sliced into nice, big squares and maximize the amount of peaches per slice. When peaches are plentiful in markets and roadside stands, pick up some luscious, ripe ones and make this cake as a special treat for family and friends.This recipe was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Thinkstock
Make your chicken tenders with fruity pebbles — yes fruity pebbles. You’ll have a crunchy, sweet, and savory tender with an apricot barbecue sauce.
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Krafne
We were in the region of Međimurje, in northern Croatia, during for the carnival-like celebration called Fašnik this February. This is a time of celebrations signifying the end of winter darkness and the welcoming of spring. During this time, there is a parade on Sunday through the center of the town of Čakovec. Here you can see people dressed up as scarecrows and masked demons, though some of the locals wear fancy dress outfits that aren’t as scary. At the end of the parade, they burn an effigy stuffed with hay to signify victory over the demons of darkness, as well as to mark the end of festivities. This is the occasion for people to eat krafne — doughnuts — and because they’re a specialty of this particular time of year, people can easily down three or four in one sitting.  
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turkey
Kahlua Turkey is really all about the gravy that you get from it. You take equal parts of apricot jam and kahlua, and mix them together in the food processor, then baste your turkey with it.  I usually do 1/2 cup of apricot jam and 1/2 cup of kahlua. Roast your turkey as usual. I will say, you do not get a crispy skin on your turkey with this recipe, and i know that's what some people are after. You want the drippings from the pan. Drain them into a separtor to get the fat off(use that to make the gravy, and add more if necessary). I use equal parts of fat and flour to make my gravy, along with chicken stock I've either made ahead of time, or just low sodium canned. Whichever works best for you. I usually make 6-8 cups of gravy.
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Vanilice
This is a gem of a recipe. If you prefer to make your own jam for it, go right ahead, but they taste equally good with a nice quality store-bought jam.
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Prawn and Avocado Salad
This sweet and spicy Asian-inspired salad is just what you need to add to your weekly summer meal staples.This recipe is courtesy of Bonne Maman.
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