Eugenia Bone's Colorado neighbor, Beulah Fletcher, is 98 and still cooking. She has been making a version of this apricot honey for 77 years. She doesn't know why it's called a honey, but maybe it's because of the consistency and sweetness. Bone spreads it on pancakes instead of maple syrup. Beulah says apricot honey also makes a delicious flavoring for homemade ice cream. This recipe is adapted from one she published in Fruit Fixins of the North Fork 1882-1972.