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September 01, 2007


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I love capers in just about anything. The recipe in this post sounds just great; I'm saving it to try!


Capperi, what a nice post! ^_^
Capers, I love them, too!:P
I've also seen the movie, it's very funny!

kus ^.^

Simona Carini

Hi Kalyn. The recipe is a mix of ingredients I read here and there. I think it has a nice balance.

Hi Fabdo and thanks. The movie is indeed very funny.


I can actually get both the tiny ones and the medium size ones here - I'm so happy! We love them, too. Your spread wouldn't last long in our fridge, either!


I just made a Labor Day salad (potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, goat cheese) with a dressing much like your pâté: capers, kalamatas, anchovies, garlic, olive oil, and lemon juice. Hard to stop nibbling at it.


This is a lovely post! I will try your olive pate'. :)

Simona Carini

Hi Katie, I like them in all sizes.

Hi Julia, I believe you. Anchovies! I have to write about them soon. I have a funny story.

Welcome Ahn and thanks.


Capperi! Another new expression for me. ;-)

Simona Carini

Hi Paz, I hope you'll enjoy saying it.

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