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capers

[′kā·pərz]
(food engineering)
The buds and berries of the caper plant (Capparis spinosa) pickled and used as a condiment.
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Instead of capers this dish works really well with salted black beans and lime.
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Serves 250g Scotty Brand Ayrshire new potatoes 1 red onion, thinly sliced 1tbsp baby capers or finely-chopped cornichons 100g baby spinach or rocket 3 tomatoes, sliced 50g goats cheese, crumbled 1tsp butter Scottish rapeseed oil Salt and freshly-ground black pepper
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The export of capers in Jizzakh region amounted to $33.
The economic importance of caper plant (young flower buds, known as capers, are greatly favored for seasoning and different parts of the plant are used in the manufacture of medicines and cosmetics) led to a significant increase in both the area under cultivation and production levels during the late 1980s.
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Capers grow wild all over Mediterranean, their pretty pink and white flowers seem to appear overnight from the most inhospitable of rocky clefts.
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I'm not sure what they are, but I love capers with fish and cold meats and know they're very expensive.
THERE was a dramatic aftermath to the North Yorkshire Grand National at Catterick yesterday when judge Alastair Stewart changed his mind several minutes after he had announced 12-1 shot Classic Capers as the winner, writes Colin Russell.
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