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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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Mix together parsley, lemon zest, garlic, capers and pepper and coat the chicken, cover and refrigerate for a few hours.
Origin and botanical information of Caper and Ritha
Since Critter Capers aims to be as hands-on as possible (and to save on event prep time), each detective actually makes his own reward on our button-making machine.
The export of capers in Jizzakh region amounted to $33.
Borrowing this technique, I cooked chicken piccata and lavished the lemon butter sauce with fried capers.
In a study published in the September 2010 journal Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, scientists identified significant amounts of antioxidants and a fair amount of vitamin C in capers.
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.
Capers will be responsible for organizing the efforts of the inside sales team, leading the account management team to enhance customer relationships, and working closely with the outside sales team to develop new strategies for sales initiatives with corporate concepts and acquiring banks.
Transfer to a serving plate and sprinkle with capers and a squeeze of lemon.
So like the lazy lark I headed into the garden for my first crop of capers at 11.
Ingredients - Serves four 20 new potatoes, peeled if desired then boiled and quartered Two shallots, finely chopped Eight teaspoons capers For the dressing: Four teaspoons wholegrain mustard Three tablespoons olive oil salt and pepper to taste Half bunch flat parsley leaves picked off the stalk Baby gem lettuce to serve MethodMake while potatoes are still warm by tossing potatoes with capers and shallots.
A judge (Michael Rooker) finds him guilty of "superhero brutality" and sentences him to serve time at Super Capers, a sort of purgatory for superheroes-in-training.