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Always something new to live for in life!
Sunday, July 3, 2011
My friend with a broken foot made us some Vitello Tonnato when I took my mom to visit her again...
This time, she decorated the dish with some gigantic Italian capers... if I recall correctly, she might have brought it all the way back from Italy herself.
Apparently, with these capers, you have to soak it in water for something like over night or a day. Otherwise, it might be too salty.
As you can see, the capers are almost as big as the cornichon. When I first saw these big-behind capers, I though they were figs... lol
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