[Sca-cooks] extracting capers from the jar
karobert at unm.edu
Mon Aug 1 11:54:17 PDT 2011
I love capers, my husband loves capers, and I get them by the large bottles with wide mouths. I too found the little bottles aggravating. And they got lost in the fridge.
I usually get mine at the local restaurant supply store (that allows we mere mortals to shop without membership) where I also get large cans of Coleman's mustard and the spouse gets large cans of Old Bay.
confessed caper addict...
>>> Patricia Dunham <chimene at ravensgard.org> 8/1/2011 12:24 PM >>>
another way might be??? to do your extraction over a large bowl to catch any liquid, which could then be returned to the annoying bottle with a funnel... this is just my alleged "common sense" reaction, I've never used capers in anything, that I can recall, 8-)
On Jul 31, 2011, at 4:21 PM, Suey wrote:
> Have you spent all your life trying to get capers out of that skinny jar without loosing all the liquid?
> I have.
> I just came across Chef Remy Morales on internet who speaks Spanish with a thick gringo accent. He says to use a vegetable peeler, the elongated one - about 2"!
> I shall be adding that to my blog this week: http://spanishfoodma.blogspot.com/ in "alcaparras."
> Just wanted you to be the first to know.
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