The great pizza caper!
These tiny wild capers lend a salty, vinegar-laced punch to any dish, from pasta to pizza. It's a quick way to enliven a lackluster meal. We use it in savory cooking, as it works well in sauces, as a topping, or even pureed into a tapenade of sorts.
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