…flower of: CAPER By Shalimar Born in the Philippines, raised in Europe and globetrotter. Category General Post navigation Previous PostPreviouskhahna khanu bhayo?…tul’s curryNext PostNext… yet another flowers of artichokes 15 Comments Great picture Sha! We have a lot on the island where our Greek house is. I should be posting my own picture very soon for a piece I’ve been working on, alhtough I think I like your picture better than mine! Hope you are enjoying Florida~ Sono i capperi…buono anche per la pizza con acciughi! I still can’t believe you’re on the same coast that I am! I hope one of these days we’ll meet up. so what is the beautiful flower of? capers ba? I’ve only seen the bottled variety, lol! so I wouldn’t know what the plant looks like. so what is this beautiful flower?? me i really have no idea 🙂 It looks like Saffron to me – the most expensive spice in the world, I believe, and is mostly found in the Mediterranean. I once watched a documentary on BBC (or if not it would have been Discovery Channel) about a little village in Iran. The little village prospered when the president of Iran regulated the export prices of Saffron – he basically increased its prices, which in result have made the villagers better their living conditions. YES ITS CAPERS…. absolutely lovely flower Sha! You’ve captured a the delicacy of the flower so well! 🙂 dont even know what capers are hahaha, halatang laging nasa kusina! Capers surely look like Saffron, lol I love capers in everything, in my rice, pasta, salad, or even eat them just it is. that beautiful flower is in my pizza? ??? and pasta???? galing. i love the shots…I would have them juxtaposed with a food with capers in them 🙂 thanks for this info…never knew caper have an enchanting flower…now everytime i will use caper or eat them..i will always have the image of these flowers..:-) hi sha! visiting you from my extension home. wow, didn’t know capers look like that. i use capers on salads and pasta. yum! hope you enjoy florida. i didn’t know capers looked that way. i’ve always known them only as little bead-like pods inside a bottle. and that they taste fantastic! thanks for the capers 101. German are using capern for their famous Koenigsberger Klopse.Gorgeous shots as usual day sha! muaah I hope you have nice sunday my dear! ayo ayo hi sha, hopped from jo’s and junnie’s. we recently relocated to south florida too so we’re practically neighbors now, hehe. how do you find it so far? i’m sure its pretty sleepy compared to your past journeys. 🙂 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.