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  4. Tandy, I love olive tapenade, but I don’t think I’ve ever tried making it at home. Thanks for the recipe – salt heaven! 🙂

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    • enjoy! and make double 🙂

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  5. What a great idea to use tapenade on pizza…am going to whizz some up tonight!

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    • enjoy!

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  6. You probably already know that ‘Tapenade’ is from the Provençal word for caper (tapeno or tapen) but I only learnt that when I came here. You don’t have a ‘tapenade’ if it doesn’t contain capers.

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    • thanks for this, I did not know that and so today I have learnt something new 🙂

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  7. this home-made tapenade looks delicious! I too always have several kinds of olives at home and feel always happy to munch some of them while cooking 🙂

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    • that sounds like my kind of kitchen 🙂

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  8. Something I always have in my fridge. Friday greets to David 🙂

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    • Friday greets back 🙂

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