Step 2: Chop capers

Since the capers have the strongest flavor, they need to be the most finely chopped. On the other hand, they start out smallest too, so you can chop them at the same time as the onion.

Throw appropriate amounts of capers and onions into your food processor and chop them up some. You don't need to get them TOO fine at this point; they'll get chopped some more as we add the other ingredients.

It's terribly sad and bad that there's no technology for copying and teleporting matter! I would give something... something... don't even know what for that sandwich! Oh, I think it's time visit a shop... Although I hardly like to do it. Reason is... is... that I don't like people around me... :(
Om nom nom... that looks delicious... will have to try it!
That looks incredibly delicious! Great job, I hope I remember to tell my mom to do this next time we buy salmon. Yum yum in my tum tum. Now wash it down with some rum. +5/5 stars. (added to favorites)
looks fantastic! I want to add fresh dill to this.
sounds perfect! thanks i will try this.
I've never seen lox served that thick except at a Sushi Bar! Your schmear looks delicious! Good job.

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