I absolutely love the assertiveness of olives and capers, especially when paired with a meaty fish like swordfish.
Mix thoroughly and taste; depending on the saltiness of the anchovy and capers, more salt may be desired.
Using a rasp, zest the meyer lemon into the bowl and add the chopped herbs, anchovy, capers and a few grinds of black pepper.
Never in my life have I seen such gyrations and capers as were cut by that long-legged, loose-jointed, miraculously flying figure.
Green Peppers can take the place of capers, if these are not at hand.
The expression of the miner's eyes promised the unfriendliest kind of "capers" if he should ever get an opportunity to cut them.
After about twenty minutes of these capers they reached the hotel again.
Sooner or later the country may want the food that is being wasted in all these capers.
Oblivious of choregraphic rules, what leaps, what contortions, what capers!
In spite of these capers, we managed to get the junk off the head.
1580s, apparently short for obsolete capriole "to leap, skip," probably from Italian capriolare "jump in the air" (see cab). Related: Capered; capering.
type of prickly Mediterranean bush, also in reference to the plant's edible buds, late 14c., from Latin capparis (source of Italian cappero, French câpre, German Kaper), from Greek kapparis "the caper plant or its fruit," of uncertain origin. Arabic kabbar, Persian kabar are from Greek. Perhaps reborrowed into English 16c. The final -s was mistaken for a plural inflection in English and dropped.
by 1590s, "playful leap or jump," from caper (v.); meaning "prank" is from 1840; that of "crime" is from 1926. To cut capers "dance in a frolicsome way" is from c.1600.