*Our caterer did pack a "to go" box for us to enjoy after the wedding, but we were staying at a place out in the country with no refrigerator, microwave, or utensils. So we floated the bags of food in the hot tub and ate with our fingers, and the food wasn't that memorable but I do remember seeing capers in the drain when all was said and done. That's still what I think about when I see capers.
I love olives & capers, I have learned to make red sauce, I have seen people cook with anchovies on TV, I have subsequently purchased them in two forms (jarred fillets & paste**, both still fully intact in the pantry), but I never
**I remember helping a friend of my friend Becky clean out her fridge before a move, and the friend was shocked that neither one of us kept anchovy paste on hand because she used it "all the time." And Becky and I looked at each other and cracked up because we hadn't the slightest idea what to do with it. Now I know one use, and I'm also going to keep a tube of tomato paste on hand. Feel free to comment with more because once I open it I have to use it within four years.
When I tried to sit down and eat my home-cooked dinner and Olivia was wailing in her high chair two feet away after