And tonight begins our pre-Christmas misting of light rain followed ’round midnight by a garish great gob of royally righteous rain Thursday all day and night and Friday through Saturday a good chance too…supposedly massive and potentially dangerous low pressure out of The Gulf of Mexico with a strong dangling cold front with possible strong-to-severe storms and maybe a few twisters too. So, anything new this coming Winter? Sounds just about average. Gotta remember to break out the long jeans and maybe see if the sweaters still hide where last I left’em. Glad you got some rain on your bare fired ground, Bruce.

Cat Nap Revue

unexpected rain
visits the dry hills—
light strokes of green

View original post

Caper – meaning of the word and examples

Words in book reviews

To run and jump about in an energetic, happy way. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Any of a genus (Capparis of the family Capparidaceae, the caper family) of low prickly shrubs of the Mediterranean region. (Merriam – Webster)

One of the greenish flower buds or young berries of the caper pickled and used as a seasoning or garnish. (Merriam – Webster)

Skip or dance about in a lively or playful way. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Capers are the small green buds of caper plants. They are usually sold preserved in vinegar. (Collins Dictionary)

If you caper about, you run and jump around because you happy or excited. (Collins Dictionary)


How to Use Capers in Recipes.


You cook with capers, but do you know what they really are?


View original post