Caperberries are a little different from capers. While they both come from the caper bush, capers are the buds in which the flowers bloom from. Caperberries are the fruit of the bush. Caperberries are flavorful and are insanely good at adding character to other dishes. They work well as part of charcuterie boards or as additives to a variety of dishes, such as pasta, pizza, salads, sauces, fish, grilled meats, and vegetables to name but a few.
The next time you cook fish and are looking for a good tartar sauce, simply create your own mayonnaise base and add half a cup of finely chopped gherkins and caperberries to the mayonnaise. You will have an intensely flavored tartar sauce that will be hard to beat. And for the martini drinkers, consider replacing your green olives with caperberries. It works very well with the flavor of the gin or vodka mixed with vermouth. Enjoy it shaken or stirred, depending on your preference.
Store your tin/jar in a cool, dark, and dry pantry. Store in fridge once opened.