If I have to admit to a fast food crush, I'll cop to broccoli slaw. It's not fast food like drive-through burgers and fries, but it makes for super fast, vegetable rich cooking in my kitchen. A big bowl of lemons on the counter inspired this summery lemon caper broccoli slaw salad. The most time-consuming part of the recipe, which really takes no time at all, is opening the package of store-bought broccoli slaw, rinsing it under cool water, and spinning it dry in a salad spinner. (Don't have a salad spinner? Put your rinsed broccoli slaw inside a clean pillow case, take it outside, and swing it around over your head. The slaw will be dry, and you'll get a nice little shower.) Combine the rest of the zesty ingredients for the dressing, toss in the broccoli slaw, and you're done. Give the dressing a few minutes to tenderize the broccoli without making it mushy. If you happen to have leftover cooked chicken or shrimp, add that to the salad, which turns a perky side dish into a satisfying main course.