Caesar salad

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typically having fried croutons and dressing made with a raw egg

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This was not the origin of the Caesar salad, but given what is so often served as "Caesar salad," Cleopatra's worries still ring true.
Although there are some who dispute the point, food historians generally agree that the Caesar salad was invented by Caesar Cardini at his restaurant in Tijuana, Mexico in 1924.
Today I cannot stomach what passes for a Caesar salad in most restaurants and no longer order or eat them.
From a choice of five starters, I chose deep fried salt and pepper squid with chilli dipping sauce while my better half opted for the smoked chicken Caesar salad with croutons and cos.
CAESAR salad is one of the most popular restaurant dishes there is and there are many different variations on the theme, some with crispy bacon, some witheggs.
When I was living in the States I used to have to make Caesar salad for lunch time.
If all else fails,I've seen ready made bags of Caesar salad in every supermarket in Wales - but where's the fun in that?
Responding to the increasing popularity of Caesar salad, including its own best selling line of Caesar salad kits, Fresh Express Farms has introduced a Caesar Supreme Salad Kit.
Nielsen, Caesar salad kits were consumers' favorite packaged salad kit.
Restaurants are continually reinventing the Caesar Salad and, in doing so, they are creating consumer demand for easier ways to get that variety, flavor and freshness at home," said Robin Sprague, Fresh Express Farms corporate communications manager.
Whether it's a raw egg or a coddled egg that's used in the traditional Caesar salad recipe, California restaurateurs can now make this dish once again without fear of breaking the law.
Despite warnings that it's a recipe for food poisoning, a mammoth Caesar salad was tossed Friday in San Francisco to celebrate a politician's legislation making it easier for California restaurants to serve the classic first course with raw eggs.
The Caesar salad was created in 1924 by Italian chef Caesar Cardini in Tijuana, Mexico.
Granted, the raw egg in a Caesar salad dressing will definitely enhance its taste, but its use certainly will contradict health experts' opinions that we should eat eggs that are well-cooked to avoid getting infected with the salmonella bacteria, which can be active in undercooked poultry and eggs.
Approximately 300 consumers, in a double-blind taste-test of leading fresh-cut salad brands, selected Dole Caesar Salad almost 2-to-1 over the leading competitive brand.
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