Word of the Week: Caesar Salad

Caesar salad is a noun and is defined as a salad usually made of romaine, garlic, anchovies, and croutons and dressed with olive oil, coddled egg, lemon juice, and grated cheese. 

Many foodies think this dish, like the word July, is named after the famous Roman general Julius Caesar. However, the salad was developed by the Italian restauranter Caesar Cardini in 1924 at his Tijuana restaurant Caesar’s. In fact, you can still grab a bite at the famous Caesar’s in Tijuana and order their famous “Original Caesar Salad.”

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