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Caesar Salad

A salad invented in Tijuana in Mexico, and popularised at Chasens Restaurant in New York.

The ingredients must include, Cos lettuce (or their baby version, called Little Gems), which are called Romaine in the U.S.A; freshly grated Parmesan cheese; and a dressing made with Anchovy fillets, Egg yolks; Garlic ad Worcestershire sauce. The whole is topped by croûtons and more anchovies. Nothing else is true Caesar Salad. See our Recipe Section.

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