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  Caesar salad
The Caesar salad is a traditional salad served in American restaurants, often prepared tableside.
It was invented in the 1920s (probably 1924) by Caesar Cardini[?], a restaurateur[?] and chef[?] in Tijuana, Mexico.
Cardini must have been inspired, because the whole is most definitely more than the sum of its parts.
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 Scotto's Wall Scrawls - Veni, vidi, vici
Caesar was born near Lago Maggiore, Italy, in 1896; he and his brother Alex emigrated to the U.S. after World War I. The Cardini's lived in San Diego but operated a restaurant in Tijuana to circumvent Prohibition.
In 1948, Caesar and Rosa began to commercially bottle the dressing, though because "Caesar salad" was in the public domain--which suggests it was pretty well-known--they could trademark only "Original Caesar's" and "Cardini".
Caesar salad was in vogue through the summer and fall, and slot-machine hot dogs still prevailed in the larger cities" (pp.
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Most stories say that Cardini had to whip something up from what he had left in his kitchen, and the Caesar salad was the result.
The Cardini family licensed the original recipe early on, and bottled Cardini Caesar salad dressing is still available, sans anchovies.
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 MexicoFile.com
During the years of the closing you were told to go down the block to Caesar’s Palace, an ornate glassy dining and dancing hall, if you wanted a caesar salad — but this was a far cry from the original and it wasn’t even made at your table.
Cardini, “if it were made at the table...hmmm....” He created a salad that looked so good that every table of diners ordered one.
In 1948 the Cardinis moved to Los Angeles to be closer to their patrons, and soon bottles of caesar salad dressing were packaged for people all over the world.
www.mexicofile.com /caesarsalad.htm   (874 words)

  
 Caesar
Caesar Cardini was enjoying success as a restaurant owner and chef in Tijuana Mexico.
Cardini was exhausted due to a high volume weekend at his restaurant and to make matters worse, he was low on inventory.
Cardini, always one to impress, was horrified at the predicament he found himself in.
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 Friendster - Caesar Salad
The creation of Caesar's Salad has been attributed to an Italian, Caesar Cardini, who at the time was a restaurateur in Tijuana, Mexico.
Caesar experimented and that evening the Caesar's Salad was born.
For purists, caesar salads are made from simple, fresh ingredients, and contain fresh garlic (used to flavor the oil), cold, dried heart of romaine leaves, fresh ground pepper, a dash of salt, imported olive oil, fresh lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce (where the anchovy flavor came from), homemade croutons and Parmesan cheese.
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 Editors Picks | Sips and Tips | Dining Tip | Hail Caesar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Caesar salad was created in 1924 in Tijuana, Mexico, which is, after all, part of the Americas.
The inventor was restaurateur Caesar Cardini, an Italian immigrant.
Cardini's Caesar salad was made with the smaller, more tender leaves of romaine because it was intended to be eaten by hand, with patrons holding the whole leaves by the stem.
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 Caesar - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Caesar, duc de Choiseul (1602–1675), a French marshal and diplomatist.
Caesar (cocktail), a cocktail made with vodka and Clamato that is popular primarily in Canada.
Caesar Cardini (1896–1956), an Italian hotel owner, restauranteur, and chef in Tijuana, Mexico.
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 Buffalo Spree Magazine
In the roaring twenties, Caesar Cardini (1896-1956) ran a small hotel and restaurant in Tijuana, catering to the Hollywood crowd and San Diego socialites.
In 1948, Cardini moved to Los Angeles to be closer to his patrons, and when people began bringing bottles for him to fill with his salad dressing, a new cottage industry was born, and Cardini began packaging the mixture for consumers all over the world.
Cardini attributed the confusion to the faint anchovy flavor in his salad that came from the Worcestershire sauce.
www.buffalospree.com /spree/archives/2005_03/0305HailCaesar.html   (1448 words)

  
 Hail Caesar: The salad that conquered the country
Although the Caesar may seem like the all-American salad, it actually was invented in 1924 by an Italian immigrant in Mexico.
Caesar Cardini, owner of a popular Tijuana restaurant, concocted the salad one night for some late-partying Hollywood guests, most food historians agree.
The Caesar also has proved a boon to the poultry industry, thanks to the idea of topping the salad with strips of chicken to turn it into an entree.
www.azcentral.com /home/food/articles/0428caesar0428.html   (920 words)

  
 Caesar salad at AllExperts
Caesar salad is a traditional salad often prepared tableside.
Caesar salad was invented in 1924 by Caesar Cardini.
Cardini was actually opposed to using anchovies in his salad.
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 On Salads, Vox Populi Is Clear: The Almighty Caesar Reigns - New York Times
The best-selling bottled Caesar dressing is Cardini brand, made by the company founded by Caesar Cardini.
Cardini moved to Los Angeles and opened a shop on Beverly Boulevard, where his family made and sold the dressing, packing it in unlabeled wine bottles.
There is no entry for Caesar salad in Larousse Gastronomique, even though in 1953 a group of French chefs voted the salad the best American recipe in 50 years.
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 The First Lady Of Cooking -- Los Altos Town Crier
Rosa Cardini, his daughter, was living in the Los Angeles area, and was the head of a successful spice and salad dressing business.
Caesar never used anything but the best oil, fresh lemons, salt and pepper, a little Worcestershire - that's where those anchovies crept into so many of the recipes I had seen: Worcestershire does have a speck of anchovy.
Caesar also insisted on the best and freshest Parmesan, and homemade croutons basted with oil in which fresh garlic had been steeped.
latc.com /1996/03/04/special_sect/hospitality2.print.html   (1095 words)

  
 The Mediadrome - Food - Caesar Salad
Caesar Salad is one of those great dishes that had a simple beginning.
Legend has it that Caesar Cardini, a Tijuana restaurateur, created the salad one day in the 1950's when all he had in the kitchen were a few ingredients: romaine lettuce, anchovies, eggs and some cheese.
Cardini intended it to be - crisp romaine tossed with a pungent dressing spiked with anchovy.
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 JS Online: Diners still hail Caesar salad
Today, Caesar salad is the most popular salad in restaurants nationwide, showing up on one-third of all menus that feature salads, according to the National Restaurant Association.
Cardini attributed the confusion to the faint anchovy flavor in his salad that came from the Worcestershire.
Cardini's food company, Caesar Cardini Foods of Culver City, Calif., has bottled and marketed his patented version of the dressing since 1948.
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 Caesar's
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It derives from the cognomen of Gaius Julius Caesar ("Julius Caesar"), the Roman dictator.
Julius Caesar was an ambitious politician and war hero that ruled Rome until he was stabbed to death by his senators.
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 Extramsg.com: Portland Food, Restaurant, and Market Guide - Caesar Salads (Part 1): Apizza Scholls, Gino's, Lovely Hula ...
Best evidence shows that the Caesar salad was invented in Tijuana in 1924 and is named in honor of its creator, Caesar Cardini.
One of the apocryphal stories about the origins of the Caesar salad claims it was invented in a Chicago Italian-American restaurant around the turn of the 20th century.
Their Caesar is built with the darker romaine greens, rather than the hearts that I usually prefer used by most restaurants.
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 math lessons - Caesar
The Caesar cipher used by Julius Caesar in his military campaigns.
Caesar Cardini (1896–1956), an Italian hotel owner, restaurateur, and chef in Tijuana, Mexico.
"Caesar", a popular haircut, in which the hair is cut extra low and evenly on all sides.
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 History of Salads, History of Salad Dressings
Indeed there was, Ruthie found Rose Cardini, his daughter, was living in the Los Angeles area, and was the head of a successful spice and salad dressing business.
Simpson's extensive world travels, Caesar Salad was introduced to many of the great European restaurants by her instructing international chefs as they struggled to recreate the dressing to satisfy the soon-to-be-Duchess of Windsor's discerning palate.
In 1948 Caesar Cardini established a patent on the dressing (which is still packaged and sold as "Cardini's Original Caesar dressing mix," distributed by Caesar Cardini Foods, Culver City, California.
whatscookingamerica.net /History/SaladHistory.htm   (3867 words)

  
 Charlotte Observer | 05/31/2006 | Classic Caesar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Caesar salad is named for Caesar Cardini, an Italian immigrant who owned a hotel and restaurant in Tijuana, Mexico, across the border from San Diego.
Cardini insisted Worcestershire, not anchovies, gave the original dressing its slight fishy taste.
Caesar Cardini patented the Caesar dressing in 1948.
www.charlotte.com /mld/charlotte/living/food/14703562.htm   (1377 words)

  
 Hail Caeser! And Hold the Anchovies
He came "right to the table with the cart and tossed each ingredient in the correct order," says his daughter Rosa Cardini of Caesar Cardini Foods, a line of salad dressing her father established less than 10 years before his death in 1956.
After her father's death in 1956, Cardini rdini took control of the business, Caesar Cardini Foods Inc. and obtained a patented the Caesar recipe and 17 others.
Cardini passed away in 2003 at the age of 75 from kidney failure.
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 HAIL CAESAR ! The story of Caesar Salad
His nephew, Augustus Caesar, who later ruled the Roman Empire was said to have constructed a statue of Romaine Lettuce to honor its healing abilities after being cured of a serious illness.
It is said that on this busy weekend, Cardini was running low on food and he put together a salad for his guests from what was left over in the kitchen.
Alex Cardini, brother of Caesar Cardini, claimed to have developed the salad (he too allegedly called it "aviator's salad").
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 Casino online portal | information about Casino online | Caesar_salad   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Caesar salad was invented in 1924 by Caesar Cardini or one of his associates.
Cardini was an Italian restaurateur and chef in Tijuana, Mexico, living in San Diego but working in Tijuana to avoid the restrictions of Prohibition.
The salad today is served at several Italian and some Mexican restaurants, with certain Mexican restaurants improvising on occasional items such as substituting tortilla strips for croutons and Cotija cheese for the Parmesan.
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 Cardini - Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Cardini's Original Caesar salad dressing was createed by Caesar Cardini, a restuaranteur in Tijuana, Mexico in the Twenties.
The Cardini range of Salad Dressings has proved to be a favourite all year round, since usage is by no means limited to the summer salad season.
Cardini Original Caesar Dressing is also availalbe in formats to suit both retailers and Foodservice trades.
www.kelkin.ie /review.php?sid=88&recat=16   (213 words)

  
 Print Version .: Corvallis Gazette-Times :.
In the early 1970s while I was watching Julia Child, she made what she claimed to be Caesar Cardini’s original salad.
Many myths surround the creation of the Caesar salad, but one central truth remains: chef Caesar Cardini of Tijuana, Mexico, used only the tender inner leaves of Romaine for his salad.
Caesar, who created this salad in 1924, never mixed the dressing ahead of time.
www.gazettetimes.com /articles/2006/05/17/lifestyles/food/efood1.prt   (503 words)

  
 Rosa Cardini: ZoomInfo Business People Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The daughter of Caesar Cardini, Rosa Cardini, retained Cynthia Michael Public Relations in 1986 when Cardini's was a small garage based business selling the Dressing in a distribution area limited to California.
The universally appealing story is about hotel owner-restaurateur, Caesar Cardini, who in 1927 ran out of food on a busy Fourth of July and created a legendary salad recipe.
Cardini quickly tossed the salad at the table and patrons were delighted with the result and soon they were asking to take the dressing home with them.
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 Caesar pleaser - recipe - Recipe Redux Vegetarian Times - Find Articles
Caesar salads is perhaps the most celebrated salad in America.
A couple of cloves of crushed garlic, an egg yolk, an anchovy, a splash of Worcestershire sauce, freshly squeezed lemon juice, olive oil, freshly grated Parmesan cheese and a twist of fl pepper were tossed together with leaves of romaine lettuce in a ritualistic fashion to the delight of onlookers.
He sold the concept of such humble ingredients by tossing the salad at the table, and thus the Caesar salad was born.
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 Case Studies, Cardinis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Cardini’s is an international food brand founded by Caesar Cardini, the creator of the Caesar Salad.
In 1986, Cardini’s was a small garage-based business managed by Rosa Cardini and with the help of CMPR grew to the premier salad dressing specialty brand in the United States.
At the start of the national distribution effort an important asset to the CMPR campaign was Caesar Cardini’s daughter, Rosa Cardini.
www.cynthiamichelpr.com /case_studies_cardinis.htm   (1046 words)

  
 How to Make Classic Caesar Salad - eHow.com
Exactly what constitutes a "classic" Caesar salad is a matter of some contention, but this recipe will be familiar to most.
Caesar is usually enjoyed with a fairly large amount of dressing.
Caesar salad is said to have been invented in 1924 in Tijuana, Mexico, by Caesar Cardini.
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 Chef's Pencil - Caesar Salad by Thomas Wenger
Caesar salad is perhaps the most popular and wide spread salad anywhere.
Invented by the Italian Caesar Cardini, in a restaurant in Tijuana, Mexico.
The story is, that on a holiday weekend in 1924 supplies were running short and in a last minute improvisation Caesar said to one of his staff: "Take all of these ingredients to the table and make a real ceremony out of preparing that salad.
www.chefspencil.com /recipes/MzEy/CaesarSalad.aspx   (218 words)

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