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Recipe For Caesar Salad — 36 Comments

  1. I love Caesar Salad, would love to try your recipe sometimes! 🙂

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    • hope you do!

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  2. I am surprised too… who would have ever thought that Cesar salad has originated in Mexico? Yours look absolutely delicious.

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    • Thanks Denise 🙂

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  3. I remember learning about caesar salad originating from Mexico, but I’ve heard multiple stories. Like there is some debate as to which restaurant actually created it.
    However, this recipe looks fantastic!
    We are on water restrictions too in California.

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    • Hope your drought breaks soon Krysten!

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  4. I love Caesar Salad and that dressing looks so good.
    All That I’m Eating sharing the blog ♥ A Weekend in SouthendMy Profile

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    • The dressing was amazing 🙂

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  5. Loving the saltiness of the salad, along with the crunch from the seeds. So many cafes in Australia see caeser salads but they are usually a poor imitation of your lovely meal: think wilted leaves, yucky sauce from a bottle and never lovely capers.
    The Hungry Mum sharing the blog ♥ Apple strudel dessert recipeMy Profile

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    • Oh, that is yuck indeed!

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  6. That’s wonderful that you were able to make such big changes to your water consumption. I think we mostly take it for granted but we would be in big trouble without it.
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    • It is so easy to achieve water saving when you have to, and these habits will stay with us no matter what 🙂

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  7. Yikes, did not realize you had such a water shortage. There is much I have done and much I still need to do to save water. Great job! I read something about the Caesar first being made in Mexico too. Your salad looks delicious!
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    • Thanks Cheri. Hopefully we have a good rain season this year 🙂

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  8. Such a delicious classic. I also had no idea it originated from Mexico. I love a good fact!

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    • Me too Jem 🙂

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  9. One of my favourite salads!

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    • Hope you try this version Liz 🙂

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  10. What a beautiful hearty Caesar! I had no idea that they came from Tijuana.
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    • Me either – love learning something new 🙂

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  11. Who doesn’t love a good Caesar Salad? This version looks nice. I didn’t know it was originated from Mexcico.

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    • Me either Anu 🙂

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  12. I didn’t know it originated in Mexico either! How amazing. 🙂

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    • An interesting fact 🙂

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  13. Now THAT looks like a caesar! Love all those lovely toppings you put on there. Good luck with the water restrictions.. we’re in a drought too here in southern California and the restrictions hurt, but I know it’s for the greater good. 🙂
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    • It is for the greater good!

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  14. What a light and refreshing salad! I find when I stumble upon a good salad, I’ll eat it all week. Now I’ve been to Tijuan Mexico and am surprised just like you that this recipe originated there. How interesting!

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    • It is interesting 🙂

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  15. This is such a delicious and classic salad, but I like that you have added some seeds on top for an extra crunch!
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    • I love the crunch in a salad as well 🙂

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  16. I haven’t had a Caesar salad for years!
    Have a happy Monday Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy xo
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    • Thank you Mandy xox

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  17. Well done on the water saving. I confess that in England we mostly don’t worry too much about it, although we are not wasteful. In hother and dry Andalucía, every drop counts! Lovely salad, and great dressing!
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    • It is amazing how we can take water for granted when there is an abundance 🙂

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  18. Cesear salads are the best type of salads for summer, so simple and refreshing and I love the addition of croutons! Thanks for sharing Tandy!
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    • My pleasure Lucie 🙂

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