The thoughts of me and my dog who used to be Harvey, but is now George, who is Harvey's great-great-great-great-nephew.
Yum though? :)
Oh definitely! Very.
And how was that dressing?
Looks good - we usually put small chunks of chicken in with the salad plus the anchovies (of course!) and croutons.
Oh dear ! That looks far too appealing at this time of night . Wonder if a crispbread will fool me into thinking I've had some of that salad ?
Yep. And I ove Caesar salads!
Excellent, cherrypie!there was chicken in that one, leslie. And I had the 'croutons' large like that in the restaurant last week and it seemed a more sensible way of of doing it than chasing tint ones round the plate!Did it work, Sonata?Me too, Nick.
But how was the dressing?And actually, the Caesar salad was first created by an Italian immigrant named Caesar living in San Diego and operating a restaurant in Tijuana, Mexico. We used to make it using fresh raw eggs. Yikes--I'm surprised we survived.
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