Hail Caesar: 70-year-old garlic-laced salad from Tijuana

Issue: July 31, 1994

July 31, 1994 Hail Caesar This 70-year-old garlic-laced salad from Tijuana has conquered the culinary world By Sam Gugino Though the name might conjure up visions of ancient Rome in some minds, most people assume that Caesar salad was invented by an American, albeit perhaps an Italian-American.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands July 31, 1994.

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