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(Some Guy)   Caesar salad dressing: Backstabbingly delicious   (food.livedogproductions.com) divider line
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2019-05-15 10:56:07 AM  
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2019-05-15 1:35:02 PM  
Eh. I like Caesar but I prefer Greek dressing.
This also seems like a lot of work and expense. I can buy a bottle of Caesar dressing for $1.79.
 
2019-05-15 1:52:59 PM  
This isn't very hard and comes out great.
 
2019-05-15 3:42:26 PM  

abhorrent1: Eh. I like Caesar but I prefer Greek dressing.
This also seems like a lot of work and expense. I can buy a bottle of Caesar dressing for $1.79.


A can on anchovy filets costs me $1.30 around here and usually has about 10 filets.

An egg and some olive oil and mustard and a clove of garlic cost so little I'm not sure how to try to calculate them.

With 10 anchovy filets I can make three batches of dressing. Let's say triple the other ingredients is a dollar.

Comes to $2.30, or 77¢ a batch.

It might still be a little more than a store-bought bottle, but it's very little effort and exponentially tastier.
 
2019-05-15 4:51:25 PM  

Sensei Can You See: abhorrent1: Eh. I like Caesar but I prefer Greek dressing.
This also seems like a lot of work and expense. I can buy a bottle of Caesar dressing for $1.79.

A can on anchovy filets costs me $1.30 around here and usually has about 10 filets.

An egg and some olive oil and mustard and a clove of garlic cost so little I'm not sure how to try to calculate them.

With 10 anchovy filets I can make three batches of dressing. Let's say triple the other ingredients is a dollar.

Comes to $2.30, or 77¢ a batch.

It might still be a little more than a store-bought bottle, but it's very little effort and exponentially tastier.


Caesar salad has no anchovies. Ingredients:
Olive oil
Lemon juice
Worscestershire sauce
Egg (coddled)
Salt, pepper
Parmesan cheese
 
2019-05-15 5:57:10 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: Sensei Can You See: abhorrent1: Eh. I like Caesar but I prefer Greek dressing.
This also seems like a lot of work and expense. I can buy a bottle of Caesar dressing for $1.79.

A can on anchovy filets costs me $1.30 around here and usually has about 10 filets.

An egg and some olive oil and mustard and a clove of garlic cost so little I'm not sure how to try to calculate them.

With 10 anchovy filets I can make three batches of dressing. Let's say triple the other ingredients is a dollar.

Comes to $2.30, or 77¢ a batch.

It might still be a little more than a store-bought bottle, but it's very little effort and exponentially tastier.

Caesar salad has no anchovies. Ingredients:
Olive oil
Lemon juice
Worscestershire sauce
Egg (coddled)
Salt, pepper
Parmesan cheese


What's Cooking America says the original recipe included "romaine, garlic, croutons, and Parmesan cheese, boiled eggs, olive oil and Worcestershire sauce." Supposedly Cardini's brother, Alex, came to Tijuana in 1926 and added anchovies to the salad. He called his version the "Aviator's salad." What's Cooking America says that this version was so well-received that it became the standard and was renamed the "Caesar salad."
 
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