Caesar salad

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Named after (Italian-born) US restaurateur Caesar Cardini (1896–1956) who is generally thought to have invented it for his Tijuana restaurant in 1924.


Caesar salad (plural Caesar salads)

  1. (cooking, countable and uncountable) A type of salad, generally made from romaine lettuce, croutons, parmesan cheese, coddled or hard-boiled eggs, fresh-ground black pepper and Worcestershire sauce.
    Would you like some Caesar salad for lunch?
    Of all the Caesar salads I've tasted, this is the finest.
  2. A serving of such salad.
    Would you like a Caesar salad for lunch?