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The ancient Romans, as handed down in his collection of Apicius De re coquinaria recipes of the first century a. C., called the acetaria salads because they were mainly seasoned with vinegar. The word salad, present in the Italian language from the fourteenth century, from the past participle of the verb insalare, ie sprinkle with salt. Over the centuries, the fantasy of housewives, combined with the vegetable availability, did the rest: it is possible to find seasoned salads in many different ways and for some also identify the authorship. One of these is the "Caesar salad" that, despite being enjoyed mostly in America, has an Italian father. It was, in fact, Caesar Cardini, a restaurateur who emigrated to the United States, to invent for the 4th of July holiday 1924 this dish: Roman lettuce, fried croutons, Parmesan cheese, all seasoned with a dressing of lemon juice, eggs , garlic and Worcester sauce.

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The ancient Romans, as handed down in his collection of Apicius De re coquinaria recipes of the first century a. C., called the acetaria salads because they were mainly seasoned with vinegar. The word salad, present in the Italian language from the fourteenth century, from the past participle of the verb insalare, ie sprinkle with salt. Over the centuries, the fantasy of housewives, combined with the vegetable availability, did the rest: it is possible to find seasoned salads in many different ways and for some also identify the authorship. One of these is the "Caesar salad" that, despite being enjoyed mostly in America, has an Italian father. It was, in fact, Caesar Cardini, a restaurateur who emigrated to the United States, to invent for the 4th of July holiday 1924 this dish: Roman lettuce, fried croutons, Parmesan cheese, all seasoned with a dressing of lemon juice, eggs , garlic and Worcester sauce.
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