Ceasar salad was invented by an American

Caesar salad sounds like an item that was inspired by Julius Caesar in Rome. But the truth is that it was named after the man who invented it in 1924—Italian-American restaurateur Caesar Cardini—not its place of origin, which was actually Tijuana, Mexico. According to Food & Wine, Cardini moved to the city (which is close to the California border) to escape the prohibition. Cardini developed the simple salad during the Fourth of July rush in 1924 with the only ingredients he had left.

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