this is the only dressing i will ever use for caesar salad. it is from the creator of the caesar salad, cesar cardini. you can make it, like i do, or you can buy it in the store. it's a large bottle for 6.99 but this dressing goes a long way. note that the original salad did not have bacon, croûtons or anchovy in it, but you can add them.
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