Salad Days

Sandwiches and salads, both seen as fancy foods, became so closely associated with each other in the Victorian period that it was inevitable that they would end up together.

Eisenberg's Egg Salad At Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop in New York city, egg salad takes its purest form: simply eggs and mayonnaise. See the recipe for Eisenberg's Egg Salad » Back to Salad Days »
Blue Ribbon's Tuna Salad Capers and red onion lend piquancy to the tuna salad at Manhattan's Blue Ribbon Bakery. See the recipe for Blue Ribbon's Tuna Salad » Back to Salad Days »
Katz's Chopped Liver New York City's Katz's chopped liver, made with both chicken and beef livers, gains its silky texture from the addition of schmaltz. See the recipe for Katz's Chopped Liver » Back to Salad Days »

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