Yield: Yields 1/2 cup dressing
Servings: 4 or 5
Fresh spinach isn’t traditional in the classic Cobb salad, born at The Brown Derby restaurant in LA many decades ago, but it’s a delicious addition. What’s not to like about blue cheese, bacon, avocados, and tomatoes? With the hard-boiled eggs, you can call this supper. The salad can be served family-style, arranged in one big bowl, or you could make individual composed salads for a more formal dinner; in that case, dress the ingredients separately before arranging them.
This was really, really good but very rich. There were only two of us so I cut the recipe in half and we had trouble finishing it because we were so full. I would definately make again soon but cut back on the portions slightly.
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