English Salad



A salad is a food item generally served either before or after the main dish as a separate course, as a main course in itself, or as a side dish accompanying the main dish. The word "salad" comes from the French salade of the same meaning, from the Latin salata, "salty", from sal, "salt". (See also sauce, salsa, sausage.)

Salads.jpg" align="left" alt="All about English Salad" title="All about English Salad"> Salad also commonly refers to a blended food item- often meat, seafood or eggs blended with mayonnaise, finely chopped vegetables and seasonings- which can be served as part of a green salad, but is often used as a sandwich filling. Salads of this kind include egg, chicken, tuna, shrimp, and ham salad.
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