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Would You Eat This Caesar-Salad-Topped Potato Gratin?

Recently I went to an event with a buffet. From classic shrimp cocktail to lamb skewers with tzatziki, all of the usual suspects were present. Then, there was this mysterious casserole dish. The bottom resembles potato gratin, while the top looks like Caesar salad. I love both of these dishes by themselves, but was unsure how they would taste together. Not hungry, I didn't end up trying it. If you were at the party, would you taste it?

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soapbox soapbox 8 years
Eww. Not a fan of ceaser salad or scalloped potatoes. I wouldn't even think about trying it.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Eww no.
amandaaa amandaaa 8 years
ew that looks gross. i just don't think the starchy potatoes would mix well with the crunchy lettuce.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
nope! aren't ceasar salads bad enough for you without all the potato and cheese on top? who'd want that much. and besides that - i think that having something warm on your salad would make the lettuce wilt even that much more.
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 8 years
Those look like brussel sprouts :ponder:
fiestamama fiestamama 8 years
If I want wilted greens I will buy them at the day old store......
shoneyjoe shoneyjoe 8 years
My hot and cold foods shouldn't mix:
Spectra Spectra 8 years
Um, sorry, but that just looks unappealing and gross. Wilted and soggy salad just isn't one of my favorite things to eat, I'm afraid.
courtneyd courtneyd 8 years
I love caesar salads and I love scalloped potatoes, but I would definitely pass on this. I like my romaine crisp and cool; this would be nasty.
insanitypepper insanitypepper 8 years
I ate at a restaurant last night that serves Caesar salads with grilled romaine hearts. It's very good, but somehow I don't think this would be.
limelindsey limelindsey 8 years
Yeah, hot salad? No thank you!
live-4-gossip live-4-gossip 8 years
I just don't see the point of mixing such totally different foods.I agree with fauxgraphic that the lettuce would be nasty!
wmoonw wmoonw 8 years
No, no, no thank you!
fauxtographic fauxtographic 8 years
oui, carla... it does look pre-chewed :P the problem is i think the potatoes au gratin would be ideally warm, and so the lettuce would be gross and wilted. or the whole thing would be cold and yucky :) pass!
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