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Story of the Famous Cobb Salad

Bob Cobb, owner of the Brown Derby in Hollywood invented the Cobb Salad in 1926. The story goes…

A famous movie producer was working late and got hungry so he knocked on the back door of the Brown Derby after closing hours and asked Mr. Cobb to fix him something to eat. Mr. Cobb made rows of “leftovers” on top of a plate of greens, added dressing and the Cobb Salad was created.

Our Cobb salad is nearly like the original: however, we use turkey instead of chicken and Jamaica Mistake dressing.


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One of the ingredients in our Cobb Salad is the "incredible, edible egg." "Eggs have been demonized in the past because they contain a large amount of cholesterol, which was believed to increase the risk of heart disease. Research shows that eggs raise the "good" chlosterol, not the bad. See this article https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/top-13-nutrition-lies-that-made-the-world-sick-and-fat.
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Your exclusive source for Johnny's Jamaica Mistake Dressing from Johnny's Fine Foods in Tacoma, Wa. 12 oz. bottle $4.50
"From the kitchen of Johnny’s original restaurant. An actual mistake made by our Jamaican Chef resulted in a zesty dressing that’s also great for baking or basting chicken."
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The BLT Sandwich at Food for Thought is Fresh and Refreshing! Made with bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo - just $5.89. We use fresh ingredients every day for our sandwiches and salads.
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Breaking news! - Old Town's best kept secret is the delicious, nutritious, fresh Salads and Sandwiches at Food for Thought, 540 N Main St. Call 208.232.2624 to order. A good choice is the Ham Classic for $5.89
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