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96-99) Culinary evidence confirms salads of all kinds were very popular in America in the 1920s. Some of the more popular were: Eventually, the hold of domestic science relaxed and tossed salads once again found their way on American tables. Today, American salads range from the uninspired classic" lettuce wedge, tomato & cucumber doused with bottled dressing to tantalizing creations composed of interesting greens, asian fruits and vegetables, crisp noodles lightly tossed with sesame seed soy sauce.

Lettuce-free salads (tomato and fresh mozzerlla) and exotic fruit combinations (kiwi, mango, strawberry) are found in upscale restaurants and suburban supermarket salad bars.

The object of scientific salad making was to subdue the raw greens until they bore as little resemblance as possible to their natural state.

If a plain green salad was called for, the experts tried to avoid simply letting a disorganized pile of leaves drop messily onto the plate...

The medical practitioners Hippocrates and Galen belived that raw vegetables easily slipped through the system and did not create obstructions for what followed, therefore they should be served first.

Take persel, sawge, garlec [etc.]..waische hem clene.myng hem wel with rawe oile, lay on vyneger and salt, and serue it forth." "Although the ancient Greeks and Romans did not use the world "salad," they enjoyed a variety of dishes with raw vegetables dressed with vinegar, oil, and herbs...

The term salade derived from the Vulgar Roman herba salata, literally 'salted herb'.

Others reported that the vinegar in the dressing destroyed the taste of the wine, therefore they should be served last. With the fall of Rome, salads were less important in western Europe, although raw vegetables and fruit were eaten on fast days and as medicinal correctives...

The earliest print reference we find for Candle Salad is dated 1916. Food historians tell us salads (generally defined as mixed greens with dressing) were enjoyed by ancient Romans and Greeks. The basis for the word salad is 'sal', meaning salt. The word salade later referred to fresh-cooked greens of raw vegetables prepared in the Roman manner." ---Encyclopedia of Food and Culture, Solomon H.As time progressed, salads became more complicated. Dinner salads, as we know them today, were popular with Renaissance folks. This was chosen because in ancient times, salt was often an ingredient in the dressing. Katz, editor and William Woys Weaver, associate editor [Charles Scribner's Sons: New York] 2003, Volume 3 (p.[1921] "A decorative Christmas candle salad is made by placing half of a small banana in the center of ring of pineapple.The light on the candle is represented by a piece of red cherry."---"The How in Houses," Los Angeles Times, December 18, 1921 (p.It was presented in this socialite menu; no description or recipe included: "Fruit Cocktail, Chicken a la King, Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Peas, Rolls, Olives, Candle Salad, Cheese Straws, Fancy Cakes, Nut Ice Creams, Candies and Nuts, Coffee."---Oelwein Daily Register [IA] April 5, 1916 (p.