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Tequilaberry's Salad

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This is soooooo good! 1/2 ingredients is good for 2 people.

Ingredients

2 heads lettuce, chopped (or 2 1-lb bags pre-cut lettuce)

1 head cauliflower, cut up in tiny pieces

1 lb bacon, fried and crumbled

1 cup Hellmann's mayonnaise (no substitutions)

2 1/2 tablespoons white vinegar

1/4 cup sugar

1-1 1/2 cup parmesan cheese

Directions

1)Combine lettuce, cauliflower and bacon.

2)Mix mayonnaise, vinegar and sugar.

3)Add dressing to salad, add parmesan cheese. Serve immediately.

4mix together just before serving.

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This Salad is Awesome. We were bummed when Tequilaberrys closed. The Vineyard Restaurant just isn't the same.

I remember the first time I had this salad - New Years Eve 1987.

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I have a similar recipe with cabbage. Most of the same ingredients and it lasts a couple days. Very good. I will post my variation when I have more time to type it up. Lettuce version sounds good may try tonight.

Variation w/cabbage

Cauliflower and Cabbage salad

1 head cabbage chopped fine- not grated

1 head cauliflower broken into small pieces

1 small onion grated fine

1 lb bacon fried and crumbled

Dressing

2 cups mayo (I use Miracle Whip)

1/2 cup Parmesan cheese

1 tsp salt

1 tsp pepper

1/2 cup sugar

Mix dressing ingredients well with blender, refrigerate. Prepare veggies, add cooled bacon, and grated onion. Add dressing and mix well. Enjoy

later,

toddb

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Sounds awesome, but I'm not much of a cauliflower fan, any ideas on what a person could use in place of the cauliflower?

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If this works, my wife will find a new way to love me, we loved the tequilaberry's salad and when they shut down, no more....

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Yeah, you can get it at the Vineyard, but it's over $10 a salad. Cheaper veggies from costco can go alot further with the salad. When in a pinch, I'll go to the Vineyard though.

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