1905 Salad Recipe

Savory, hearty, and full of flavor, this 1905 Salad will have you reaching for seconds. Crunchy iceberg lettuce combines with julienned ham and Romano cheese to bring an elevated take on your favorite house salad. 

A side dish to perfectly pair with an All-Cuban menu, or a hearty dish to enjoy as an entrée, save this classic Cuban recipe for your next party! 


1905 Salad  

Serves 4  
4 cups iceberg lettuce, broken into pieces 
1 ripe tomato, cut into eighths 
½ cup baked ham, julienned (may substitute turkey or shrimp) 
½ cup Swiss cheese, julienne  
½ cup green Spanish olives 
2 cups "1905" Dressing 
¼ cup Romano cheese, grated 
2 tablespoons Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce 
1 lemon 
½ cup Spanish olive oil  
4 garlic cloves, minced  
2 teaspoons dried oregano  
1/8 cup white wine vinegar  
Salt and pepper to taste  
Mix olive oil, garlic and oregano in a bowl. Stir in vinegar and season with salt and pepper. For best results, prepare 1 to 2 days in advance and refrigerate. 
Combine lettuce, tomato, ham, Swiss cheese and olives in a large salad bowl. Before serving, add "1905" Dressing, Romano cheese, Worcestershire and the juice of 1 lemon. Toss well and serve immediately. Makes 2 full salads or 4 side salads. 


Recipe Courtesy of Columbia Restaurant 


Serve It Up 

A bowl big enough Extra generous serving portion for a large party!
 Don’t need this big of a party portion? Opt for one of our smaller Fundamental Wood Bowls instead! 

Don’t forget the matching salad servers! 
It’s called the ‘Best Bowl’ for a reason! The perfect grab-and-toss shallow salad bowl for weeknights with a ruffled edge fit for a special occasion. 

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