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# Clue
1. Youthful days
2. Lettuce, etc.
3. Tuna or egg
4. Caesar or Waldorf
5. Word after potato or macaroni
6. Macédoine, e.g.
7. Dressed cress
8. Fruit ___
9. Mess of cress
10. Mixed greens
11. Potato or shrimp follower
12. Something to toss
13. Greens mixture
14. Word with bar or days
15. Lettuce and tomatoes, e.g.
16. Chicken or egg follower
17. Buffet dish
18. ___ days (youth)
19. Vegetarian's favorite
20. Niçoise, e.g.
21. "Crazy ___," Ephron book
22. Crab Louis, e.g.
23. Chef or Caesar chaser
24. Days of yore for oldsters
25. Variety of bar
26. Caesar is one
27. Greek or Caesar
28. Mixed dish of greens
29. Nora Ephron's "Crazy ___"
30. "My ___ days,/When I was green . . . ": Shak.
31. Item often tossed
32. This may be tossed
33. Course at the Brown Derby
34. Entree precursor
35. Dieter's lunch
36. Waldorf or Caesar
37. Food course
38. Dressed greens
39. Kind of bar (5)
40. Dish mix
41. First course, maybe
42. Word with oil or plate
43. Waldorf _____
44. Early course
45. Dieter's meal
46. Type of fork or bar
47. Pre-entree dish
48. Pre-entree course
49. "Rabbit food"
50. Soup follower
51. Meal gotten from a garden
52. Leaves on the table
53. It's often dressed
54. Dieter's fare
55. South African boy's dish
56. Leafy lunch
57. It gets dressed for dinner
58. Dressed bowlful
59. Fare behind a sneezeguard
60. Fare that may be dressed
61. Some all-you-can-eat fare
62. Tuna or egg dish
63. According to some food theorists, chicken soup is one
64. Caesar ___
65. Dish such as nam khao
66. Dish with croutons, perhaps
67. Word after "fruit," "pasta" or "Snickers"
68. Certain days
69. House or Cobb
70. Bar meal
71. It may be dressed
72. Culinary school course?
73. All-you-can-eat fare
74. Starter course
75. Leaves on one's plate
76. Leaves for lunch
77. One might be dressed for dinner
78. Leaves without dressing, at times
79. Leaves before the entrأ©e
80. Healthy side dish
81. Bar preparation
82. Follower of Caesar?
83. Food that's dressed
84. Tossed greens
85. __ days (time of youth)
86. Days of youth
87. Course with greens
88. Course with dressing
89. Macaroni or potato
90. Tossed dish
91. Serving at some bars
92. Vegetarian's choice
93. It's made at a bar
94. Place to find rocket
95. Bar display
96. Bowl of greens
97. Mostly green lunch
98. Three-bean dish
99. Cobb or Caesar
100. Facetiously, rabbit food
101. Tossed stuff
102. Bar concoction?
103. Dieter's entree
104. Side that's dressed
105. Cobb, for example
106. Something tossed
107. One may be dressed for dinner
108. A course
109. Rabbit food course
110. Shrimp or tuna dish
111. Bar offering?
112. It may be tossed and topped
113. Type of bar or bowl
114. Dressing recipient
115. Dressing target
116. Greek or Caesar follower
117. Caesar or Waldorf follower
118. Steakhouse section
119. Food at a bar
120. Course often taken first
121. Veggies and such from a bar
122. Course with leaves
123. Soup go-with, at lunch
124. Tossed __
125. Waldorf __
126. __ fork
127. Green side
128. Caesar __
129. Self-service bar offering
130. Entree preceder
131. Rabbit food, so to speak
132. Buffet choice
133. Dieter's lunch choice
134. Dieter's choice
135. First course, at times
136. Bowl or bar preceder
137. Course with lettuce
138. It may be built at a bar
139. Fare that's tossed
140. Mixed-greens concoction
141. Dieter's dinner
142. Leaves on your plate
143. Point of ___
144. Dinner course in Dresden
145. Eponymous rink jump
146. Makings of a hero, perhaps
147. Amount expressed in K
148. Rأ©sumأ© datum
149. Allied landing site of September 1943
150. They often hang around delis
151. $100,000/year, e.g.
152. It's used during an introductory course
153. Sultan who captured Jerusalem in 1187
154. It might go up via an escalator
155. Crowd drawer, often
156. Higher-up sports figure?
157. BOGO event
158. Good time to get the goods
159. Ones hanging around a deli?
160. Four-time All-Star third baseman of the 1960s-'70s
161. Uhura portrayer Zoأ«
162. Zoأ« of "Avatar"
163. Utensil farthest left in a five-piece place setting
164. Dishes created at restaurant "bars"
165. Make-it-yourself dishes from bars
166. Speaker of remark
167. She knew how to get a head
168. Upscale shop
169. Cold-war accord
170. Soul men?
171. Pianist told to "Play it again"
172. Pink Floyd "Lucifer ___"
173. Green eggs advocate
174. Hero feature
175. Italian deli item
176. Post-Thanksgiving event
177. Deli meats
178. Tactic of 44 Across
179. Mexican rooms
180. Closeout, for one
181. Merchandise-mover
182. Retailer's lure
183. No place for witches
184. Enticing word on a sign
185. It may follow the pitch
186. Caesar follower
187. It may be tucked away undressed
188. Side with pizza, perhaps
189. Low-calorie lunch option
190. Caesar, say
191. Common buffet offering
192. Entrأ©e precursor
193. Fattoush or tabouli
194. Leaves on the table?
195. Something that might be tossed and dressed
196. Dieter's dish
197. Dieter's lunch, perhaps
198. Item from a bar
199. Weight-watcher's lunch
200. It's "rabbit food" to some
201. Leaves on the plate?
202. Bar or days preceder
203. It may be served undressed
204. Popular first course
205. Tossed side
206. It may be tossed at the dinner table
207. Vegan's entrأ©e, perhaps
208. ___ days
209. Caesar, for one
210. Waldorf, for one
211. Caesar or tossed
212. Place for greens
213. Word with Caesar or days
214. Days or dressing
215. Fruit or tossed
216. Kind of days
217. ___ dressing
218. Macأ©doine, e.g.
219. Waldorf, e.g.
220. Dish of greens
221. Niأ§oise, e.g.
222. Crazy ___, Ephron book
223. My ___ days,/When I was green . . . : Shak.
224. Type of bar
225. Greens dish
226. Chef's ___
227. Leafy courses
228. Side orders, at times
229. Some lunches
230. Nestea competitor
231. Self-service station
232. Bar food
233. Macaroni, for one
234. Meal starter
235. Soup alternative
236. Dinner course
237. Dinner beginner
238. Bar food?
239. Light lunch
240. Bar concoction
241. Rabbit food
242. Light lunch, perhaps
243. Dieter's dinner, perhaps
244. Green course
245. Greens
246. Lettuce and toppings
247. It may be topped with croutons
248. It may be tossed and dressed
249. Leaves for lunch?
250. Bar filler
251. Dieter's dish, perhaps
252. Healthy lunch choice
253. Leafy dish
254. Bar selection
255. Cold dish
256. Lettuce
257. Part of a meal
258. Light fare
259. Dieter
260. Kind of fork
261. Soup go-with
262. Starter, often
263. Leaves alone, sometimes
264. Some greens
265. Introductory course, often
266. Introductory course?
267. Weight-watcher's order, maybe
268. Course before an entree
269. Restaurant opener?
270. You might fix one yourself at a bar
271. Garden dish
272. Dieter's meal, maybe
273. Soup's partner
274. Dish prepared with tongs
275. M
276. Leafy course
277. A bar may offer it
278. Bar fare
279. Greek ___
280. Leaves for a restaurant?
281. Hodgepodge
282. Kind of plate
283. Bar creation
284. Meal starter, often
285. Iceberg's location
286. Waldorf ___
287. Dressing site
288. Place for croutons
289. Dieter's luncheon
290. Summer meal
291. Uncooked dish
292. Dieter's delight
293. Summer dish
294. ___ days, or time of youthful inexperience
295. Meal in a bowl
296. "Brain ___ Surgery" (Emerson Lake & Palmer album)
297. "Brain ___ Surgery" (classic Emerson Lake & Palmer album)
298. "Crazy ___ " Ephron book
299. "Drink Me" band or Nora Ephron's "Crazy ___"
300. "Green" course
301. "My ___ days /When I was green... ": Shak.
302. "Rabbit food" course
303. "Tossed" dinner course
304. "___ Days" Minor Threat
305. 1990s Britpop band that released the album "Drink Me"
306. A garden can provide a fresh one
307. A lad's first course
308. Alda's dish
309. All-you-can-eat fare maybe
310. All-you-can-eat fare perhaps
311. Antipasto
312. Assortment
313. Bar assembly
314. Bar fare of sorts
315. Bar munchies?
316. Bar offering
317. Bar serving
318. Bar with tongs
319. Big day for coal and Cole
320. Brunch order
321. Buffet feature
322. Cabbage concoction
323. Caesar at the Waldorf
324. Caesar or Cobb
325. Caesar or Waldorf e.g.
326. Caesar or Waldorf.
327. Caesar or chef
328. Caesar or chef's
329. Caesar or nicoise
330. Caesar perhaps
331. Caesar e.g.
332. Caesar for one
333. Caesar for one.
334. Caesar say
335. Certain bar concoction?
336. Certain bar fare
337. Certain bar offering
338. Certain course
339. Chef's creation
340. Chef's mix-up?
341. Chef's or Caesar
342. Chef's specialty.
343. Chef's specialty?
344. Chef's for one
345. Chicken ___ sandwich
346. Chicken or egg preparation
347. Chicory
348. Chicory endive etc.
349. Classic Emerson Lake & Palmer album "Brain ___ Surgery"
350. Cobb or Greek
351. Cobb or Waldorf dish
352. Cobb or caprese
353. Cobb for example
354. Cobb for one
355. Cold course
356. Cold dish.
357. Cole slaw e.g.
358. Coleslaw e.g.
359. Coleslaw.
360. Common all-you-can-eat offering
361. Course
362. Course for a boy from Arg. or Braz.
363. Course left out of Texas city's comeback (5)
364. Course of greens
365. Course of mixed greens
366. Course that gets its own bar?
367. Course that may involve an iceberg
368. Course to toss
369. Crab Louis e.g.
370. Crunchy kale course
371. Culinary mishmash
372. Diet food
373. Diet food?
374. Dieter's choice perhaps
375. Dieter's dinner perhaps
376. Dieter's dish perhaps
377. Dieter's lunch perhaps
378. Dieter's meal maybe
379. Dinner course with lettuce
380. Dinner course.
381. Dinner's first course
382. Dish of leafy vegetables
383. Dish of mixed greens
384. Dish of potatoes or fruit e.g.
385. Dish with croutons perhaps
386. Dish with dressing
387. Dish with lots of greenery
388. Dressed cress.
389. Dressing holder
390. Dressing may make it better
391. Dressing requisite?
392. Dressing spot?
393. Egg or ham e.g.
394. Elvis "Polk ___ Annie"
395. Emerson Lake & Palmer album "Brain ___ Surgery"
396. Facetiously rabbit food
397. Fare behind a sneeze guard
398. Fare you toss
399. First course
400. First course of a sort
401. First course at times
402. First course generally
403. First course maybe
404. First course often
405. First course perhaps
406. First course sometimes
407. First dinner course
408. Follower of Waldorf or Caesar
409. Food for S.A. boy
410. Food for losers?
411. Food from a bar
412. Food in lots of stock photos of women laughing for some reason
413. Food that gets tossed?
414. Food that you might use your head to prepare?
415. Food that's tossed
416. French or Italian might be found on it
417. Fresh starter
418. Fruit ___.
419. Fruit concoction
420. Garden-variety lunch?
421. Green fare
422. Green lunch
423. Green meal
424. Green stuff
425. Greens course
426. Greens from the garden
427. Greens to eat
428. Greens.
429. Healthy fare
430. Healthy lunch
431. Healthy meal
432. Hodgepodge: Colloq.
433. Incongruous mixture: Colloq.
434. Introductory course
435. Introductory course often
436. It may be eaten undressed
437. It may be spun or tossed
438. It may be tossed
439. It might come to you undressed
440. It might come undressed
441. It often gets dressed in the kitchen
442. It's often dressed for dinner
443. It's tossed
444. It's usually dressed before eaten
445. Jenny Craig offering
446. Jenny Craig recommendation
447. Kale serving
448. Kind of bar
449. Leafy side dish
450. Leafy side order
451. Leaves alone sometimes
452. Leaves at a bar?
453. Leaves at mealtime?
454. Leaves before dinner?
455. Leaves before the entree
456. Leaves for dinner or lunch
457. Leaves for dinner?
458. Leaves in a bowl
459. Leaves on a sandwich
460. Leaves on the menu?
461. Leaves on the side
462. Leaves on the side?
463. Leaves undressed maybe?
464. Leaves undressed perhaps
465. Leaves without dressing at times
466. Lettuce and tomatoes e.g.
467. Lettuce etc.
468. Lettuce-and-dressing course
469. Light lunch choice
470. Light lunch order
471. Light lunch perhaps
472. Light meal
473. Low-cal lunch
474. Lunch course
475. Lunch order
476. Lunch starter perhaps
477. Lunch with lettuce
478. Lunch with lettuce and tomatoes
479. Luncheon entree
480. Macaroni recipe
481. Macaroni for one
482. Macedoine e.g.
483. Macedoine.
484. Many a deli offering
485. McDonald's offering since 1985
486. Meal course.
487. Meal from the garden
488. Meal starter often
489. Mélange
490. Menu choice
491. Menu item
492. Menu item.
493. Miscellany
494. Mixed dish
495. Mixed greens.
496. Mostly green dinner course
497. Nicoise e.g.
498. Often-dressed fare
499. One picked up at a bar?
500. Place for dressing
501. Place for spinach
502. Potato ___ (picnic fare)
503. Preparatory course?
504. Provider of green energy?
505. Rabbit food so to speak
506. Rabbit food?
507. Radicchio dish
508. Ranch locale perhaps
509. Restaurant bar
510. Restaurant dish that patrons may make themselves
511. Romaine dish
512. Shoots undressed say
513. Side ___
514. Side dish
515. Side dish.
516. Side with pizza perhaps
517. Slaw e.g.
518. Sneeze guard locale
519. Soup and ___ (light lunch)
520. Soup go-with at lunch
521. Soup partner
522. Spinach-and-bacon e.g.
523. Starter course often
524. Starter often
525. Stuff below a sneezeguard
526. Summer entree
527. Summer fare.
528. Sustenance for the diet conscious
529. Tabbouleh for one
530. Table leaves?
531. Taco ___
532. Taco for one
533. Three-bean or Waldorf
534. Three-bean or Waldorf e.g.
535. Tossed ___
536. Tossed course
537. Tossed fare
538. Tossed food
539. Tossed serving
540. Tossed a side
541. Tuna concoction
542. Tuna for one
543. Tuna or potato
544. Tuna for one
545. Type of bar or fork
546. Type of bar with pickled beets
547. Type of bowl
548. Type of bowl or bar
549. Type of plate or fork
550. Type of plate bar or fork
551. Vegan's entree perhaps
552. Vegetable course often
553. Vegetable dish
554. Vegetable mix
555. Veggie mixture
556. Waldorf (but not Statler) for one
557. Waldorf is one
558. Waldorf e.g.
559. Waldorf for one
560. Waldorf.
561. Weight-watcher's lunch perhaps
562. Weight-watcher's order maybe
563. What "The Big Picture" punk band eats?
564. What dressing might top
565. What food eats according to many a steak-lover
566. Whitefish ___ (lox alternative)
567. Word ___
568. Word ___ (gobbledygook)
569. Word after "fruit " "pasta" or "Snickers"
570. Word after Caesar or Waldorf
571. Word after word or taco
572. Word before bowl or bar
573. Word with "greens" or "days"
574. Word with bar or fork
575. Word with green or Greek
576. Word with green or days
577. Word with green or house
578. You may make your own at the bar
579. ___ bar
580. ___ bar (feature of some burger restaurants)
581. ___ days (time of youth)
582. ___ days (youth).
583. ___ days.
584. ___ fork
585. ___ days of youthful inexperience
586. Caesar, e.g.
587. First course, perhaps
588. Type of plate, bar or fork
589. Caesar or Waldorf, e.g.
590. First course, generally
591. Weight-watcher's lunch, perhaps
592. Cobb, for one
593. Vegetable course, often
594. All-you-can-eat fare, maybe
595. Item of French cuisine
596. Caesar ____
597. ____ days
598. Menu items
599. Tuna for one
600. Waldorf and Caesar
601. Antipasti
602. Caesar at the Waldorf
603. Egg or ham e.g.
604. Filling in 36 Across?
605. 2 Down ingredient
606. Summer entrأ©e
607. Tuna, for one
608. Caesar and Greek
609. Meat logs
610. Light dishes
611. Dish of potatoes or fruit, e.g.
612. Caesar and chicken, among many
613. Dressing ingredient
614. Leafy dishes
615. A hero might have it
616. Submarine base?
617. Caesar server
618. It may be inside a big hero
619. Deli dangler
620. First course, often
621. First course, sometimes
622. Deli offering
623. Lettuce, escarole and such
624. Much all-you-can-eat fare
625. Time of youthful inexperience
626. Bar fare, of sorts
627. Cress or endive
628. On the payroll
629. Clearance event
630. See 35-Down
631. Marathoner Alberto
632. Bargain event
633. Job interview topic
634. Dollar days event
635. Youthful time
636. Menu heading
637. Deli meat
638. Pay
639. Memorial Day weekend event
640. Shopper stopper
641. 50% off event
642. After-Christmas event
643. Bargain hunter's delight
644. Caesar and others
645. Place to build a castle
646. Glass component
647. Fit to be tried
648. Jose or Diego preceder
649. Matching
650. Identical
651. Conspicuous
652. Kansas city
653. White on rice?
654. Totally full
655. Remuneration
656. December 26 event
657. Shopper magnet
658. Enticing store sign
659. Shopper's delight
660. Vendue
661. Circular announcement
662. Merchandise mover
663. Bar choices
664. Antipasto staple
665. Telemarketer's aim
666. THREE FIRE TRAILERS
667. Restaurant feature
668. Sandwich meat
669. Green
670. Light lunches
671. Mأ©lange
672. Antipasto ingredient
673. Deli sausage
674. Youthful times
675. Deli item
676. Hard roll?
677. Food chain, part 3
678. Lunch starter, perhaps
679. Buffet staple
680. Sub order
681. Sandwich meats
682. See 33-Down
683. Ingredient in an Italian sub
684. Mizuna, e.g.
685. Lettuce.
686. Part of a meal.
687. Cold vegetable dishes.
688. Salt-covered plain in southeast U.S.
689. Pay.
690. ___ days.
691. Bay in Chile.
692. Dish of greens.
693. Pacific Coast shrub.
694. Summer dish.
695. Uncooked dish.
696. ___ days, or time of youthful inexperience.
697. Sultan who opposed the Crusaders.
698. Dieter's luncheon.
699. Summer meal.
700. Tossed greens.
701. Place where meats are salted: Spanish.
702. ___ days of youthful inexperience.
703. On sale at 33 Across.
704. French chef's mixture of greens.
705. Dieter's meal.
706. Tomato surprise.
707. Waldorf ___.
708. Character in "The Talisman."
709. Convenient dish.
710. Dish with a dressing.
711. Dressed greens.
712. Endive.
713. Macأ©doine.
714. Vegetable dish.
715. ___ dressing.
716. Dieter's standby.
717. French vegetable dishes.
718. Romaine, for example.
719. Foe of the Crusaders.
720. Time of youth and inexperience.
721. Youth.
722. Chicory, endive, etc.
723. Cookbook category.
724. French menu item.
725. Piece of flatware.
726. French side dish.
727. Vegetables.
728. Caesar, for one.
729. Plain of southwest U.S.
730. __ days
731. Entrأ©e preceder
732. See 55 Across
733. __ bar
734. Dish, usually cold
735. Tomato surprise
736. A Waldorf
737. Escarole
738. Dish with a dressing
739. Endive
740. Macédoine
741. Convenient dish
742. Meal course
743. Romaine, for example
744. Incongruous mixture: Colloq
745. Chef's specialty
746. Chicory, endive, etc
747. Summer fare
748. Lettuce, etc
749. Caesar, eg
750. Waldorf, eg
751. Macédoine, eg
752. My ___ days,/When I was green ... : Shak.
753. “Rabbit food”
754. Cold meal
755. Crab Louie or coleslaw
756. Lettuce dish