When I saw the phrase “wop salad” for the first time, I took it twice. I read Texas newspaper articles from the 1950s and in a few pieces people said that the dish was a favorite of theirs. I shook my head at the boldness of the language and yet my curiosity was piqued. What was this offensive salad called, to be so loved?
According to most reports, its origin was in New Orleans. In the early 1930s, Italians and Americans there started offering the salad in restaurants without anyone having an eye on the name. . .
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