Definitions for waldorf saladˈwɔl dɔrf
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Wal′dorf sal′adˈwɔl dɔrf(n.)
a salad of diced apples, celery, nuts, and mayonnaise.
Origin of Waldorf salad:
1900–05; Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City
typically made of apples and celery with nuts or raisins and dressed with mayonnaise
A type of salad, consisting of apple, nuts (especially walnuts), celery, and mayonnaise or a mayonnaise-based dressing.
Origin: Named after the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York, where the salad was first created in 1896.
A Waldorf salad is a salad traditionally made of fresh apples, celery and walnuts, dressed in mayonnaise, and usually served on a bed of lettuce as an appetizer or a light meal.
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