Entrée-sized options are popular with diners seeking healthful yet filling items
When John Bornoty opened The Big Salad in 2008, he expected customers at the Grosse Pointe, Mich., restaurant to be excited about the concept’s fresh, filling salads. But he had no idea his namesake dish already had a famous fan — “Seinfeld” character Elaine Benes. Bornoty, a former software engineer who watches little television, said he wasn’t aware that Elaine’s meal of choice, a “big salad,” was the theme of an episode until numerous ...
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