I grew up in the traffic and smog of Orange County, California. Learning about how my food was grown was often learned in a museum with pictures of happy cows living in a far off place explaining how we got our milk or a trip to my local farmers market where signs on vegetables were marked “locally grown” and those selling them could explain the growing process in great detail.
It wasn’t until I spent some significant time up north that I really was able to see the rolling green hills with cows grazing and the hills full of grapes and organically grown produce that I could see how much attention and detail California puts into making sure that the food you and I eat is of the highest quality. California grows nearly half of the fruits, nuts and vegetables grown in the United States and 100% of the almonds consumed in the United States. You can learn more about the California growing and water conservation initiative by going here.
Our steak salad incorporates many of California’s freshest ingredients like cheese, beef and produce. We’re talking a mouth watering salad with lightly seasoned steak, bleu cheese crumbles, tomatoes, olives and topped with crispy fried onions. Grab your fork, it’s time to eat!
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