Hollywood's Original Shirley Temple Soda Pop - Review

The other day, I tried Hollywood's Original Shirley Temple
Soda Pop.  This drink was made famous at the 
Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood back in 1937.

Although the restaurant no longer exists, but one famous
menu item still continues today.

Do you know what famous signature dish was created
at the Brown Derby???
(answer can be found by reading this post)

The recipe for a Shirley Temple is ginger ale (or lemon lime) 
and grenadine (or maraschino syrup), 
that's what I remember growing up.

For this bottled soda pop, I guess I'm used to a stronger
cherry flavor when compared.  Otherwise, this soda is
made in the old skool way with pure cane sugar
and has small carbonated bubbles.

It's a good soda pop and available in Los Angeles

The famous signature dish created at the Brown Derby
is the Cobb Salad.  It was created by restaurant owner,
Robert Cobb, or by his chef, Chuck Wilson back
in 1930's.

Did you know???  

Here's the original Cobb Salad recipe

Photo by Jay Terauchi
Jay Eats Worldwide
©Jay Terauchi


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