Can you tell us what a Caesar salad and a Sacher cake have in common? Or an “entrecote café de Paris” with Fettuccine Alfredo? They are all famous recipes, but beyond their gastronomic nexus, there is another element that interrelates all of them: their surname indicates the place where they were created. All of them were created in hotels or restaurants that today have become an inseparable part of their name.
So if you want to find out why an inverted apple pie is called Tatin Pie or where the sandwich known as “bikini” was originated, keep reading!. We tell you the origin of the first and last name of some of the most famous recipes!