This is a classic recipe for Cobb Salad. It's filling enough to be served as a main dish. Its exact origin is up for debate, but most reliable stories suggest it was first created at the Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood in 1929 or sometime in the early 1930s. This is the original Cobb Salad recipe. The chopped ingredients are usually arranged in an attractive pattern for presentation, with the salad tossed just before serving. There are endless ways to adjust this salad to suit your own taste buds, such as tossing in a little lobster, crab, shrimp or scallops.