While my son, Judson, was attending college at Clemson University, I would bring this to the tailgates that we hosted for his band friends. His best friend, Byron, would request I bring the salad to every tailgating. That is how the salad got it's name. A friend of mine, Joann, gave me the recipe for the dressing and I decided to try it with a spinach salad I liked to make. The pairing was a great success. No matter where I serve this, I always get requests for the recipe from all ages.
1Mix the sugar, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, Worcestershire sauce, apple cider vinegar and canola oil together in a small jar with a lid or a salad dressing mixing container. Set aside. Keep at room temperature. Note: Make sure to mix well when dressing the salad
2In a large salad bowl, add the spinach, onion, strawberries, grapes, nuts and croutons. Mix well and dress with salad dressing. Serve right away so ingredients stay crispy and crunchy.
3Note: May add some pieces of cooked chicken or steak if you want to make this a light and refreshing meal.