With "squiggly" noodles and tomato, this is a gem of a kid's pasta. And it has a sneaky side - they will eat beans without even thinking about it.
This takeoff on a grilled Caesar salad replaces romaine with two colors of chicory lettuce—pale Belgian endive and scarlet radicchio. Both of these leaves are far more bitter than romaine, elevating the contrapuntal between vegetable, dressing, cheese, and salt.
You will love the combination of two textures of Brussels sprouts -- the roasted chunks and the blanched leaves -- and also the true Caesar dressing made with salty anchovies. Plus, this salad has soft eggs and bacon. What's not to like about that?