Mad Fact

Ty Cobb walked up to 30 miles a day during the off-season with lead in his shoes to maintain his lower body strength.

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Avocados (which are technically berries) contain more potassium than bananas and are one of the few fruits that is high in protein.

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Ty Cobb

Chef's Inspiration

The original Cobb salad was created in 1937 as a midnight snack by Bob Cobb (awesome name) at the Brown Derby Restaurant in Hollywood. It was an instant hit so we followed the acronym EAT COBB to a T: Eggs, Avocado, Tomato, Chicken, Onion, Bacon, Blue Cheese. But, if you want to kick it up a notch, ask for a dash of MAD Spice our own zesty mix of peppers and ghost pepper-infused sea salt goes perfectly with the creamy avocado.

MAD Story

Ty Cobb's surly temperament on and off the baseball diamond was legendary, but his interesting way of managing his anger went largely unreported for decades. Recently, some baseball historians found a secret diary (Ty wrote in it every night after making himself a mug of Earl Gray tea!), which detailed his calm-down routine. When he was angry, he would first count to ten and take deep breaths. But if that didn’t work, he would take his Louisville Slugger and smash everything in his house. One day during a dinner party, Ty got into an argument with a buddy while making dinner…and out came the bat. He bashed the bacon strips to smithereens. The blue cheese? Liquefied. The eggs? Smashed so hard they became hardboiled instantly from the heat of his fast swings. After his rage blackouts, Ty was always famished. He started scooping chunks of all of the pulverized ingredients into his mouth and dancing with glee, singing “This is one of the best things I've ever created during an anger management session!" And since that fateful day Ty ate his ‘Cobb’ concoction before every game. He went on to become one of the greatest ballplayers in history. Coincidence? We think not.


  • Romaine
  • Avocado
  • Tomatoes
  • Bacon
  • Red Onions
  • Eggs
  • Southwestern Chicken

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