Amira picked up this chicken dinner from the government-owned brew pub near our Havana apartment, and also made a salad from produce she bought at the local market.
It's not possible to get a salad anywhere near this big, fresh or good in restaurants. "Vegetable salads" in Cuban restaurants involves a tiny amount of shredded cabbage, a few tomatoes and a few cucumbers. Salad dressing is non-existent, but most restaurants give you mystery oil and industrial vinegar -- two or three of the high-end tourist restaurants did have olive oil imported from Italy.
Anyway, this salad was a real treat.