This recipe was passed out today with samples of the slaw, at Whole Foods, in Seattle. It's officially called "Keith's Pilgrim Slaw with 'Earth and Vine Provisions Cranberry Shallot Relish.'" And it is good!
I do love coleslaw and there are so many variations! This one is adapted from Katie Brown Entertains cookbook. She suggests serving this slaw with Chili Rubbed Flank Steak and Jalapeno Corn Bread. You can make this a day in advance.
If you are a horseradish lover then you will love this coleslaw --- plan ahead this needs to chill for a minimum of 8 hours or overnight and all ingredients may be adjusted to taste --- this is *very* good!
Being from Georgia, I thought there was only one kind of slaw, grated cabbage, Duke's Mayo and a little sugar, served twice daily! However, when we would go to North Carolina to visit my husbands relatives, they had a STRANGE kind of coleslaw, totally different from anything I had ever eaten. It has a very strong vinegar (Eastern North Carolina) based BBQ taste, so ya better take it easy, but it is SOOOOOOO good! Enjoy!!
I wish I had this when I made my pulled pork sandwiches yesterday! This recipe has zip! From Down Home with the Neely's on the Foodnetwork. The 2 hour cook time is actually time the coleslaw needs to sit in the fridge.
This is a dish my family and friends ask me to bring to potluck/cook-outs! NEVER any left to bring home! (my sister brings a bowl to take what MIGHT be left) Taste great hot out of the oven or "room temperature"
My husband volunteered me to bring potato salad to his family for a cookout, so I looked for a unique recipe--not your run-of-the-mill potato salad. I found this recipe from Paula Deen and we all loved it!
There are a ton of coleslaw recipes out there, and I'm sure each of us believes that they make the best! Well, here's one to throw into the pot! lol No matter who's tastes the best, they all share a common problem, becoming soggy. One way would be to put the dressing on at the last minute, especially when it's traveling.When I make my cole slaw, I don't chop or shred it real fine or shred it too small. .The cabbage doesn't stand up to the dressing.This coleslaw is not only beautiful and festive, but it's also delicious! Note**I don't salt my slaw or dressing until it goes to the table; I find that the salt leeches out the moisture and can become too "wet".
My deli carries a yummy baked potato salad. I asked them what was in it and they told me. I had some leftover baked potatoes that I needed to use so I tried making it and it was a BIG hit at my house. It disappeared before I got it to the dinner table...lol !