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Posted by Michael Stern on Wednesday, December 25, 2013 5:27 AM

Billed on the menu as a "sauce, slaw & dip," R.O.'s unique condiment is so significant a presence in the kitchen's repertoire that many customers come for a slaw sandwich – a broad, well-toasted bun filled with a thick layer of the stuff and no meat whatsoever. It is vaguely reminiscent of 1000 Islands dressing (but only vaguely), pickly sweet with enough cayenne pepper zest to rouse taste buds to full attention. R.O.'s pimento cheese is is terrific, too, and I wonder if there is a hint of it in the famous Sauce, Slaw, and Dip. (R.O.'s Roadfood.com review)

Source: R.O.'s Website

2 Comments:

Ah, it's nice that there is such a great restaurant in Roseburg, Oregon.
Posted by bartl on Wednesday, Dec 25, 2013 1:38 PM


What an amazing sandwich -- thanks for stopping and updating our blurry photos, Michael! I love that place.
Posted by ayersian on Tuesday, Jan 7, 2014 9:37 PM

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