Coleslaw, shredded, chopped?

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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/19 23:45:17 (permalink)
Buttermilk powder also works well in cole slaw.
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/20 17:23:11 (permalink)
I like mine cousely chooped for a side dish and shredded for slaw dogs. My fav. is red slaw dog slaw - finely shredded cabbage, ketsup, a cap full of vinegar, salt and pepper. This is served at a lot of the local restaurants here. The best to me is at Mullins Restaurant near Five Points.
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/20 17:24:40 (permalink)
I like mine cousely chooped for a side dish and shredded for slaw dogs. My fav. is red slaw dog slaw - finely shredded cabbage, ketsup, a cap full of vinegar, salt and pepper. This is served at a lot of the local restaurants here. The best to me is at Mullins Restaurant near Five Points.
 
Most of the barbeque places (Gibsons, Greenbrier) use a finely chopped cabbage w/vinegar base. Great on barbeque sandwiches. I always ask for extra slaw. Yummy!
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/20 17:25:53 (permalink)
Don't know wahts going on here. Lately, my posts are posted twice, and I only hit the Post Message button twice.
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/20 23:04:13 (permalink)
What i don't get is why you can't shred cabbage in a Cuisinart. I can in the small one I have at home--they sell a variety of disks for the job.

In any case, I like mine fairly finely shredded--like sauerkraut.
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/20 23:48:51 (permalink)
SassyGritsAL

Don't know wahts going on here. Lately, my posts are posted twice, and I only hit the Post Message button twice.

If you hit it twice----It'll post Twice! Duh!
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/21 04:25:24 (permalink)
I think he was kidding, foodbme.
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/21 15:16:32 (permalink)
Duh, excuse me, I ment once.
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/26 23:10:52 (permalink)
Coarsely chopped.
 
With good bacon and tasty golden raisins! Heck, anything is a whole lot better with bacon. Let's just skip the slaw completely. But what I made on Monday to go with smoked pork butt is hand cut 1/2 head of savoy cabbage, 2 carrots shredded, 2 celery stalks cut very thin, 2 scallions cut thin. A mayo/milk/lemon juice based dressing. I skipped the bacon as I was having pork. Never a good idea to skip the bacon. (I need a better dressing - mine was a little bland. Off in search of dressings!)
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/27 16:29:10 (permalink)
Medium thick strands, about 3 inches long...hints of red cabbage, slight hint of barely discernible carrot. Just enough mayo to make it moist...don't want no gloppy coleslaw.
  Hey, if I wanted all the fat and calories of a really thick, sloppy coleslaw, I'd just eat French fries and be done with it.  Maybe I'd even put melted cheese on it...and then hook myself up to a peanut oil drip.
 
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Re:Coleslaw, shredded, chopped? 2011/01/27 17:35:43 (permalink)
There are probably hundreds of difference recipes for your own favorite cole slaw.  We all have our type that we prefer.  Some like it sweet, some like it sour, some likes it tart and some like it a hundred other ways.  No big deal as we will always have our own choice.  For me it is difficult to find a cole slaw besides my own that is pleasing to my palate.  Different states and areas have their own type.  NC has BBQ cole slaw, lotsa places in the NE have a more vinegar taste and the south has a more creamy.  I grew up on creamy and that is what I personally prefer.
 
We are very fortunate on this forum to have so many forlks with a diversity of taste and it is always interesting to hear from them.
 
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