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amberdorsch123
Junior Burger
2012/12/20 01:40:17
How to prepare coleslaw sandwiches please post step by step method here and if any one have other recipe of other sandwiches then please post here
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/22 10:37:04
What is a cole slaw sandwich?

ChrisOC
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/22 11:09:16
I was wondering the same thing.
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/22 11:13:46
I put cole slaw on a pork roll sandwich....but really no need for detailed step-by-step instructions.


BuddyRoadhouse
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/22 13:26:47
Golly, I wonder if there's any Spam involved in a cole slaw sandwich (sand which?)?
 
Buddy
FriedClamFanatic
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/22 13:32:34
With tongue firmly in cheek over the title
 
Take one beach.........broil under the hot sun for 2-3 days.....spread with coleslaw.Walk quickly away
 
If You mean adding Coleslaw to a sandwich, the most obvious choices are:
Meats...Pastrami, Corned Beef, Roast Beef.....and at a stretch, Turkey
Cheese...Provolone, Swiss(preferred), Mozzarella
 
Rye Bread or a roll like a hamburg or Kaiser roll are the best choices
kland01s
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/22 17:31:57
Seems like the OP is not from the US and not an native English speaker. That said, coleslaw on pulled pork is pretty good.
superfoods
Junior Burger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/23 22:47:17
Well, first time I have heard about this type of sandwich. From which part of the world it belongs?
MetroplexJim
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/24 11:25:13
Thanks to Jack Nicholson in Five Easy Pieces:
 
Order a pulled pork sandwich, extra slaw. 
Hold the pork. 
Hold the sauce.
 
Enjoy!
 
BTW:  tried to find Mixican City, GA;
Google Maps has never heard of it." /> 
 
That said, can't find "Sin City, VA" either.
(I think it's a close-in suburb of Leesburg, though). 
post edited by MetroplexJim - 2012/12/24 11:34:56
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/24 11:38:40
The pork roll belongs to New Jersey.

Cole slaw on it...now and again.
ocdreamr
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/24 13:56:25
Down here in NC we have the shrimpburger.  A hamburger bun pilled high with fried shrimp then coleslaw & ketchup! This has become a favorite of mine since moving here.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/24 14:21:21
Some years ago my grandson saw a commercial for Ruby Tuesday advertising a shrimpburger. He talked me into taking him for one and what he got when he ordered was a hamburger with one fried shrimp atop the lettuce and tomato that topped the beef patty.
Wabbit
Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/24 16:40:09
Perhaps the OP was not real clear about making Cole slaw. My cousin is not very good about her explaing what she wants in words ( she is a gold medal winner in special olpmpics and we are proud of her) She does enjoy talking to people and learning new things. She is a pretty good cook also. It's Christmas, let us give the benefit .. and post a fave slaw recipe. Just my opinion.. Thanks Wabbit
ces1948
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/24 18:38:48
Ok I would suggest going to Publix (or your local supermarket) Buying some coleslaw from the deli case and some rolls from the bakery. Take home, spread coleslaw on bakery roll. Enjoy.
edwmax
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/24 18:50:46
amberdorsch123

How to prepare coleslaw sandwiches please post step by step method here and if any one have other recipe of other sandwiches then please post here

Never heard or seen one.   ... but your can try this recipe http://tarladalal.com/Coleslaw-Sandwich-14076r   now, would that with or without cheese?
 
superfoods

Well, first time I have heard about this type of sandwich. From which part of the world it belongs?
  ... Alabama ... I think ...
 
MetroplexJim
...
BTW:  tried to find Mixican City, GA;
Google Maps has never heard of it." /> 
  ....

 Never heard of it either.  My map put it south of Dublin, Ga.   It must be a named cross road community.
ann peeples
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/25 03:40:57
Wabbit-I dont make cole slaw, but loved your post. Merry Christmas.
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/25 12:42:36
Marzetti makes a great bottled cole slaw dressing.

The (Todd Wilbur)Top Secret KFC cole slaw recipe works well on a sandwich. It's not a very "juicy" cole slaw that drips. Drips are further avoided by the addition of buttermilk powder.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/25 14:01:12
Come to Columbus and visit the Marzetti plant.
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/25 14:16:24
Someone will have to stop me from drinking a bottle of that dressing!
 
 
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/25 16:33:39
We used to ship bottles of it to Daughter No. 1 when she lived in Connecticut because she loved it so. Then one day, while visiting her, we were in a Stop and Shop in Old Saybrook and found it on the shelves there.
 
That's OK. We used to buy jars of Fluff whenever we were back in Connecticut until one day we happened to spot it in a  supermarket right here.
ChrisOC
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/25 22:15:51
Fluff?
MetroplexJim
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 08:10:09
ChrisOC

Fluff?


Marshmallow spread.
MetroplexJim
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 08:12:31
The mention of Marzetti Brand slaw dressing, leads me to this comprehensive guide for the OP:
 
http://www.marzetti.com/marzetti-kitchens/browse.php?rc=12
 
Enjoy!
RodBangkok
Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 08:47:07
Why is it that so many high total posts members of this site post nothing but frivolous off topic comments, that many times can easily be construed by the op as condescending.  To all those high post people that seem to have nothing better to do but interrupt and post off topic comments, I say, shut up, and frankly get a life. 
It seems you all have nothing better to do than post off topic comments to every thread on this forum just so the topic can be diverted by another high post member.
This is especially true when posts are commented on this way by first time or what could be interpreted as folks that do not have a good grasp of the english language.  
Quite frankly I'm thinking less and less of the people that continue to post like they own this forum...seen too many off topic quips and inside jokes to stick around much longer...not that anyone cares, and not limited to this particular thread.
MetroplexJim
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 08:49:07
My looking into the (remembered from my Pittsburgh youth) wonderful line of Marzetti dressings has for the second time in a month led me to Kroger's.
 
Back in the 1950's, as The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company lost their mojo, Kroger's became our "go-to" grocery in the southern suburbs of Pittsburgh.  When I moved to Virginia they had a little presence in the Shenandoah Valley, but none in NOVA where I lived for nearly 30 years.  After Wegman's entered that market they earned nearly 100% of our non-convenience grocery business away from Giant and Safeway
 
So, when we moved to Dallas 7 years ago they, even though they have a stong presence in this market we gravited to Central Market (Wegman's-like), Market Street (Wegman's lite), and Whole Foods
 
Recently I entered a Kroger's after I heard on the radio that they sold canned Skyline Chili (it was great, but Mrs. Metro pooped the party by reading the sodium content on the back of the can ).
 
Now that I know that they stock Marzetti's I'm going to take some time and tour their new (Wegman-sized, 100,000+ s.f.) "Marketplace" store that opened a year or so ago near my home here in McKinney.
MetroplexJim
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 09:33:42
RodBangkok

Why is it that so many high total posts members of this site post nothing but frivolous off topic comments, that many times can easily be construed by the op as condescending.  To all those high post people that seem to have nothing better to do but interrupt and post off topic comments, I say, shut up, and frankly get a life. 
It seems you all have nothing better to do than post off topic comments to every thread on this forum just so the topic can be diverted by another high post member.
This is especially true when posts are commented on this way by first time or what could be interpreted as folks that do not have a good grasp of the english language.  
Quite frankly I'm thinking less and less of the people that continue to post like they own this forum...seen too many off topic quips and inside jokes to stick around much longer...not that anyone cares, and not limited to this particular thread.


Not that I disagree totally ...  but,
 
Please consider the reception this very recent first-time poster received:  http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/East-Coast-Trip-m722603.aspx .
 
(BTW:  My beloved Mrs. Metro is a non-native English speaker and, even though she has a graduate degree from Georgetown, recognizes that her written English is weak and has a sense of humor about it!  The same is true about a former Mrs.; I once cringed through a speech she gave in which she constantly used the word "focus" and pronounced it as ...  I'll leave that to your imagination).
 
Introspectively reviewing my four posts above I believe that three are positive/ helpful/ informative and one made a humorous reference to a Jack Nicholson movie.
 
 
RodBangkok
Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 09:59:11
Were any of your responses on topic to the OP questions?...no need to respond, spin it any way you want, done with this thread.
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 10:02:27
I don't know what this has to do with cole slaw...either.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 10:24:51
Old King Cole was a merry old Slaw, and a merry old Slaw was he ...
 
How's them apples?
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 10:29:19
Apples is cole slaw provides a little crunch.
wanderingjew
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 10:48:58
RodBangkok

Why is it that so many high total posts members of this site post nothing but frivolous off topic comments, that many times can easily be construed by the op as condescending.  To all those high post people that seem to have nothing better to do but interrupt and post off topic comments, I say, shut up, and frankly get a life. 
It seems you all have nothing better to do than post off topic comments to every thread on this forum just so the topic can be diverted by another high post member.
This is especially true when posts are commented on this way by first time or what could be interpreted as folks that do not have a good grasp of the english language.  
Quite frankly I'm thinking less and less of the people that continue to post like they own this forum...seen too many off topic quips and inside jokes to stick around much longer...not that anyone cares, and not limited to this particular thread.


As a "high post"  person  (that term doesn't mean much to me because most of the time I just don't "get" the internet) you probably know, I ignore 99 and 9/10 % of the posts on Roadfood.  I post trip reports, respond to trip reports and maybe a "where should I eat" thread. I post very little elsewhere because I don't have time,  don't spend much time on the internet and just post in "roadfood relevant" topics" .  Unfortunately I strongly suspect that the op is  a spammer, even more unfortunate when I see a post like this I'm right 99 9/10% of the time.
ann peeples
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 12:10:49
LOL, Mr. Hoffman.
Yes ,people can be a bit sarcastic on these threads. But as the rest of the world, we are skeptical about some questions. Had I posted  this as my first inquiry on this thread( and I was a first time poster, and was walked thru certain things by a friend here) I would have responded to explain.I, myself, and apparently everyone else, have never heard of a cole slaw sandwich. Not that it couldnt exist.
Cole slaw on many sandwiches? Yes.
ChrisOC
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 13:05:49
MetroplexJim

ChrisOC

Fluff?


Marshmallow spread.

Ah yes, as in Fluffer Nutter
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 14:21:44
ChrisOC

MetroplexJim

ChrisOC

Fluff?


Marshmallow spread.

Ah yes, as in Fluffer Nutter

It doesn't get any better than a Fluffernutter on Wonder Bread. When I was growing up I ate them all the time, and I never heard the word Fluffernutter till about ten years ago.

ChrisOC
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 15:00:59
Any particular peanut butter?
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 15:07:58
When I was a kid I just used whatever peanut butter was in the house. For some years now my peanut butter has been Krema. Nothing but roasted peanuts. No oils, salt, additives -- nothing but peanuts.
 
http://www.krema.com/
MetroplexJim
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 16:21:43
Here is a great-sounding citrus & peanut slaw recipe from the Marzetti site I cited above:  http://www.marzetti.com/marzetti-kitchens/detail.php?rc=12&rid=476 
 
Add a little teriyaki chicken breast and it would taste great on a bun!
1bbqboy
Filet Mignon
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 16:58:37
First you have to sneak up on a cole slaw with your rifle at the ready. They are very skittish.
ChrisOC
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 17:13:48
Michael Hoffman

When I was a kid I just used whatever peanut butter was in the house. For some years now my peanut butter has been Krema. Nothing but roasted peanuts. No oils, salt, additives -- nothing but peanuts.

http://www.krema.com/

Does it get oil on the top?  I remember when I was a kid you had to mix the PB because the oils floated to the top.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2012/12/26 17:47:46
ChrisOC

Michael Hoffman

When I was a kid I just used whatever peanut butter was in the house. For some years now my peanut butter has been Krema. Nothing but roasted peanuts. No oils, salt, additives -- nothing but peanuts.

http://www.krema.com/

Does it get oil on the top?  I remember when I was a kid you had to mix the PB because the oils floated to the top.

It does get oil on top. But, you can just turn the jar over and let the oilmigrate back into the peanut butter. I mix it and then refrigerate it, and it won't separate again. But, Krema says you don't have to do that.


Sonny Funzio
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2013/04/29 11:56:33
Here's a great sandwich with cole slaw ... from Primanti Bros. in Pittsburg.
This famous sandwich is essentially grilled meat, a vinegar-based cole slaw, tomato slices, and French fries between two pieces of Italian bread.   And Pimanti Bros.  recieved an America's Classics award from the James Beard Foundation in 2007 ... so ya don't gotta be a yinzer to enjoy one ...
Mangia!
 
There are other Primanti Bros sandwich recipes out there ... here is one ...

2  slices Italian bread 
5-6  slices ham, thin  (personally I would use Hot Capicola ... absolutely)
2  slices provolone cheese 
1/4  cup coleslaw 
2  slices tomatoes 
1  cup French fries, still warm 
 mayonnaise 

Spread mayonnaise on bread.
Layer your choice of the above ingredients.
Serve on wax paper for authenticity.

Here's a Cole Slaw recipe that is said to be close to Primanti's (this particular recipe is one called "Amish cole slaw").  For use on the sandwich ...

1 medium head cabbage, cored and shredded
1 medium onion, finely chopped
1 cup white sugar
1 cup vinegar
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon celery seed
1 teaspoon white sugar
1 teaspoon prepared mustard
3/4 cup vegetable oil

DIRECTIONS
In a large bowl, toss together the cabbage, onion, and 1 cup sugar. In a small saucepan, combine the vinegar, salt, celery seed, 1 teaspoon white sugar, mustard and oil. Bring to a boil, and cook for 3 minutes. Cool completely, then pour over cabbage mixture, and toss to coat. Refrigerate overnight for best flavor.

Here's a link to Primanti's menus for other combinations  ...
http://primantibros.com/02menu.html
 

post edited by Sonny Funzio - 2013/04/29 14:52:24
gostillerz
Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2013/05/01 16:39:48
No mayo on a Primanti sammich ever! Only Red Devil hot sauce :D

The slaw is the only hard part of making them at home. Tried several times, but can't get the slaw right.
mar52
Sirloin
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2013/05/01 21:31:11
About off topic comments, etc...
 
Without them this place would be boring and just facts to read like a phone book.
 
Interaction makes a chat board.  Snide remarks are sometimes off putting and sometimes down right droll.
 
So, where is Earl with his answers?
 
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2013/05/02 13:58:23
I don't want to make a Primanti Brothers sandwich. I want to eat mine in a wooden booth or at the counter in Primanti's on 18th Street. And I want a parking space nearby.
FriedClamFanatic
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2013/05/03 17:13:02
Michael Hoffman

I don't want to make a Primanti Brothers sandwich. I want to eat mine in a wooden booth or at the counter in Primanti's on 18th Street. And I want a parking space nearby.


You were fine up until the request for nearby parking......next thing is you'll be asking for extra napkins!
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Want Reciepe of Sand which 2013/05/03 18:25:58
FriedClamFanatic

Michael Hoffman

I don't want to make a Primanti Brothers sandwich. I want to eat mine in a wooden booth or at the counter in Primanti's on 18th Street. And I want a parking space nearby.


You were fine up until the request for nearby parking......next thing is you'll be asking for extra napkins!

The last two visits I managed to slip into the same space, second car from Penn on 18th.