from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A salad of finely shredded raw cabbage and sometimes shredded carrots, dressed with mayonnaise or a vinaigrette.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A salad of finely shredded raw cabbage and sometimes shredded carrots, dressed with mayonnaise (white) or a vinaigrette (red).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A salad made of sliced cabbage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dish consisting of finely cut cabbage dressed with vinegar, salt, pepper, etc., eaten either raw or slightly cooked; cabbage-salad. Also called, erroneously, cold-slaw.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. basically shredded cabbage
Okay I know you said that the coleslaw is the easy part of BBQing ... but I have been craving Salt Licks coleslaw for 4 years!!!
Now my standard coleslaw is "just right" all the time, and never the source of disharmony in a meal.
And speaking of fish: this coleslaw is terrific served alongside fish.
Their excellent coleslaw is based on a highly regarded recipe from The Pantry in downtown Los Angeles.
It's served with a fennel coleslaw, which is so much nicer than your standard shredded cabbage.
The coleslaw was a little heavy on the mayo but otherwise a fresh combination of carrots and cabbage and right on par with the American version.
The coleslaw was the also from my bento lunch stash.
And PeggyU -- same here with the addition of a dog. in 'coleslaw'.
Here are a few dishes that will be improved by the addition of your fresh, homemade sprouts: scrambled eggs or omelettes salads side dishes, such as coleslaw and three-bean salad dips and spreads sandwiches and wraps stir-fries and sautés casseroles soups (added to the pot just a couple minutes before serving) breads (added to the dough before baking; can even use 100 percent sprouted grain dough) even desserts!
The cabbage is far better used in the coleslaw which is delicious-tangy, crisp, and coarsely chopped with a faint hint of basil it makes a great side item.