a salad of finely sliced or chopped raw cabbage, usually moistened with a mayonnaise dressing.
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How to use coleslaw in a sentence
Again, the headliner of this book is not something you’re going to have on the regular, but the standards are there as well, with solid recipes for ribs, greens, coleslaw and a fine punch.The Four Cookbooks That Got Me Out of My Pandemic Cooking Rut | Max Watman | June 25, 2021 | The Daily Beast
Tucked among the ruffles are flourishes of pear, pecans and Stilton, the pricey cheese of choice at the Point, which also deploys Stilton atop its fine coleslaw and in the creamy dip for the pleasing, twice-fried chicken wings.Get your Maryland crab fix at the Point Crab House, along with ace service and a water view | Tom Sietsema | May 14, 2021 | Washington Post
If you’re looking to switch up your coleslaw routine, this is the way to do it.How to embrace fennel and add its subtle sweetness to your cooking | Aaron Hutcherson | March 26, 2021 | Washington Post
Lunch was a pared-down Thanksgiving sandwich — turkey, coleslaw, cranberry sauce, mayo — scarfed in a parking lot overlooking the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, before I went on a hike.
Fried catfish, French-fried potatoes, hush puppies, coleslaw, all in the center of the table.
On average, each tiny serving of coleslaw or potato salad packs around 300 calories and more than a dozen grams of fat.
There were gallons of potato salad and coleslaw, mountains of rolls, barrels of punch, and enough hot dogs to feed a small army.The Blue Ghost Mystery | Harold Leland Goodwin
British Dictionary definitions for coleslaw
a salad of shredded cabbage, mayonnaise, carrots, onions, etc
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