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Recipe: Cabbage with Caraway Seeds

A Hungarian dish which goes well with Sauerbraten and Kartoffelsalat. From the long out of print “New World Encyclopedia of Cooking” published by the Culinary Institute of Chicago. Serves 6-8. Ingredients: 1 head red or green cabbage (or a combination), … Continue reading

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Recipe: Salvadorean-style Curtido

This is the slaw that’s served on the side with pupusas (Salvadorean-style stuffed tortillas). It’s a bit intense to eat on its own, but that intensity makes it ideal for any recipe where you want to add the crunch of … Continue reading

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Favorite recipes from Burnt My Fingers

How many recipes has Burnt My Fingers published? Certainly over a couple hundred. (I need to put up a recipe index, I know.) Here are my personal favorites among them. 1. Easy Blender Gazpacho. This is everything that Burnt My … Continue reading

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Recipe: The Colonel’s Buttermilk Slaw

[THIS RECIPE HAS BEEN UPDATED] The version sold in the fried chicken stores is too sweet for my taste so I’ve dialed back the sugar; the original/copycat recipe can be found here. Out of laziness I’ve scaled the ingredients for … Continue reading

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The miracle of cole slaw

The classic L’il Abner comic strip had a recurring character called the Schmoo. To quote Wikipedia, “Shmoos are delicious to eat, and are eager to be eaten. If a human looks at one hungrily, it will happily immolate itself—either by … Continue reading

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Recipe: Creamy Cole Slaw

This is an intentionally mild recipe that plays well with others and fits most any desire for a creamy-style cole slaw. If you want to kick it up a notch, see suggestions at the end. Makes about 8 cups slaw … Continue reading

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Recipe: Vinegar Cole Slaw

This is a Greek-style slaw that goes particularly well with grilled meats, chicken or fish; the key ingredient is white vinegar. Ingredients: 1 medium head green cabbage, sliced very thin 1/2 medium red onion, sliced very thin 1/4 c olive … Continue reading

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Recipe: Vincent’s Garlic Cole Slaw

Vincent’s is a seafood place that was opposite the Dr. Pepper plant on Mockingbird in Dallas, when I was growing up. I visited their new location in Plano, TX and confirmed their garlic slaw is as good as it used to be. Goes … Continue reading

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Sour slaw: my obsession continues

So I’m back in Dallas with the opportunity to compare my sour slaw recipe to the original at Highland Park Cafeteria. I’m ready to call it a draw. My concoction is as close as I’m likely to get considering the … Continue reading

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Recipe: Sour Slaw

Very very close to the slaw served at Highland Park Cafeteria. A tart palate refresher to enjoy with fried chicken or a plate of barbecue. Ingredients: 1 medium head cabbage (2-3 pounds) shredded then chopped into 1 inch lengths 1/4 … Continue reading

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