Reuben & Rachel
maberry at U.WASHINGTON.EDU
Wed Jul 31 22:37:34 UTC 2002
FWIW, I checked Recipesource.com for various cole slaw recipes and found
84, only one of which included ketchup/catsup (Cajun coleslaw--a Justin
Wilson recipe which also has Worchestershire sauce, Louisiana hot sauce,
onions and green bell peppers) and none that included chopped pickle or
pickle relish. There are a number that omit the mayonnaise dressing in
favor of various vinaigrettes.
I'm not sure I'd care much for coleslaw on corned-beef, but it's delicious
on a pulled-pork sandwich, at least in my opinion.
maberry at u.washington.edu
On Wed, 31 Jul 2002, Laurence Horn wrote:
> I'd agree with Jim if my experience with cole slaw bore out his claim
> as to the composition of its dressing. I've been eating cole slaw
> off and on for half a century and I can never recall one of the main
> ingredients in Thousand Island dressing, viz. ketchup, being part of
> the dressing. Most versions have combinations of mayonnaise and
> vinegar, with (hopefully not too much) sugar to offset the vinegar,
> maybe mustard, and so on. If Thousand Island dressing intervened,
> cole slaw would be pink instead of white, and I wouldn't want it on
> my sandwiches either. Or are there relevant idiocrunches for cole
> slaw and/or Thousand Island dressing that I need to know about?
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