from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Chiefly Southern U.S. Coleslaw.
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- n. Coleslaw.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- p. p. of slee, to slay.
- n. Sliced cabbage served as a salad, cooked or uncooked.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete (Scotch) form of slow.
- n. Sliced cabbage, served cooked or uncooked as a salad.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. basically shredded cabbage
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The refreshing crunch of the slaw is the perfect complement to the creamy, spicy and smoky sweet potatoes and black beans.
The cole slaw is traditional; the sauce blends balsamic vinegar and maple syrup.
The slaw is about to become one of my fallback slaws -- also quick, easy and delicious.
A 1/4 chicken with potato salad or cole slaw is only $4.25 ($4.75 if you want white meat), and a 1/2 chicken with potato salad or cole slaw comes in at an awesome $5.35.
The sharp clean taste of the raw fennel, which I love in a fennel slaw, is mellowed and transformed.
The slaw is good, but theother items need slaw too!
Looks like this slaw is right in line with all that mayo.
I like the coarseness of hand-chopped cabbage but my friends say phooey to that, and rely on shredded slaw from the supermarket.
Salvadoran food doesn’t mandate chili heat like so many Mexican dishes, so the spicy variation of curtido, the requisite side dish of cabbage slaw is surprising, and good.
For a chef, being famous for a slaw should be a comparable indignity to a poet beloved for his punctuation, or a porn star celebrated for his line readings.