Coleslaw

Discussion in 'Camping, Hiking, Cooking' started by bitterroot, Jul 4, 2011.

  1. bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    I think I'll have yet another Bud light!
  2. Mark Walker Active Member

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    in to the MM and not lookin' back................:thumb:
  3. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Can I get some thistle and burrs in mine?
  4. Mark Walker Active Member

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    Actually, Lonnie and I were whippin up a "secret sauce" for yours.................
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  5. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    You Cali and Montana Cowboys keep that special sauce crap to yourselves...the rest of us don't want to know about it.
  6. Mark Walker Active Member

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  7. Jerry Daschofsky Moderator

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    Ok, I'm really with Lonnie on this one. I like the vinegar based (and spicey to boot) on my pulled pork sammiches. But I like the more "salad dressing" style as a side. In fact, if they still have it, 3 Crabs restaurant in Sequim had some of the best coleslaw I've ever eaten. It's by far my favorite (or was, been years since I've eaten there) to eat as a side.
  8. Kcahill Active Member

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    Only way to eat pulled pork sammiches
  9. Freestone Not to be confused with freestoneangler

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    Lonnie, you bring whatever coleslaw you like, craisins and all, as I hear through the grapevine that it is killer coleslaw. But, if you'd be up for bring both types, I'll bring some pulled pork...
  10. bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    Thanks for the fast back-up guys!

    You've got a deal Freestone! I'll bring both!
  11. slim Fish or Ski...Fish or ski....fish!

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    Oh ya, forgot to mention one more sissy item for the coleslaw recipe, 1/2 a chopped apple. Of course the manly version would be to chop up the apple with that old rusty ax head that everyone has out in the garage.
  12. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    I've been known to split some wood with the hatchet, start the fire then slice and dice some meat. I could do it to apples and slaw too. The hatchet is a very versatile camping/cooking tool.