Coleslaw

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  1. bitterroot

    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    I think I'll have yet another Bud light!
     
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    Can I get some thistle and burrs in mine?
     
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    Actually, Lonnie and I were whippin up a "secret sauce" for yours.................
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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.
     
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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.
     
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    Only way to eat pulled pork sammiches
     
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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...
     
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    Thanks for the fast back-up guys!

    You've got a deal Freestone! I'll bring both!
     
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    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.
     
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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.
     

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