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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    Even the kids loved it.
    What???
    You're surprised?
    Actually I was too, when my kids loved it. Now when I talk to my daughter, tell her I miss her, she don't miss me. It's my coleslaw and country gravy she misses .

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    Did ya slaw tonite Frankie, together with a nice piece of local Thai french steak, baked potato and a crusty roll. added in some spring onions and heaps of fresh Dill.
    Great receipe ! Thanks





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    Fuck and all i've eatin today wer some peanuts and chips(crisps to you folks that talk funny) Goin out get some real food now..That looks delicious!

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    I was going to invite you over but figured by the time ya arrived here in the Mango, the food would be a bit cold.

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    First try was with Heinz Horseradish because thats all I could buy at Villa, but found the Morehouse one at foodtown Soi 5. Much better !

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    That Heinz stuff is sweetened and diluted gives the slaw a "sweet-ish" flavor. guy likes his slaw sweet should use the local mayo or salad cream with ALOT of that heinz stuff might be OK but I am not fond of sweet slaws.

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    I have both Heinz and Morehouse horse Radish, I only bought the Heinz to try it, cant wait to finish it and get back onto the Morehouse stuff, the heinz just aint got no bite to it.

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    I had a damn good dinner, and am hungry again. Thats a damn good looking meal Peter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    I have both Heinz and Morehouse horse Radish, I only bought the Heinz to try it, cant wait to finish it and get back onto the Morehouse stuff, the heinz just aint got no bite to it.
    One of the things I miss is buiyin horse radish root. mixin' up my own. Fuckin shit'd clear your sinuses if you had a golf ball up there.
    Heinz gets away with it callin' it sauce. Eat it from the spoon it ain't got no kick atall

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    Frankie, Your Cool coleslaw is now a weekly favorite, kids love it. Mummy loves it and I think I have recently fallen in love with YOU.

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    please tell me you're 5'1" with prefect tits and lots of money


    Gonna make some tonight with my fried chicken wings naam pla little green dippin sauce to spice 'em up.

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    Damn Frankie, that is one expensive side dish to make, I just done your coleslaw and looking at the price labels makes it more expensive than a nice imported steak at a nice restaurant, still I dumped all that crappy Heinz radish in there, lot's of that spiced it up a bit, well half a jar of it actually, whole jar of Mayo, only one lemon cos I saw the price tag, but a whole cabbage, pretty damn good and yes I got the pics

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    At least he bought Kraft Mayo the way he is complaining eh Frankie? DD its suppose to feed 4-6 not a frigging army!

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    I bought the cheapest Mayo there was damn only obese people eat that stuff




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    Well kraft Mayo 71 baht enough for maybe six - eight bowls
    The morehouse horseradish abt 130 That heinz crap about the same but you use a helluva lot more
    Sourcream looks about right but then it's good for about 3 - 4 bowls. Formost is cheaper
    That cheapo mayo and teh heinz is gonna give you a slightly sweeter slaw too. some folks like it that way.
    you can use limes although lemons are mellower the limes give it a sharpness I like on occasion.
    up here we got lemons that are similar in flovor to meyer lemons although greenish. Very cheap 10 baht for two of 'em. The bright yellow fuckers are about 60 baht for two.
    Actually quite economical if you're a shrewd buyer (and live int eh north where this stuff is more redily available)
    Sre looks good though dog. hmmm gonna have to go after my left overs.. Right now!
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    I have to admit I had a bowl as soon as I made it, it was pretty damn good, ok, the Heinz Horse radish is definetely the thing not to use, it is crap, no bite at all, but half a jar sorted it out and got rid of it ready for me to go back onto Morehouse, so it did have a bit of a bite, the lemons were I believe 45baht each, so I made do with one, hell it may have tasted awful, with all that sauce I could probably have chucked in an other cabbage, still, I know for next time.

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    Cooking good food requires experimentation. I always promoted my kids to experiment in the kitchen. Moms and Grams did the same for me.
    We had One Rule: "You Eat Your Mistakes!"

    Still; I've made it from lesser ingredients; still pretty good ain't it?

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    Damn all of these pictures, now I have to go out and buy all this stuff to make this damn coleslaw.

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    Summer cookout absolute definitive dish. Thanks, FF. But I have to have carrot or red cabbage shreds for presentation. This is a new recipe for me and I shall cherish it. Thanks for sharing.

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    All this reminds me how I also love a good tangy coleslaw.

    In a pinch I'll often just make a olive oil vinagrette with rushed garlic and mix in the cabbage.

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    ^Nothing wrong with that if the cabbage is sliced thin enough for the vinegar to wilt it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Gorgon
    ummer cookout absolute definitive dish. Thanks, FF. But I have to have carrot or red cabbage shreds for presentation. This is a new recipe for me and I shall cherish it.
    Carrot can bring just a touch of sweetness that many people like in slaw. I like a very tart slaw but the red cabbage is definitely a plus, making a half head worth of slaw for two people you peel on large leaf off the red cabbage head chop or shred that and that's about it. Then. What to do with the rest of that head of red cabbage? Last time I made a batch for a big party I used 6 large heads of white cabbage and one, very small, fist-sized head of red.

    I got a killer sweet/sour red cabbage recipe in the back of my head somewhere, It's good. Just have to build meal around it, Smoked Pork chops, boiled small red potatoes and a coupe liters of Dunkle.

    I feel another thread comin on....

    Another additive: halve a sweet vidalia onion (just about that time of year back there ain't it? can you get vidalia Onions in Canada?), slice paper-thin and add to the mix in a moderate amount, (eat the rest with sour dough toast, thick slabs of beef-steak tomatoes and fresh-made mayo) if you add the onion the slaw won't store as well but given a couple hours in the fridge the slaw is great; storing may not be an issue.

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    ^ oooh, food shopping tomorrow...I'll buy chops and anticipate your recipe.

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    Better wait on the shopping Jet, It'll be a while the damn store is out of the good smoked chops here. Gimme a week or so. but I'll do it.

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    I'm beginning to feel hungry!

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