Continuing with the today’s theme, Blood Oranges. If you miss the short season or can’t find any locally when they are in season, you can substitute half navel oranges and half ruby red grapefruit for a nice sweet-tang. Alternately you can use all navel oranges and it will work fine. Toss a few red raspberries in the … Continue reading Blood Orange Coleslaw
And some more stuff, too! We pretty well decided that fried fish would be on the menu today when we found the last few frozen fillets in the freezer today. I wanted some coleslaw like you get at KFCs, and Google told me that there were recipes reputed to be the actual secret recipe. Many … Continue reading Mmm…coleslaw just like the Colonel made
I can’t remember why I made this originally, but I think it was for a summer brunch. Nice combination of flavors that go nicely with a grilled fish or chicken. Caribbean Orange-Mango Coleslaw 8 cups shredded green cabbage 1-1/2 large mangoes, peeled, pitted and diced ½ medium red bell pepper, thinly sliced ½ medium … Continue reading Caribbean Orange-Mango Coleslaw
A Rachel is similar to a Reuben, having coleslaw as the main addition to the pastrami or corned beef. I decided to go with the coleslaw for my sammich today. I used mustard because I like mustard, not sure if it’s a usual condiment. Mrs J wanted the Reuben: I do know that thousand island … Continue reading Rachel v Reuben
Blood orange for breakfast. Yum. Lots of fun recipes to take advantage of the short Blood Orange season here Below is one that can be adapted several ways, including substituting navel oranges as needed.
Pastrami on rye, one with sauerkraut, the other coleslaw. You don’t absolutely need the pickle spear, but you do need it.
I made up a batch of the Pantry’s Coleslaw to go with the shrimp and fries. I had some potstickers leftover so I put a fresh scald on them and then remembered to finish off that kimchi that was made a month ago. Made a nice spread.
Variations on a spicy theme. Hot dogs topped with hot giardiniera, a side of kimchi, and a wee bowl of tangy, sweet, chilled coleslaw.