Customarily a minor player on the plate and sometimes a condiment for hot dogs or hamburgers, cole slaw can be as simple as shredded cabbage that is creamy-sweet or vinegar-tangy. In North Carolina, barbecue parlors sometimes add zesty sauce to the slaw; and in Kansas we have encountered slaw infused with massive amounts of garlic.

Restaurants With This Dish

Andy Nelson’s Southern Pit Barbecue


Serb Hall


The sign for Bernie's Chicken
Bernie’s Chicken


Palms Krystal Bar and Grill


Scott’s Barbecue


4th St Pastrami Sandwich
Famous Fourth Street Delicatessen



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