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Dinners include fried and baked fish, pierogis, coleslaw, potato or fries.
On the menu: baby back ribs with brown sugar and sticky honey glaze; turkey breast smoked with black pepper, butter and herbs; brisket with a salt and pepper crust; and all the fixins’ (housemade pickles, purple coleslaw and more).
Sides: Spicy green beans ($2.25 per serving) and a simple half ear of corn on the cob ($2.25 per serving) are welcome options to the traditional pinto beans, potato salad, creamed corn and coleslaw options.
The chef, Matt Griffin, has created an American menu with several raw seafood starters, followed by simpler options like a fish sandwich with coleslaw, and spaghetti with clams, and a more demanding roast guinea hen.
Max Burger in West Hartford and Longmeadow, Mass., offers a $99 game day party pack (feeds 6 to 8 people) with sliders, BBQ chicken wings, pulled pork with potato rolls, mac and cheese, artichoke dip and coleslaw.
The menu changes a bit daily, including choice of meat and side dishes such as baked beans, green beans, corn souffle and coleslaw.
In the nonsensical part of the podcast, Nabors discussed the nonsensical story of LSU coach Ed Orgeron eating coleslaw from a cup.
Jill Wendholt Silva The Kansas City Star Crisp coleslaw is a hybrid: slighty creamy and slightly vinegary.
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First Known Use: 1794See Words from the same year
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