Definition of slaw
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Side dishes sold separately will include salted watermelon, jalapeño slaw, Crafty Cow cheese curds and cheesy corn.
Likewise, the food — huge, shareable pastrami sandwiches, stripped-down slaw, addictive homemade potato chips and gorgeously weird pickled purple deviled eggs — is refreshingly, righteously retro.
Vegan Cauliflower Taco: honey-lime and smoked sprout slaw with an avocado slice. (
Shoefly Public House: Walleye Taco: Carribbean grilled walleye with honey cider slaw.
The only difference is that in Paris the main side dish isn’t beans or slaw.
Last week, the tacos — made with marinated flank steak, Asian slaw and ginger soy glaze — won first place at the Taste of Vista event.
Drake's special is a BLT burger with a fresh, 8-ounce burger with hickory-smoked bacon, iceberg slaw, jalapeno-green tomato jam and Parmesan-garlic mayo.
Season slaw with salt and pepper. Generously spread aioli on cut sides of buns and build each burger with a lamb patty, 3 or 4 boquerones, and a mound of slaw.
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