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This is a nice twist to a traditional coleslaw. Remember that the secret to a great cole slaw is to keep it crisp and fresh for when you serve it.

Drawing heavily from Asian inspired flavors, this Napa cabbage slaw is a wonderful addition to any grilled dish.

This coleslaw calls for red cabbage. This is a great way to add color to your plate.

Most people think of Coleslaw as a simple side salad, but in the traditions of barbecue it is the perfect sandwich topping.

From the first time meat was thrown on an open flame to today's 40,000 BTU grills, fire has been the secret to great cooking. Barbecue is a rich history as much about the gathering as it is about the food and how it is prepared.

A classic coleslaw used for topping pulled pork sandwiches. The sweetness of the slaw goes perfectly with the tart, smokiness of good pulled pork.

Not only is this coleslaw colorful, but very flavorful as well. The tartness of the Granny Smith apple combined with honey and Dijon mustard makes this slaw unique!

This lively coleslaw has a bite from the tart apples making it better than most slaws. There is no cabbage in this salad, so technically it isn't a coleslaw but it works just as well.

This is a great recipe for "red" slaw, which makes a perfect side dish for anything, but is particularly

A great coleslaw for topping off pulled pork sandwiches. You get a relatively dry slaw from this recipe so that it holds to the sandwich better. It is also mild enough not to overpower the smoked pork.

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