Coleslaw got its name from the Dutch koolsla_, simply meaning cabbage (kool_) salad (sla). It became a popular side dish in America after New York City deli owner Richard Hellmann created bottled mayonnaise, which he began marketing in 1912.
Note: For a stronger vinegar flavor, reduce the mayonnaise to 2 tablespoons, increase the sugar to 1/4 cup, and increase the vinegar to 1/4 cup.
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Root beer adds a new dimension to a barbecue staple.
Combines white wine with Cointreau and soda.
A stiff shot of bourbon gives this creamy gravy a boost of flavor.
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