Wednesday, May 25, 2011

For 2: Pioneer Woman Sandwich and Coleslaw

Stating that The Pioneer Woman is a good cook is like stating Rafael Nadal is good at tennis (ha, take that John Isner…sorry if you don’t tweet or follow tennis, that made no sense, but I do and I thought it was funny) Last night I made the Marlboro Man sandwich Pioneer Woman’s Way and it did not disappoint; it was freaking good! The cube steak, onions, peppers, mushrooms, Tabasco, cheese, and Worcestershire sauce were the perfect combination of savory goodness on a hoagie roll! I am not even going to attempt to rewrite this recipe and tell you how to do it, because I did it exactly how she says (but divided by 4, I have an inkling of self control) and she has a great step by step procedure on her blog so click on over and check it out. And if you don’t know who Pioneer Woman is– like the best food blogger ever - you really need to click over and check it out!

What I do want to talk about is Coleslaw, it was our side dish last night. I love coleslaw, specifically Fresh Express Angel Hair Coleslaw (NO CARROTS – carrots do not belong in my coleslaw) and Marie’s coleslaw dressing. That is how I like my coleslaw, straight out of a bag and bottle, no cutting cabbage, no mixing a dressing – and yes I know, there are better ways…blah blah…I haven’t tried one that I like as much as this way. The one thing I do always have a hard time with is the proportion. Like how much cabbage to dressing…I just can’t seem to master it. How do you make your coleslaw? What is your portion of cabbage to dressing? Do you make it all from scratch? Any recipe you would like to share?

Sincerely Loving Food,

Side note – FreshExpress nor Marie nor Pioneer Woman know me – I just like their food!

1 comment:

  1. Oooh we have a slaw recipe that Marc has mastered, but it's waaaay different from most!! It's a vinegar/dill dressing - sounds gross, but assure you, it's fantastic! I don't usually like slaw because it's too creamy - this one is tangy and healthy! I'll send you the recipe if you're intrigued =) If not, I won't be offended!