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Who doesn’t love coleslaw? It’s the ideal side dish for summer. Every barbecue features some kind of slaw. It goes with everything — burgers, fish, pork ribs, chicken, baked potatoes, corn on the cob.

Store-bought coleslaw is good. But nothing compares to homemade coleslaw. And it’s so quick and easy to make. Whether you go for the classic coleslaw with cabbage and carrot, or a fruity slaw with crunchy apple, making your own allows you to add your personal twist. So, impress your friends at the next barbecue with the one thing everyone loves. Coleslaw!

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1. It’s All About the Dressing

Without the dressing, coleslaw would just be a bowl of raw vegetables. So it goes without saying that a good dressing is the key to a tasty coleslaw. A classic coleslaw dressing is made with a few simple ingredients and is creamy, fresh, and flavorful. It’s so good that it’s worth making extra to store in the fridge and use as a spread for sandwiches, a dip, or as a sauce for roasted vegetables or meat.

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