The All-American Summer Menu
Six easy takes on the country's favorite local dishes.
From the MidwestColeslaw With Caraway and Raisins
Coleslaw, a classic cookout side dish, was first introduced by early Dutch settlers. This recipe substitutes thick, tart sour cream for the usual salty mayonnaise. Caraway seeds add crunch and a hint of licorice; raisins provide a sweet counterpoint.
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