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Cole's Law

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Rachel -- Thinly sliced roast turkey topped with big eye Swiss cheese, tangy house made coleslaw, Thousand Island dressing, served on toasted marble rye bread.
Cabbage, the main ingredient in coleslaw, is a cruciferous vegetable.
The salad pots are prepared and packed by Scotia Produce, based in the Clyde Valley, Scotland, and are an addition to the two original salad pots of Scotty Brand Coleslaw and Scotty Brand Potato salad launched last year.
The guest in question asked Alan to pass the coleslaw, so he decided to empty the content of the bowl on to his plate before replying, 'oh look, it's all gone'.
It was served up with potato wedges, coleslaw, corn on the cob, spiral onion loaf, and Bourbon and Black BBQ sauce.
Pile a generous helping of the meats onto 1 slice, then top with a slice of cheese, about 1/3 cup coleslaw, and the second piece of bread.
AT The Copper Pot in Warwick Street, Leamington, trading standards officers found Tesco Healthy Living creamy coleslaw mis-described as homemade coleslaw; mild coloured cheddar cheese as mature cheddar cheese and eggs from caged hens as free range.
At KFC it found the large coleslaw was packed with more fat than the chain's popcorn chicken, fillet burger or large fries.
Wednesday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, squash, coleslaw, cake.
The coleslaw comes in three creative flavors sure to wake up your tongue: peanut-coconut, honey/ poppy seed and cilantro-lime.
These were own label luxury coleslaw, own label sausage rolls 6-pack, own label small French baton and Johnson's Baby Lotion 300ml.