This cole slaw is requested by our friends and family at every gathering, regardless of the season. It is my husband's signature dish, and he almost never measures anything, so he and I are trying to be as precise as possible in listing ingredient amounts. He encourages tasting along the way to the finished product. It is a mayo-based recipe, with the addition of sweet pickle juice and a small can of crushed pineapple. If the mood hits me, I will cut up fresh pineapple for him. We serve My Hubby's Cole Slaw at our annual DC crab cake fest, which takes place every December 23rd. And, while this recipe is not a family heirloom that was handed down to us, Hubby has been making this cole slaw for almost 40 years. —Bevi
6 to 8 servings
small head green cabbage, finely grated
carrots, medium sized, grated
8 oz. can crushed pineapple, or 1 cup fresh pineapple, finely chopped, with accumulated juices
heaping tablespoons sour cream
slightly less heaping tablespoons of good mayonaise
heaping teaspoon of country mustard
sweet pickle juice
In This Recipe
Put all ingredients in a large bowl.
Mix thoroughly and adjust seasoning to taste as necessary. This slaw is best prepared
at least a couple of hours prior to serving. Place in refrigerator and stir every now and then to blend.