Texas Slaw is based on Cattlemen’s Steakhouse cole slaw. The addition of sweet pineapples to this coleslaw is the secret ingredient. It is sweet and creamy and you are going to love it. A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.
Recipe Post Makeover 1/14/17
I told you guys I am giving the old posts some makeovers. It is nice to go in and reshoot the photos. Plus, like with the Easy Brownies, I made a recipe video to go with this recipe. Hey, I am remaking the recipe, why not try doing a video for it?
It is humbling looking at the old photos of these recipes. This slaw was another example of how I thought I did one hell of a job with the photo back then. Truthfully, I did, considering it was an iPhone 4 I was taking the photos with.
To pay homage to that old photo, I decided to use the same plate for the new photo. It is always good to remember your roots. I still have that clear plate. Now that end table, in fact, everything on that end table, no I do not have anymore. When I moved out that apartment I lived in for 6 years, I gave all that away. I wanted to get rid of my past if you recall.
I am glad I decided to do videos. I am having fun shooting it and editing them. With each video I see improvements. However, I did notice in this one, my god I have such fat hands! They are little and chubby. I am not sure if as I lose weight if they will lose weight too?
I had gone to this Cattlemen’s restaurant and what I was impressed with was this cole slaw. It was so creamy and what surprised me was there were no onions in it. Instead, it had pineapples. This sweet slaw was amazing. I did a little research on the internet and I found a few copycat recipes. I took a little from one and little from another. It was amazing.
Texas Slaw is based on Cattlemen's Steakhouse cole slaw. The addition of sweet pineapples to this slaw is the secret ingredient. It is sweet and creamy and you are going to love it.
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