We did pretty well for this one. Not the best, but pretty well. The onion, carrots, and cabbage were from my garden (the cabbage needed to be saved from the *$&%^$* earwigs). The honey is local, the olive oil and vinegar are not.
It's a coleslaw recipe from Trapper Creek's blog. I've never liked coleslaw. The only slaw I had growing up was from Long John Silver's, a fast-food seafood restaurant in northern Oklahoma. A seafood restaurant. In northern Oklahoma. It wasn't good - the seafood or the slaw.
But this slaw... this slaw is *good*. My daughter ate at least a cup full, and for my snacking daughter, that's saying a lot.
So head on over to Trapper Creek's blog and nab the recipe at this post. Trust me. It's worth it. The blog and the recipe. She's a funny lady. My husband's still laughing at her “Objects in the mirror are close to getting backed over, if they don’t quit gesturing like that!” post. I wish I hadn't shown him that post. I could have used it this fall when we help his dad haul hay and I would have sounded so clever. Damn it.