I really need to ask, since so many of you are getting hungry looking at CS's picture
I'll preface this comment with a "I mean no disrespect to anyone or any culture"
So here goes.
Cole slaw on a hamburger?
Or better yet: cole slaw on anything? (especially pulled pork)
I am a Yankee. Don't know what that connotation means to all, but to me it means cole slaw is that little tub of pickled cabbage that gets tossed with the spork from your meal deal.
So I don't get it.
Cole slaw as a condoment? Isnt it a watered down cabbage mix?
I ordered a pulled pork sandwich at a restaurant here, and it came with cole slaw on it. I asked the waitress: WTF? She said, that is Tennessee style pulled pork, and we are a Tennessee BBQ restaurant.
I told her, no, this is a Chicago barbecue restaurant, and get me a plain old pulled pork sandwich.
Then I got the feeling someone farked with the sandwich when they brought it back, so I didnt bother. Ate the rest of my daughter's burger.
Place went out of business after a year.
I guess this is just an observation of: I don't get it