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Pikliz (Haitian Pickled Vegetable Relish)

This bright and fiery Haitian condiment (pronounced "pick-lees") is traditionally served with meats and fried food to balance rich flavors.

Author: Nils Bernstein

Gyoza (Japanese Dumplings)

Author: Sachie Nomura

Crispy Black Bean Tacos with Feta and Cabbage Slaw

Who needs meat? The cumin-scented black bean filling is hearty, satisfying, and incredibly easy to prepare. Round out the meal-and get a complete protein-by adding Mexican rice.

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen


Canning and preserving have long been an essential tactic of survival, and chowchow is a condiment born of both ingenuity and necessity. Here, green tomatoes not yet ripe enough to eat are transformed...

Author: Jocelyn Jackson

Corned Beef with Cabbage

Author: Darina Allen

Maui Kale Salad With Sweet Onion Dressing

A crowd-pleasing sweet onion dressing, spicy-sweet roasted peanuts, and crunchy potato chips make this kale and cabbage salad one to beat.

Author: Sheldon Simeon

New England Boiled Dinner

Author: James Beard

Barbecued Pork Burgers with Slaw

Author: Alexis Touchet

Red Wine Braised Cabbage and Onions

This dish is the vegetable incarnation of mulled wine-the cabbage and onions soak up all the flavor of the red wine and spices, becoming incredibly aromatic.

Red Cabbage Slaw With Cilantro and Citrus

Flavored with citrus, maple syrup, and cilantro, this slaw makes an excellent topper for tacos or side for anything you've got on the grill.

Author: Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel

Very Versatile Baked Beans With Cabbage

Any kind of medium or large dried bean works great here. Starchier varieties-like Italian gigante beans or cannellinis-will produce a creamier broth, and more vegetal ones-anything lima-like-will produce...

Author: Lukas Volger

Unstuffed Sweet and Sour Cabbage

Author: Andrea Albin

Baked Cabbage with Bacon

Author: Sharon Ryan

Dominican Chimichurri Burgers

No need to worry about why this Dominican burger shares a name with the Argentinean sauce-nobody knows. Instead, just call it a chimi, grab a cold beer, and enjoy!

Author: Andrea Albin

Irish Channel Corned Beef and Cabbage

Author: Patrice Keller Kononchek

Chopped Honey Mustard Slaw

Author: Tom Douglas

Texas Slaw

Author: Rebecca Poynor-Burns

Chinese Chicken Salad

Ellen Chao from Manhattan Beach, CA, writes: "I make this salad when I entertain guests. It looks impressive and tastes delicious. My kids love it, too - especially with the fried wonton skins." When chicken...

Author: Ellen Chao

Creamy Summer Slaw

Author: Chris Morocco

Sticky Spare Ribs Casserole

Cook ribs over a mix of red cabbage and tart apples in this easy one-pot pork dinner.

Author: Magdalena Wszelaki

Beef and Napa Cabbage Stir Fry

Author: Andrea Albin

Spicy and Creamy Slaw

This super-flexible, all-purpose salad turns cabbage into luscious tangles of crisp leaves generously coated in a rich and bright dressing.

Author: Andy Baraghani

Cheesy Cabbage Gratin

Roasting the cabbage is an essential first step: It draws out the excess moisture, ensuring that the cream mixture doesn't get watery.

Author: Andy Baraghani

Potato, Green Cabbage, and Leek Soup with Lemon Crème Fraîche

If you want a potato soup that's all about hearty, look no further. This creamy green cabbage and potato puree could bring even the chillest night some warmth.

Author: Maria Helm Sinskey

Classic Coleslaw

Hattie B's version of this traditional fried chicken side tastes like coleslaw should: crunchy, a little creamy, and with enough vinegar to keep it bright. Best of all: It will help put out the fire.