Lorraine’s Farmhouse Kitchen
With a good heavy, somewhat greasy meal, I love to have the fresh, crunchy oppositeness of coleslaw.  I often forget that it tastes much better if you give it time for the flavors to meld, but even at the last minute it will do the job.  The amounts here are pretty loose, but it is easy to increase what you like or reduce or even eliminate items you don’t like or add other things like apple or celery or grated beets.
About 1/2 Cabbage, shredded
About 1/2 Radicchio, chopped
About 1/2 Fennel bulb, very thinly sliced
Small amount of very finely chopped Onion
If you have any Pomegranate left, throw in some seeds. It can handle a good amount.
Mix everything into a bowl and spoon on at least 2 TB Yogurt, a quick drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper to taste.  You can also add some red pepper flakes, and some lemon zest.  I used a couple of tsp of Sumac.  Mix it all really well and enjoy.