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KAYLINDA 09-07-2005 06:48 PM

And another one...Do you put
Onion or Onions in your food?

Alix 09-07-2005 06:49 PM

LOL, depends on how many I am cooking for!!

pdswife 09-07-2005 08:01 PM

:smile: onions ( always more than called for)

KAYLINDA 09-07-2005 08:23 PM

Oh! I do agree!!!! Always more. Onions are my favorite!

Andy M. 09-07-2005 09:55 PM

Onions! I use them a lot. and I use a lot of them.

Haggis 09-07-2005 10:12 PM

Alot of food just tastes so bland without them. Whatever cuisine your cooking there is not a dish that cannot be improved by the addition of onion in some form or another :P.

Caramelised onions and a roast? Ohhh yeah!

I guess thats why its one of the 'big three' of italian, french and many other european cuisines.

kadesma 09-07-2005 10:14 PM

I always say onion, but, that, means ONIONSs:lol: :rofl:


daisy 09-07-2005 10:41 PM

Oh yes, onions are VITAL in so many dishes! I prefer those really hot, ultra-oniony brown onions, too. You can\'t have meatballs without onion, nor spag. bol., a stirfry is bland without onions, lots of onions in casseroles and stews (soups, too, if I made soup), baked onions to go with a roast, finely chopped onion in mashed potato, onion gravy (goes well with sausages or meatballs). I even put grated onion into scrambled eggs, omelettes and quiches.

I like very finely sliced onion rings in a tossed salad, but to pander to wimpy taste-buds, I usually use a red onion for that!

Tonight I\'ll be having fritters made with leftover corned beef - and chopped onions mixed into the batter. Maybe some fried onions on the side.

I grow some of my own onions, but when I need to buy them, I buy in bulk and freeze them sliced or chopped. I think I\'d have a stroke if I ran out of onions!!

Dove 09-08-2005 12:37 AM

I needed an onion before DH fell and fractured his hip so I ran (not really) over to Costco. Wow!! they are the size of a basket ball..well, a baseball I guess. Now that I am home alone.."What do I do with 10 pounds of onions!! I guess I could cut them up (my processer died) and freeze that but to make them taste good when I fry some, other then butter what would make them taste good?Don't they do something different when they are put on a steak sandwitch?


Domestic Goddess 09-09-2005 02:44 PM

Yes I do, then I brake out the Alkaseltzer ( for later )! :ermm:

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