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Vidalia Onions?

.... hey, it's a really slow night, & I can post purt'near anything I want. (I learned this from Jaylee). So... PA noticed that I haven't had Vidalia Onions in a couple days, so I figured there might be one or 2 people who'd be interested in learning a thing or 3 about these sweet, delicious onions. I have enjoyed them so much this summer, more than ever before for some reason. I've eaten them just about every night (as PA has noticed '-)

So, here's a little intel on them, and feel free to use this thread to ask anything you'd like to know about, or post anything you'd like to enlighten us about.

Tags: Vidalia_Onions, What_Would_You_Like_to_Know_About?, What_Would_You_Like_to_Tell_us_about?

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I woke up able to speak Portugese this morning...how's that?
That's amazing, Bob!! I'm definitely glad you shared that w/us! Now.... share some Portuguese w/us.
This guy reminds me of my Uncle John, back when Uncle John was young.

Thanks d's girl, for a trip down memory lane. I lived down the road (interstate) from Vidalia for a number of years. Finally got brave enough to bake a few of those sweeties with bouillon and butter, and it was pretty yummy!
Glad I gave you that memory, real. I love 'em simply sauteed w/a little butter. They are sooooo good!

(btw.... I live in Georgia, but don't actually know where Vidalia is! ;-p I'm going to Google it right now! ...)
hahaha! That's adorable, Stir! I had no idea there was a song (& @ least a fictitious girl) called Vidalia!
I have actually been to Vidalia, Georgia too. Does that mean anything?
It sure does! Wow, PA, that's one better than me, & I live in Georgia! I gotta get to Vidalia. '-)
OK, I like onions too. I usually either buy Vidalia, or red onions, or occasionally sweet yellow ones. Anyway, D'sG, you made me google recipes and I think I might have to try this one.

Vidalia Onion Casserole

3 cups coarsely chopped Vidalia onions
2 teaspoons butter
2 teaspoons all-purpose flour
1 cup chicken broth
1 (5 1/2 ounce) can evaporated milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1 cup grated cheese (such as Swiss)
1 cup cracker crumbs
Butter (to dot on top of casserole)

Boil onion chunks for 15 to 20 minutes; drain and rinse.

Melt butter in a saucepan. Stir in flour, broth and milk, stirring constantly until thickened. Add onions, salt and pepper. Place onion mixture in a 1 1/2-quart casserole dish, top with cheese and cracker crumbs, then dot with butter. Bake at 375 degrees F for 30 minutes.
Oh, my gosh, TeeBub, that sounds GREAT!
I would like to know why some onions make me cry and some don't. Do they put off unscented fumes?




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