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caramelized-onions

Caramelized Onions

Make an “X” in the root end of each onion. In a pot of lightly salted boiling water, blanch the onions for about 1 minute. Cool and pee...

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thick-sliced-onions-with-lemon-thyme

Thick-Sliced Onions with Lemon Thyme

These are so good–grilling onions caramelizes the natural sugars and brings out all their inherent sweetness, which is emphasized in this...

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caramelized-onions

Caramelized Onions

I developed this recipe years ago but never wrote it down. I didn’t need to — I use it so often, I know it by heart. But now it is time ...

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pickled-red-onions

Pickled Red Onions

  Combine the water, vinegar, sugar, salt, cayenne and herb in a one-quart stainless steel or glass bowl. Place the sliced onions in a co...

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the-easiest-french-onion-soup

The Easiest French Onion Soup

Beth’s mom’s neighbor was raving about her favorite onion soup. When we got the recipe, one she clipped from her local newspaper, we had ...

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onion-soup

Onion Soup

The onions for an onion soup need a long, slow cooking in butter and oil, then a long, slow simmering in stock for them to develop the de...

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caramelized-onion-tarts

Caramelized Onion Tarts

This reminds me of a really good onion soup, with its sweet onions cooked with a little sugar until soft and then simmered until they tur...

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onion-rings

Onion Rings

I don’t batter my onion rings; I just coat them in a light coating of flour. The problem with battered onion rings is that you forget the...

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onion-soubise

Onion Soubise

Onion soubise is a My Fair Lady of cooking. Long, gentle cooking mellows brash onions into an unrecognizably suave, sweet side dish. The...

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three-onion-soup

Three-Onion Soup

Frank had to do some research to prove to Jerome that what Americans call French onion soup really is from France. Jerome never saw it wh...

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