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onions - Page 2 of 3

  • Article

    Bringing in the Alliums

    Right now, we are rich in alliums. In the past few weeks, we have been curing the alliums--garlic, onions and shallots--which we harvested about three weeks or so ago. It…

  • Article

    For Crying Out Loud: Tips for No-Tear Onion Cutting

    So why all the tears? Well, once you take your knife to the onion, enzymes and Amino acid sulfoxides come together to create a volatile sulfur compound (in the form…

  • Kitchen Gardening

    Cultivating the Alliums: From Mild to Wild

    Though spring has sprung, it's not too late to plant some allium plants in your garden. Here is a basic guide of what to grow and how to prepare the…

  • Article

    Getting Familiar with My Irish Roots

    Happy autumnal equinox! Inspired by the cuisine of Ireland and their prodigious use of root vegetables, I am ready to start roasting them in the oven and making soups.

  • Kitchen Gardening

    How to Grow Onions from Seed

    Start with seeds to pick the best varieties for flavor, color and storage.

  • Article

    Sweet Onions with Roasted Chile and Feta Cheese Stuffing

    Sweet onions are stuffed with creamy feta cheese, caramelized onions, breadcrumbs, and a touch of cream that's offset by the punch of roasted chile pepper purée.

  • Article

    Stuffed Vegetables

    Savory fillings turn garden produce into something spectacular. And the basic technique for making stuffed onions, tomatores, peppers, and squash is surprisingly straightforward.

  • Article

    Potato and Onion Focaccia

    Serve this bread with soup or any saucy, tomato-based dish.

  • Article

    Braised Young Vegetables

    Use just-picked veggies and homemade broth to make this dish the best it can be.

  • Article

    Beautiful Breads from Bountiful Harvests

    There are more ways than you think to use the garden's produce. These harvest breads are so good, so attractive, and so good for you, that your main problem will…