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Caramelized Onions

Posted By: Herbie Hancock

Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 02:52 PM

They are a labor of love, but worth the time to make.
Posted By: PMK

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 02:58 PM

up
Posted By: bill oxner

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 03:09 PM

chef
Posted By: bobcat1

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 03:27 PM

food
Posted By: skinnerback

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 04:47 PM

Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
They are a labor of love, but worth the time to make.




Yes they most certainly are. I consider them a base, or part of a base, for many things I cook.
Posted By: redchevy

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 05:00 PM

Originally Posted by skinnerback
Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
They are a labor of love, but worth the time to make.




Yes they most certainly are. I consider them a base, or part of a base, for many things I cook.

Same here. Learned from momma long ago many many dishes start with an onion! Even got my 4 year old on board with them because his little sister eats them lol.
Posted By: Herbie Hancock

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 05:05 PM

Especially with the 10/15 sweet onions, those natural sugars that come to life are supple.
Posted By: bigbob_ftw

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 05:09 PM

nothing better than some good french onion soup.

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Posted By: Herbie Hancock

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 05:15 PM

Yes!!!
Posted By: Walkabout

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 05:39 PM

ALWAYS on my Whataburger. All ya gotta do is ask.
Posted By: chalet

Re: Caramelized Onions - 03/01/19 09:07 PM

One of my daughters told me she didn't like or eat onions. I said that s bull, you eat everything I cook and I put onions in just about everything I make. Love me some onions.
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