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Broccoli Salad with Celery Seed Dressing

My honey brought home a beautiful bunch of fresh broccoli the other day. I knew I wanted to make a salad with it, but I wanted something other than my usual… 275 more words

Food

Highs and Lows in Crazy Early Spring

First a word about my breakfast. I am so aware of where my food comes from. I realize it might seem off the deep end to friends in other places, other lives, other worlds. 722 more words

How to store sweet onions.

Silence Dogood here. Our friend Ben and I love sweet onions, especially the mild, delicious Vidalias. (We don’t get Walla Walla and Texas 1015 Supersweet here in our part of scenic PA, so when Vidalias go out of season, I end up buying generic “sweet onions.”) After years of sobbing through my contact lenses while cutting sulfurous onions, discovering sweet onions was practically life-altering. 712 more words

Homesteading

New disease hits Georgia Vidalia onion crop

By Clint Thompson
University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Georgia is the only state that produces sweet Vidalia onions. It’s also the only state where onion farmers are tackling a new disease — yellow bud. 552 more words

News

Travel Channel show spotlights grilling in Savannah

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) – As heat in Savannah reaches near record temperatures, the only thing that will be getting hotter at the end of this weekend will be the competition – on-air – as four grill experts turn up the gas and light the fires for Travel Channel’s new show American Grilled. 93 more words

Local News

Vidalia Onion Soup

I saw Vidalia onion soup advertised on a restaurant menu, and so went to my trusty first cookbook, Savannah Collection, and made the French Onion Soup on page 41  with Vidalias, those deliciously mild onions from Toombs County. 169 more words

Recipes & Cooking

You Can't Beet a Vidalia Onion

This piece was created with Vidalia Onion and beet dyes.

For the onion dye–As you use onions in cooking, save the skins in a bag until you have a sauce pot full.   133 more words

Susan Faith Corl