This Week’s Theme: Veggies.
Sharon of Maui Girl Cooks presents this beautiful shot of sliced red onions as part of her blog post about this and other varieties of onions entitled: Layer upon Layer of Flavor. Check out the concentric mandala-like circles that make up the layers of these onions. And such vibrants stripes of red and white with the yellow seed-like centers.
About onions she states:
The way an onion is cut makes a huge difference on how it tastes in any given recipe. Click here to view a Fine Cooking video on a few different onion cutting techniques. I usually cut onions 4 different ways: Large Dice– Large dice is great for onions that will be cooked in spaghetti sauce, stew, vegetable soups, this quesadilla filling and that type of thing. The large dice holds its shape during cooking, but at the end will be soft and pleasant to eat. read more…
About herself she states:
I am passionate about food, so I blog about healthy food, food that is perhaps not so healthy, nutrition information, useful resources, foodie fiction, foodie movies, our cat Jack and more.
For more of her recipes, check out her recipe page.
“Happy is said to be the family which can eat onions together. They are, for the time being, separate, from the world, and have a harmony of aspiration.”
~ Charles Dudley Warner