- Welsh Einion, from Latin Annianus (Wiktionary)
“Pan-Fried Scallops with Caramelized Onions is fast, easy, and worthy of being served to the most discerning diners.”
“Anyway, tonight I made Thyme Scented Roasted Chicken Breasts With Grapes & Onions, which is basically a combination of a few roasted poultry dishes in the book.”
“The name Vidalia Onions is trademarked and reserved for onions grown in a certain region of southeast Georgia.”
“+ Big-Money Shot Taker -- There's a reason why Bill Raftery's "Onions" call is as recognized as it is: It often follows huge shots that win games.”
“That includes Pari, who was convicted in 1978 of killing Joe "Onions" Scanlon, and Domenic Lombardi, who has been convicted of crimes including arson.”
“Well, this state of affairs lasted until the new Sekundaner entered from the preparatory school and the newly dubbed 'Onions' returned, and then once more the wheelbarrow trudged along its accustomed way.”
“Onions: Diced onions sauteed in olive oil provide a dose of Vitamin C, folate, fiber and heart-healthy fat.”
“– Dislikes: Onions, short walks on the beach, vengeful people ...”
“Nonorganic is fine when buying 1. Onions 2. Avocado 3. Sweet corn (frozen) 4. Pineapple 5. Mango 6. Sweet peas (frozen) 7. Asparagus 8. Kiwi 9. Cabbage”
“My introduction to horror was an old anthology I found in my school library about 1966, filled with great names like Oliver Onions, Arthur Machen, Wm Hope Hodgson, E.F. Benson, Guy de Maupassant, Lady Asquith.”
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