from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Egyptian onion, under onion.
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Kevin ordered the grass-fed Angus on a brioche bun with Brie and onion jam, while I went with the Wagyu on potato-onion with cheddar and applewood smoked bacon.
Silver Spring resident Shirley Greenberg fills her blintzes with a traditional cheese mixture or with a potato-onion mixture.
Follow that with the potato-onion - coconut mixture.
Each was stuffed with a tasty, golden-colored, potato-onion mixture, moderately spicy and seasoned with mustard seeds and curry leaves.
On the menu tonight was rack of lamb and potato-onion gratin, with generic veggies and, of couse, a good red wine.
My steak sandwich, served on a great potato-onion hoagie roll, was good if not especially tender.
The potato-onion, while a damn good piece of bread, is more of a rustic dinner roll than what I’d choose for a burger bun.