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Utah Bob #35998

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  1. 10 minutes ago, Marshal Mo Hare, SASS #45984 said:

    I see “Vidalia Onions” often, even at Costco. That's why I don’t think they are really Vidalia. More Vidalia are sold than were produced.

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    It can be called a Vidalia only if it's grown in one of 20 counties designated by the the Vidalia Onion Act of 1986. The Vidalia onion was named Georgia's official state vegetable in 1990.


    While Vidalias may vary somewhat from farm to farm and season, if they say Vidalia on the label they better be from Gawja!

    https://www.exploregeorgia.org/blog/10-things-you-didnt-know-about-vidalia-onions

     

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  2. 26 minutes ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

     

     

    Would I be correct in assuming that once you have saute'd the onions they go into the buttered casserole dish and the batter gets poured over them?

    Saving the recipe, likely make it this weekend if I can find the onions.

    Hmmm...and a big glass of buttermilk to wash it down.

    No. Just the opposite. Onions go on last.


  3. If’n you do, trust me on this recipe. It’s awesome.
     

    Jody’s VIDALIA ONION CASSEROLE

    1 1/2 cup of corn muffin mix

    1 egg - beaten

    1 15 oz can of creamed corn

    1/3 cup milk

    1 large Vidalia onion

    1/2 stick of margarine or butter

    1 cup of sour cream

    1/2 cup of grated sharp cheddar cheese

    1/4 tsp salt


    heat oven to 350°
    Chop and sauté the onion in the butter
    Add sour cream, cheese, and salt to the onion

    Combine muffin mix, egg, creamed corn, and milk and pour into a buttered casserole dish

    Pour the sautéed onions over the muffins corn mix.
    Bake uncovered at 350° for 40-45 minutes
     

    Try not to eat it all in one sittin. :wub:
     

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  4. 2 hours on the tractor doing the north field. I may change my alias to Dusty Bob. We shore need some rain.

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  5. 46 minutes ago, Hashknife Cowboy said:

     

     "The film was shot in the vicinity of a nuclear test site is thought to have affected their lives in a lasting way. Namely, out of 220 people who worked on the production of The Conqueror, 92 died of cancer, including Wayne, Hayward, and Armendáriz."

     

     

    I know of a few families from that area who lost elders due to cancer, all of which did not smoke or drink.  Hmmm..... 

     

    True, but as residents of the region their exposure was long term. Not temporary. 


  6. 19 minutes ago, Hardpan Curmudgeon SASS #8967 said:

     

    But... but... but, Bob!  What about all them Riots and Rioters down Cahone way~?   :rolleyes:

    Well, ethnically according to the last Census, there’s very little chance of a riot breaking out here.

    And by very little chance, I mean Absolutely No chance at all.

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