In virtually every cuisine since prehistoric times, onions were first depicted circa 3200 BCE in ancient Egypt.  They show up in ancient art, tomb paintings, and written documents, and were exalted in the U.S. as George Washington’s favorite vegetable.

Complement savory dishes with the onion’s sweet and salty flavor.  Add to soups, sauces, stews, casseroles, meatloaf, relishes, and stuffing.


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