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Frying Onions

I'm afraid I must be very careful in writing on this topic, as my latest article at QuirkyScience promises to do quite well, and I am afraid Google will see this little blip and discount that article. Not that I am not very appreciative of the opportunity to write here. A great acquaintance and the owner of this site bends over backward to help her fellow writers succeed in their writing task.

But in my field of expertise, it is hard to find a listening audience! Will you check out my latest piece? It is entitled: Cooking Onions: Flavor Changes Chemistry

Have YOU ever wondered why onions that you may not enjoy raw, become delectable to you after frying? Elegant in both fragrance and sweetness, a wonderful accompaniment to meats such as steak and liver?

Check out the article I have written, and please include a comment!

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VinceSummers wrote on April 11, 2018, 1:18 PM

I am sorry in a way. I hope I have not offended you, MegL . And as for Lookatdesktop , you two are my most loyal readers. I do get some visits from Kasman. Other than that...

MegL wrote on April 12, 2018, 5:35 AM

I love onions, especially fried until brown, though the slow cooked softer ones are nice too. My father loved pickled onions. He decided to make his own but that required peeling an awful lot of small onions. I was sitting on the other side of the room and I still cried from the onions!

MegL wrote on April 12, 2018, 5:43 AM

I am not offended. I enjoy reading quirky science and I see that it is a top site online. I can understand you not wanting to jeopardise that.

VinceSummers wrote on April 12, 2018, 7:39 AM

I do like onions raw, although such has not always been the case. But, just as it is for blueberries, the change intrigues me.

Kasman wrote on April 13, 2018, 4:46 PM

I do enjoy raw onions on something like a salad or a cheese and onion sandwich. Mrs Kasman loves pickled onions (I sleep in the spare room when she's been eating them!) and our local Chinese takeway restaurant does a lovely onions in gravy which we both enjoy.

Kasman wrote on April 13, 2018, 5:08 PM

Note to self - 'Must Try Harder'! emoticon :smile:

Last Edited: April 13, 2018, 5:08 PM

VinceSummers wrote on April 13, 2018, 5:59 PM

Let me know in advance before Mrs. Kasman is about to eat pickled onions, won't you? I want to make sure I'm upwind of her. And we're only a few thousand miles apart.