Last night Steve ran over to his parents' house with Sweetie Peach and Kitty. When they came back they brought these gorgeous green onions from my father-in-law's garden. They are at least three times the diameter of a normal green onion--some four times. And the length is about the same as my forearm. I love the deep purple color on the bulb parts. In fact, I did not know green onions would turn purple like this.
Anyway, I left the onions on the counter last night and when we got up this morning the smell of onion in the air was quite pungent. So I set in to getting them chopped up and in the freezer right away. I started by cutting them up with a knife, but the fumes were too powerful for my eyes. Talk about stinging and tears! So then I pulled out my trusty food processor to do the trick. The fumes were still strong, but at least I did not have to suffer as long. Here is the gallon ziplock bag results after the chopping. Does this qualify for a year's supply?
Scripture of the Day: 3 Ne. 11:26