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Post  bnoles 5/6/2013, 5:23 pm

My wife informed me that we were having pinto beans and cornbread for dinner tonight (one of my favorite meals). Being the full blooded country boy I am, I ran out to the TT SFG and plucked a couple of scallions to go with with my meal. I have had my eye on this square for several days now just waiting for the opportunity to try these.

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Post  Windmere 5/6/2013, 5:49 pm

They look perfect Bob. I am a bit jealous. Enjoy your delicious dinner, you earned it!
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Post  llama momma 5/6/2013, 5:58 pm

Enjoy! Yummy, love scallions, froze a bunch to enjoy all winter long.
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Post  angiesj 5/6/2013, 7:38 pm

I knew you had to be from the south for Pinto beans, cornbread and onions. We have that often! Add some fried potatoes for a real treat. Very Happy
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Post  llama momma 5/6/2013, 7:40 pm

llama momma wrote:Enjoy! Yummy, love scallions, froze a bunch to enjoy all winter long.

amend this statement -- froze a bunch from last years harvest
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Post  plantoid 5/7/2013, 5:35 am

Scallions ..... a new word for my American to English dictionary book .
We call them spring onions .. a very popular variety here is called white lisbon. Sometimes they are quite mild almost sweet , sometimes though they blow your socks off and make your eyes water for a few minutes .

The green tops are often cut in to 1/52 ( ish ) sort of lengths and the resultant tubes of green are added to potato salads or cheese & coleslaws for a bit of " bite " .
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Post  plantoid 5/7/2013, 5:37 am

llama momma wrote:
llama momma wrote:Enjoy! Yummy, love scallions, froze a bunch to enjoy all winter long.

amend this statement -- froze a bunch from last years harvest

LM was that unblanched or fried or some other way of prepping before freezing ?
The onion fiend wants to know Laughing
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Post  llama momma 5/7/2013, 6:04 am

plantoid wrote:
llama momma wrote:
llama momma wrote:Enjoy! Yummy, love scallions, froze a bunch to enjoy all winter long.

amend this statement -- froze a bunch from last years harvest

LM was that unblanched or fried or some other way of prepping before freezing ?
The onion fiend wants to know Laughing
Just washed, cut up, and put in zip lock freezer bags with as much air squeezed out as possible. Did the same with little banana peppers. They were terrific sautéed with morning eggs.
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Post  Turan 5/7/2013, 12:04 pm

plantoid wrote:Scallions ..... a new word for my American to English dictionary book .
We call them spring onions .. a very popular variety here is called white lisbon. Sometimes they are quite mild almost sweet , sometimes though they blow your socks off and make your eyes water for a few minutes .

The green tops are often cut in to 1/52 ( ish ) sort of lengths and the resultant tubes of green are added to potato salads or cheese & coleslaws for a bit of " bite " .

Maybe it is a Eastern dialect thing? Any rate here in Montana and when I lived in SanDeigo we call those green onions. I have heard old timers call them spring onions as well.

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Post  Windmere 5/7/2013, 12:10 pm

I have also always referred to scallions a green onions. I used to confuse them with shallots, but I know better now.

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