Our onions have the bonus of fresh green tops that can be used
like scallions. Raw or cooked, they are delicious. Onions, like garlic,
are members of the Allium family, and both are rich in powerful
sulfur-containing compounds that are responsible for their pungent
odors and for many of their health-promoting effects. In addition,
onions are very rich in chromium, a trace mineral that helps cells
respond to insulin, plus vitamin C, and numerous flavonoids, most
notably, quercitin.

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Tortellini and Chard in Broth

Crumbly Mizuna

Makhlubbi: a Jordanian Upside-Down Company Platter

Rustic Red Kale and White Bean Soup

Italian-Style Vegetable Pancakes

Carrot and Dill Soup

Eggplant Creole

TIP: Purplette Onion

Broccoli and Sweet Red Pepper Soup

Curried Winter Squash Soup

Hearty Turnip Dip

Radish Hash Browns



Carrot, Parsley, and Chickpea Salad

Korean Vegetable Croquettes

Red Cabbage Coleslaw

Moroccan Style Veggies

Radicchio Risotto

Lettuce Soup

Polish Cabbage Rolls

Cashew and Celery Rice

Collards with Prosciutto


Irish Turnips with Caramelized Onions

Made from Scratch Vegetable Stock

Balsamic Onions

Bok Choy Soup