Cool Cucumber Radish Salad Hi Guys, Lynn here back with another recipe. If your looking for a great recipe to enjoy this Labor Day weekend, Cucumber Radish Salad is the answer. Cool cucumber, peppery radish and sliced onions are tossed together oil/vinegar/sugar. This simple and …
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Slow Cooker Caramelized Onions Slow Cooker Caramelized Onions are not only fast and easy to make, they’re delicious. If you and your family love caramelized onions as much as we do you’ll love this recipe. The hardest part of this recipe, if you want to …
Vidalia Onion Relish Crostini
Looking for a tasty, easy appetizer to serve at your next party? Then give these tasty little bites a try. With only three ingredients you really can’t go wrong. The “star” of this easy recipe is a fantastic Vidalia onion relish that my daughter brought back for me on her trip to Disney. My daughter and her family flew into Atlanta, visited some friends for a few days and then drove to Disney.
On their drive back from Disney, they stopped at Sunbelt Plantation. Sunbelt Plantations is located in Tifton GA. A beautiful state that I fell in love with while visiting, some years back. My daughter picked me up a jar of Georgia Peach Preserve and Vidalia Onion Relish. The peach preserves we ate up right away, delicious served on scones or an English muffin. Next, we tried the Vidalia Onion Relish.
We tried Vidalia Onion Relish on…What else…a Wisconsin bratwurst! Two states collided together and we enjoyed a delicious grilled Wisconsin bratwurst topped with the sweet taste of Georgia Vidalia onion relish. I was first introduced to Vidalia onions about 20 years ago when I worked at the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store.
Vidalia Onion Facts
A Vidalia onion is a sweet onion grown exclusively in Georgia. The onions are called Vidalia because of where they are grown; Vidalia Georgia. The growing of Vidalia onions started there in the early 1930’s. Vidalia onions are sweet due to the low amount of sulfar in the soil in which the onions are grown. The Vidalia onion was named Georgia’s official state vegetable in 1990.