I've mentioned our fantastic next door neighbors before, the kids fondly call them Papa and Grandma, Kaia and recently Mo have attended Sabbath services with them, and they are always helping us out. Recently we've been gifted with an abundance of produce from them.
Their church runs a food bank, and when a large amount of produce is donated, they take what they can distribute before it spoils for the food bank, and the rest is given to members of the congregation (to use and distribute to others). So Carl and Myke often bring some to share with us. Recently we've received 2 heads of iceberg lettuce, apples, grapes, yellow potatoes, a big bag of chopped broccoli and 6 onions.
The lettuce we quickly ate, and the apples and grapes go in lunches and are used for snacks. I love yellow potatoes for frying, soups and casseroles. The broccoli is easy to use, especially since it's all cut and ready.
But the onions... I love french onion soup, but don't think I could convince the rest of the family to eat it. I could make onion rings, but I'm really trying to eat healthier. Salsa is always a good option, but tomato prices are high. So tell me, what do you like to make that uses onions?