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Vidalia onions are known to
folks around the world as the sweetest onions available. Grown
in a 20-county area in the southeastern portion of the state,
these “no-tears” Georgia beauties are sought for their mind,
sweet taste, due to their high sugar and water content, and the
loamy, low-sulfur soil where they’re grown. In 1990, the
Georgia General Assembly declared the Vidalia the state’s
official vegetable. Fresh season for Vidalias runs roughly May
through October, but these onions are available into late fall,
thanks to controlled-atmosphere cold storage and frozen
to 350 degrees. Cook onions in oil until golden brown, about
40 minutes. Stir in bourbon and garlic. Cook until liquid
evaporates; cool. Blend cream, eggs and yolks. Mix in onions
and lemons juice. Season with salt, pepper and cayenne pepper.
Pour into ceramic baking dish. Bake for 30 minutes.
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