and with G/W's Georgia Central Railway at Vidalia
This year, we know that numerous retailers will be featuring Bland Farms' Vidalia
onions in their grilling section," says Alannah Finnan, marketing specialist for Glennville, Ga.
The Shuman family began growing and shipping Vidalia
onions in the 1980s.
In addition to her time with the apple association, Brannen previously served as executive director of the Vidalia
Onion Committee for eight years.
4 million loan refinancing for Meadows Regional Medical Center in Vidalia
Forty-six locations are involved with the Georgia agreements, consisting of Loan Donuts Holdings (20 restaurants in Atlanta); U Donuts (11 restaurants in Savannah); Awale Investments (six locations in Atlanta); Dublin Donuts (three restaurants in Dublin, Vidalia
and Statesboro); Peter Patel and AJ Patel (four restaurants in Augusta); and Bill Jones and Natalie Jones of Jones-Stark Properties (two locations in Atlanta and Macon).
From Greek Beef and Lentil Stew; Pasta with Oyster Mushrooms; Herbed Polenta; and Fruit Stuffed Vidalia
Onions; to English Muffin Bread; Chocolate Buttermilk Cake with Mocha Frosting; and Double-Crust Apple Pie, "1,001 Best Low-Fat Recipes" will prove to be a terrific resource for meal planning and an enduringly popular addition to personal, family, and community library cookbook collections.
onion production region in Georgia, which consists of ~13,000 acres valued at $126,000,000 (Boatwright & McKissick 2009), is an unusual onion production region because the dominant species attacking onions has traditionally been tobacco thrips, Frankliniella fusca (Hinds) (Sparks et al.
The annual Vidalia
onion crop appears in markets in late April and lasts until mid-July; in a "controlled atmosphere," Vidalias
are available as late as December.
Once again you fall for Vidalia
onions and summer squash,
Julius Delane Thornhill of Vidalia
, Louisiana, and the late Mrs.
In her piquant recipe for barbacao de carne with vidalia
onion and herb salsa, she explains: "The word "barbecue" is derived from the term barbacao, a cooking technique originating with the Taino people of the Carribean in which meats are roasted on an open fire.