Tuesdays Trick & Treat: Say Goodbye to Onion Tears & Crockpot Fajitas

Chopping onions can be a sad affair. I’ve tried wearing my glasses, breathing only through my nose, lighting a candle and still, if I chop more than one onion I am in tears. Check out this post at $5DollarDinners, How to Chop an Onion Without Crying and let us know what you think.

Tuesdays and Wednesdays are our long days away from the house, so I often pop something in the crockpot before we leave the house. Over at Eat at Home Cooks I found a new recipe that I just can’t wait to try. Let us know how you like it.

Photo by Eat at Home Cooks

Photo by Eat at Home Cooks

 

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  1. When I was first married, my husband didn’t like onions, and didn’t want them in anything. He liked the flavor, but not the texture. Well, I was not happy with using onion powder in everything, and I was determined to get fresh onions in our food! I tried grating them, which worked in the food, but made my eyes water like MAD. It was miserable. I finally got into the routine of putting on goggles and a dust mask to grate several onions about once a month, then I would freeze the pulp to use all month. It worked great. I’m not sure why I didn’t just use the blender, but I’m happy to say that after a few years, my husband learned to like onions, so now I chop them and put them in everything!

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