green onion


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Synonyms for green onion

a young onion before the bulb has enlarged

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The Food and Drug Administration has determined that contaminated green onions from Mexico were responsible for what may be the largest hepatitis A outbreak in United States history when in late October and early November 2003, three people died and more than 600 were sickened after eating mild salsa at a Chi-Chi's restaurant in Beaver Valley, Pennsylvania.
Traceback investigations completed to date have determined that the green onion source is one or more fhrms in Mexico.
And they grow milder yet when cooked, as they are in this easy but intriguing pan-toasted green onion flatbread.
Bake in a 325|degrees~ oven until mixture is set in center when shaken, about 45 minutes; top with green onion.
Garnish each bowl with a watercress sprig and green onion curl.
The fish is served atop the noodles and accompanied by a vegetable concoction of lemongrass broth with baby bok choy, asparagus, red pepper, carrot, shitaki mushrooms and green onion.
4 green onions, sliced diagonally into 1/4-inch slices
The Iceberg and Cauliflower is available both wrapped and naked, while the green onions are available in cello bags either iced or iceless.
Spread toast thickly with hummus, sprinkle green onions on hummus, pile cilantro on top of the green onions then place a few thinly sliced lemons pieces on the cilantro.
One other thing, where are the green onions on the nachos?
A large hepatitis A outbreak in November 2003 among patrons of a Pennsylvania restaurant was linked to green onions that were apparently contaminated at farms in northern Mexico.
A HEPATITIS A outbreak that killed three people and made ill nearly 600 others who ate at a Pennsylvania Mexican restaurant was probably caused by green onions from Mexico, health officials have said.
In 2003, green onions were yet again implicated in a Pennsylvania outbreak that left over 600 sick with hepatitis A, causing at least four deaths and one liver transplant.