Vidalia


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a town in central Georgia

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Creating cross-promotions involving other produce items, or even meats, allows retailers the opportunity to push Vidalia onions in different recipes, for instance, vegetable kabobs or steak/chicken fajitas," adds Finnan.
By growing up and living in the Vidalia onion region of Georgia, agriculture has always been a part of my life and family roots," says John Shuman, president of the Reidsville, Ga.
In Georgia's Vidalia onion production area, insecticide applications are recommended at an action threshold of 5 thrips per plant (Sparks & Riley 2008) as a slightly more conservative level.
Bridesmaids were Joanna Biglane McNeel, cousin of the bride, of Ridgeland; Amanda Patricia Hinson, Briana Brooke Mophett, and Mallory Leeann Hinson, all sisters of the groom, of Natchez; Sarah Wisner Calhoun of Vidalia, Louisiana; Emily Kay Stevens of New Orleans, Louisiana; Brittany Jeanne Laird of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Mary Martha Geoghegan of Jackson.
The plant, located about 20 miles south of Vidalia near Baxley, Ga.
As per People magazine, Jamie Lynn Spears, 18, was at Aldridge's bedside on April 26 at the Riverland Medical Center in Vidalia, La, and a family source revealed the young dad has been in and out of consciousness.
Dot Foods operates nine distribution centers in: Modesto, CA; Vidalia, GA; Burley, ID; Mt.
In late April the Mississippi River off the town of Vidalia, Louisiana, was running very high and fast.
From Uncle Wilson's Baked Onions made with sweet Vidalia onions and bacon to simple meat loaf and collard greens, dishes tend towards simplicity and ease and many full-page color photos are displayed throughout.
Choose 'Walla Walla' for Northern California to the Northwest and Rocky Mountain regions; go for 'Yellow Granex' (considered a Vidalia if grown in designated counties in Georgia) or '1015Y Texas Supersweets' throughout California and the Southwest.
Vidalia Marketplace, a new specialty gourmet food market offering fresh produce, seafood, meats and premium takeout, also offers microbrews and imported beer, one of the first grocery store in Pennsylvania to do so.
Although farmers have recently managed to extend the growing season, every April I used to anxiously anticipate the arrival of Georgia's sweet Vidalia onions.
FERC said Arkansans won't have to share in the cost of buying power from a hydroelectric plant at Vidalia, La.
Western Yellow, shallots, New York Bold, and Northern Red showed the highest antiproliferative effects against cancer cells, while Western White, Peruvian Sweet, Empire Sweet, Mexico, Texas 1015, Imperial Valley Sweet, and Vidalia onions had only a weak effect against the cancer ceils.
3/4 cup diced (1/2-inch) sweet onion, such as Vidalia