Hi readers. Thanks for coming by for a read.
This is an idea of mine that worked out really well. Hell, it wasn’t my idea. It was Jeanne’s. But I’m the one put that whole bag of onions in the blender, liquified them, and poured them into ice cube trays. Jeanne just thought of it because the onions go bad so quickly these days.
Anyway, even before the low sodium fanaticism and the
sexual experimentation with various foods that followed, counting sodium mgs the way other people count calories, even before that I used a LOT of onions, a lot of jalapeno [and other peppers].
But Jeanne’s ice cube idea throws the entire thing into a new realm. A new threshold, new horizon of culinary potential. And you don’t have to chop them every damned time you get hungry and start searching for something to cook.
The onions turn into tiny onion chips when thawed, and a lot of onion juice. They make an onion broth quicker than I can type it. And the jalapeno ice cube are great anywhere. Shove a popsicle stick into them and you have a jalapeno popsicle. Otherwise just use them the way you’d normally use a jalapeno shaped like an ice cube.
Remember where you heard it first. It was here. Not Jeanne’s Library blog. But if I could think of a way to keep them from melting I’d send some postcard style to her Johnson County Library Postcard Art project. Because damn me, these are art. Tastiest damned art I’ve ever eaten.