Gloves! Gloves! Don't forget the gloves! Greg has to wear gloves when cutting onions or the smell remains on his fingers, no matter how much he washes his hands.
LOL I actually thought you carved the onions for that first picture!
Too clever! Still not sure if it's the eyes, mouth, or nose - maybe a little of all of them. Sometimes I hold a matchstick in my teeth, but results vary. ;D Shallots aren't nearly as nasty as onions; in some ways, I love their subtle spark over their popular cousins.
Haha, no way I could to that. Aleta - I can't use gloves while I'm using a knife because it makes me fearful that I might cut myself more easily. Hi Susan, you are right that shallots aren't as bad as onions and I, too, do prefer their sweetness. Usually I put onions for a few minutes in the freezer before cutting them. Helps cut down on the spraying juice and fumes :)
My momma told me to stick my head in the freezer. I topped that and just moved to Alaska. Open the window, turn on the oven vent, voila. No more tears.
try putting a slice of bread in your mouth, works for me. Not the whole piece in the mouth...i use half of a slice and half of that is sticking out of my mouth.
Hey how did you cut that onions like that?? Please teach me also. It's really nice. And thanks for your suggestion. I will definitely try it out.pyramisa sharm resort