What's a good onion book?

catherinet(5 IN)July 4, 2006

Hi all,

Was wondering if any of you have come acrossed a really good book on onions? Thanks

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gardenlad(6b KY)

Unfortunately, there aren't too many out there to begin with. At least not on a popular (as opposed to technical) level.

About the best of them is Marian Coonse's "Onions, Leeks, & Garlic." And, despite my use of the word "best," it has some serious flaws and errors.

I've always found the members of this forum to provide the information I need. Certainly their experiences are more reliable than _any_ book or document I've read.

    Bookmark   July 5, 2006 at 9:08AM
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catherinet(5 IN)

Thanks Gardenlad,
I think I tend to agree with you, that this place is better than any book out there!

    Bookmark   July 5, 2006 at 3:19PM
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