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From the bottom of our hearts, the Dixondale Farms team would like to thank each and every one of you for your continued support. It’s because of customers like you that we can continue the proud legacy of our family owned and operated farm.
From Our Friends
As I just finished planting this years onion order it brought back a wonderful memory from last year.
When it was time to harvest the onions our grandchildren came over to help, it was the best day ever and they worked really hard. Look at these beautiful pictures, as it turned out we got exactly 100 beautiful onions from one variety and one yellow onion order.
We wanted to let you know we are extremely pleased with your product and will be customers for life.
Susanne & Jeff Buckner | Winterville, GA
From Our Friends
This is our second year of growing your onions.
We are hooked. This year we added Ring Master to our garden.
That’s what is pictured. We like to cook them just like steaks with olive oil and seasonings.
Thank you for the great onion plants and varieties.
Craig Williams | Freeport, IL
From Our Friends
Dixondale Farms, I was introduced to your onion plants no later than 2004 by a dear friend of mine and a customer of yours, Dr. Jack Worden. He insisted that I take at least 4 bunches every year and would take no compensation in return. Turns out that Jack purchased bundles of your onions by the dozens. Unfortunately Jack became ill and we lost him 2 years ago.
When Jack became ill I began purchasing my own onions. I pay it forward like Jack did and give away onion plants to other gardeners, as well as introduce your farm to even more. Because he insisted that I had “lots of room” I still harvest some 200 Candy onions ever year and end up giving away most of those as well. When people rave about the size and sweetness of my onions (and they do) I tell them the story of Dr. Jack Worden.
Syd Swearingen | Ontario, CA
Onion Drying Methods
You have put your blood, sweat, and hopefully not too many tears into your onion crop throughout the growing season. Now it’s time to make sure you get to enjoy the fruits of your labor as long as possible. Drying your onions before putting them up for storage is crucial to their long term storage potential.
Avocado Citrus Salad with Marinated Onion
Peel and thinly slice 1 medium red onion.
Combine 1/4 cup rice vinegar, 1/4 cup honey, and 1/4 cup water in jar with tight lid; shake until well blended.
Add onions to the jar…
Cucumber Melon Salad
- 1 1/2 large cucumbers, peeled and sliced
- 1/2 small ripe cantaloupe (chopped)
- 1/4 cup pickled red onions (can use this recipe https://www.runningtothekitchen.com/creamy-cucumber-salad/)
- 1 tbsp pepitas
- 1 tbsp sunflower seeds
- handful fresh basil leaves (torn)
- 2 tbsp olive oil (extra virgin )
- 1 1/2 tbsp red wine vinegar
- salt and pepper…