Mrs. Dayton's Glazed Onions

Mrs. Dayton's Glazed Onions
We adapted this recipe from How America Eats (Scribner, 1960). Author and American food pioneer Clementine Paddleford first ate these onions in East Hampton at a Thanksgiving feast she described as being "as typical of Long Island as the breath of fog in the face, or an Island field of potatoes." See Mrs. Dayton's Glazed Onions recipe
James Baigrie

We adapted this recipe from How America Eats (Scribner, 1960). Author and American food pioneer Clementine Paddleford first ate these onions in East Hampton at a Thanksgiving feast she described as being "as typical of Long Island as the breath of fog in the face, or an Island field of potatoes."