About

I have named my blog, “Frying the Onion,” because Dad once told me that whenever he felt lonely or out-of-sorts, he would grab an onion and fry it up. Soon, the smell would seep through the entire house, and this warm, comforting smell would take over his senses. Soon, he would begin to feel much better. My hope is that whatever you may need to feel a little bit better about life will be stirred here and lifted up by my words as they waft on the delicious aroma of onions frying in butter.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. The onion is the perfect metaphor for life, Lisa. When put to proper use, they can add a certain vibrance. But a bad onion….That can leave a bad taste in your mouth for a long time. Beautifully written.

  2. Onion has a great health benefit, especially when you catch a cold or stressed out. I have heard that if you put a half sliced onion near you when you are sick, it enhances your immune system. I don’t know how he did figure out the benefit of the onion, but I am glad you carry his legacy in a beautifully written form all over the world. Yes, there is a bad onion. And, I know here, she has the good onion would be fried. Thank you for sharing it.

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