So your recipe calls for “an onion.” That’s not very specific, and you may find yourself at the grocery store staring at mountains of varieties. Dinner isn’t going to be ruined if you use a red onion where you should use a yellow onion. That said, there are some onion best practices, and here they are.
This tip is especially useful for those of you that don’t have any nails to dig into the tough skin of an orange. With a few clever cuts of a knife, you can peel an orange and eat it without juice dripping all over your hands. But best of all, it’s FUN! (http://www.listotic.com/36-genius-kitchen-tips-and-tricks/6/)