Hashtag: #BermudaOnionDay

Photos: Bermuda Onion Day At Carter House

Photos: Bermuda Onion Day At Carter House

An event to mark Bermuda Onion Day was held on Saturday [May 27] at the historic Carter House in St. David’s, featuring displays, food, Bermuda onions, with some attendees dressed in clothing similar to what our forefathers wore many years ago. Introduced to the island in the early 1600s, the sweet and succulent Bermuda onion was first exported to... Read more of this article

Photos: Bermuda Onion Day At Carter House

Photos: Bermuda Onion Day At Carter House

Bermuda Onion Day was celebrated today [May 14] at Carter House in St. David’s, featuring historic displays and, of course, Bermuda onions. The event featured onion delicacies including onion soup, onion quiche, sandwiches, pulled pork and more, while Larry Mills offered historical talks. Introduced to the island in the early 1600s, the sweet and... Read more of this article

“Bermuda Onion Day” Event Set For May 14th

“Bermuda Onion Day” Event Set For May 14th

Bermuda Onion Day is set to be held at Carter House in St. David’s on Saturday, May 14 from 12.00pm to 4.00pm. The event poster says, “This day celebrates The Bermuda Onion one of the best onions in the world. Gary Lamb’s Fish Chowder, Jane’s Onion Soup, Pulled pork and fried onion sandwiches, Cheese and Onion sandwiches, all... Read more of this article

Photos: Bermuda Onion Day Held In St David’s

Photos: Bermuda Onion Day Held In St David’s

Bermuda Onion Day was celebrated today [May 23] at Carter House in St. David’s, featuring historic displays and, of course, Bermuda onions. The event featured onion delicacies including onion and kale soup, onion quiche, sandwiches and more. Other items available for purchase included sherry pepper sauce, calendars, curried fish, and pulled pork... Read more of this article

Onion Day To Be Held In St. David’s On May 23

Onion Day To Be Held In St. David’s On May 23

The island will be celebrating “Bermuda Onion Day” on Saturday, May 23 from 10.00am to 4.00pm at Carter House in St. David’s. The event will include a farmer’s stand, St. David’s fare, and a cooking demonstration by Joe Gibbons. The St. David’s calendar for 2016 will be on sale for $15 each, less an Onion Day discount... Read more of this article

Photos: Bermuda Onion Day Celebrations

Photos: Bermuda Onion Day Celebrations

The island celebrated Bermuda Onion Day on Saturday [May 17] from 10.00am to 4.00pm at Carter House in St. David’s, featuring historic displays, paintings and, of course, Bermuda onions. Introduced to the island in the early 1600s, the sweet and succulent Bermuda onion was first exported to the east coast from St. George’s in 1847. Onions quickly... Read more of this article

“Bermuda Onion Day” To Be Held On May 17th

“Bermuda Onion Day” To Be Held On May 17th

Bermuda will be celebrating “Bermuda Onion Day” on Saturday the 17th May from 10am to 4pm at Carter House in St David’s. The promo flyer said, “Sit off in the Carter House grounds surrounded by roses, endemic and native plants and trees and sample some traditional and in some cases very unusual onion dishes. “Tour Carter... Read more of this article

Video/Photos: ‘Bermuda Onion Day’ Celebrated

Video/Photos: ‘Bermuda Onion Day’ Celebrated

The St. David’s Historical Society hosted the Bermuda Onion Day on Saturday [June 1] at Carter House, with people gathering to learn more about the onion and how it tied in with the island’s early settlers. Different onion delicacies were available including onion soup, onion tarts, sandwiches, and onion pork soup, while locally grown onions... Read more of this article

St. David’s To Celebrate The Bermuda Onion

St. David’s To Celebrate The Bermuda Onion

When Mark Twain visited Bermuda in 1877, he described the central role the island’s namesake onion had assumed in local life and culture by the late 19th century: “The onion is the pride and joy of Bermuda. It is her jewel, her gem of gems. In her conversation, her pulpit, her literature, it is her most frequent and eloquent figure. “In Bermuda... Read more of this article