Sweet Vidalia Onion Pasta Salad

Sweet Vidalia Onion Pasta Salad

Today is such an exciting day!  Not only is my cookbook Summer Thyme now available, but I am thrilled to share the Flavors of Summer  presented by Vidalia Onions with you!

Flavors of Summer - Presented by Vidalia Onions
Vidalia Onions are one of my favorites.  This seasonal onion harvested from Spring through Summer is Georgia grown.  Many people, including myself wait patiently for when Vidalia Onions become available.  Vidalia Onions has teamed up with some amazing brands to bring you the Flavors of Summer.  From recipes, cooking tips, and special savings can be found on the Flavors of Summer website by clicking HERE

Are you bored with the same old pasta salad?  This Sweet Vidalia Onion Pasta Salad will quickly become your favorite for all your summer cookouts.  Use your favorite short pasta noodles, like elbows, wagon wheels or even rotini.  Combine with corn, celery, crisipy bacon and the star of the show, Vidalia onions.  Toss with an easy homemade Vidalia onion dressing that you will not only love on this salad but on your favorite lettuce salads too.

This pasta salad travels great, so take it to a picnic in the park, a family reunion or whip it up for a backyard barbecue.  Wherever you enjoy it, everyone will be wanting more!

Sweet Vidalia Onion Pasta Salad

For this delicious recipe you will want to serve at your next cookout,  click HERE to head over to the Flavors of Summer for this recipe along with other tasty summer recipes! 

I am excited that the Flavors of Summer will be giving away a copy of Summer Thyme to one lucky winner!  Head to the Flavors of Summer for your chance to enter!

In case you missed it, be sure to check out Summer Thyme and some amazing giveaways happening this weekend! 

 

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