|You want any trans-fats with those 'rings ?|
Last year, Texas farmers planted 11,313 acres of red, white and yellow onions in the Lone Star State, 8,782 in the Lower Valley and Coastal Bend area sand 2,581acres in the Laredo and Winter Garden area. This year that total is up to 2,827 acres. The state totals for this year are also up, at 13,064 acres with 10,237 of those in the Lower Valley
The totals do not include acreage from U.S.-owned farms across the border in northern Mexico or partner organizations in that country that ship most of their product through Texas, volume which is often accounted for in Texas onion production totals.
No wonder Sonic has such good-tasting onion rings. I'm begining to think the reason that they're so good is because they're probably home-grown. I name onions one of the "prides" of Laredo.