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Roasted Parmesan-Creamed Onions

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The magic of the allium family—members include garlic, shallots, onions, and leeks—is that, on exposure to heat, their initial pungency gradually gives way to a deep and mellow sweetness. This recipe, from Rick Tramonto and Mary Goodbody's Osteria, develops and plays up the onion's natural sugars, coating the vegetable in gentle sauce of white wine and cream. Topped with shaved parmesan, it makes a rich and soothing side dish for a cold weather meal.

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