Caramalized Onions

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A very basic recipe, but delicious. Goes well on lots of dishes. I've cooked with onions for all sorts of things, but I never realized they could taste so good until I had this. Melt over the lowest possible possible heat:    1 tablespoon butter    1 tablespoon olive oil    salt Add:    1 onion, thinly sliced    salt Cook for one hour, stirring every once in a while. Keep the heat as low as possible for the entire hour. Once the onions have softened properly, turn the heat up to medium and cook until brown, about 25 minutes, stirring so they don't burn. If you want, deglaze the pan with:    a splash of water or dry white wine After the onions finish, remember to sprinkle some more:    salt    pepper Recipe borrowed from Joy of Cooking.