When it comes to onions it seems that New York should start calling itself the “Big Onion” says Paleo Food Tours -- the newest prehistoric food sensation to hit the Big O...Apple!
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/14/2014 -- Paleo Food Tours, NYC's newest and most interactive primal food tour is taking paleo food lovers and now onion lovers on a quest to discover some of the tastiest treats the city has to offer. And leading the charge on this gustatory prehistoric adventure is Paleo Food Tours own Dr. Pete and Dr. Stew licensed NYC tour guides aka the Comical Nutritional Aficionados This dynamic duo not only knows where to find New York's favorite paleo foods but they also tell the story (with the aid of some pretty cool audio-visual technology) of our prehistoric past and how certain paleo foods came into being and when it comes to onions...it's a real tearjerker.
“It's been said that wild onions were eaten by our prehistoric ancestors way before the advent of agriculture and eventually cultivated by modern man for more than 5000 years. And its long history has influenced a whole host of civilizations,” says Dr. Stew. “ The ancient Greek and Roman civilizations credited a wide variety of medicinal properties to the onion while the ancient Egyptians have associated the humble onion with all sorts of magical properties that even the pharaohs utilized in their voyage to the afterlife.”
Moreover, this prehistoric food tour is now taking center stage in one of New York's most historic locations -- Grand Central Terminal. Paleo Food Tours tastefully couples the unparalleled history of this amazing terminal along with its large array of food establishments to create the perfect setting to discover the origins, the nutritional benefits and the sweet flavors of a whole variety of different paleo foods. And when it comes to sweet flavors there's one sweet onion that's right in season this time of year -- the Vidalia. But unlike other onions, the Vidalia is a sweet delight and uniquely American.
“The Valdia came into being in the early 1930's in a region of Georgia known as Vidalia where this famous onion got its name. In fact, it's now Georgia's official state vegetable and one of the country's most popular onions.”
So if you feel like exploring the Paleo side of NYC then join up with Paleo Food Tours. They definitely know their onions and how to peel back the layers of our prehistoric past one exciting layer at a time.
About Paleo Food Tours
Paleo Food Tours (http://paleofoodtours.com) is New York's only paleo prehistoric interactive food tour that allows participants to eat like a caveman in New York's 21st century. Their food tours are open to public private and corporate events.