This week is vegetarian week in our house, much to my five-year-old's dismay. Don't get me wrong. He LOVES vegetables. He just likes them plain and raw. So, you can guess he didn't like my choice of menu tonight. It was from Didi Emmons' Vegetarian Planet and it was called Twice Wild. Basically it consisted of a rice cake made from long grain rice, wild rice, beaten eggs, Parmesan cheese, and some flour. These get browned in some olive oil. A sauce of mushrooms, onions, carrots, thyme, garlic, white wine, sour cream and vegetable broth is served under it. Now, the rice cakes were fabulous! My husband gobbled them up, as did my 1-year-old. The sauce was another matter. First, my husband HATES onions. Without the strong flavor of meat to cover up the onion taste the sauce really did not appeal to him. The other problem with the onion was that I used Vidalia onions. They were just too sweet. Yellow onions would have been a better choice. Anyway, I think I would make this dish again but fiddle with the mushroom sauce . . . maybe toss the onions out altogether. I haven't quite figured out, yet, how to cook vegetarian dishes without them though. Any ideas?