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Superbowl Sunday = Guacamole

January 29, 2015 | Back Of The House
Superbowl Sunday = Guacamole

Superbowl Sunday is the day that the most amount of guacamole is consumed. It is the beginning of the Haas Avocado season and it looks like it will be a good year. The weather will dictate whether we have a good guacamole season or not. In bad years when the weather doesn’t cooperate, the avocado season will produce watery and less desirable fruit. And let us not forget the great lime shortage of 2014, when this key ingredient was hard to find and expensive, forcing us to find alternative citruses to use in our guacamole.

Guacamole is best when it is made at its simplest: avocado, lime juice, red onion, and salt. Additional ingredients that often get added are tomatoes or salsa, garlic, cilantro, and Jalapeño. If you want to mix things up, try a different variety of avocado, chile, citrus, garlic, or onion. As an example, you can try this guacamole recipe:


Guacamole is one of the easiest dips to make and one of the most satisfying. Simply serve with Tortilla Chips and you have yourself a perfect Superbowl Sunday Snack. Who can go wrong when your main ingredient is avocado.



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