Gringos Perfect the Guacamole; Make Flags Out of It

Guacamole, which according to “avocado experts” at Wholly Guacamole was “invented by the Aztecs for its nutritional benefits for the wealthy,” can now be used to prepare a Wholly Cinco de Guaco Quick Flag Dip, a culinary work of art you will never encounter in Mexico (it looks like a hell of a lot of work for real Mexicans.)

But it doesn’t matter if this beauty is the real thing or not; Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner and any excuse to fool around with Mexican food –and flag– is a good one. Besides, there are reportedly no swines involved in its preparation so you might be O.K.

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4 Responses to Gringos Perfect the Guacamole; Make Flags Out of It

  1. Silvia says:

    Hola Laura, muy feliz de haber encontrado tu blog. Por mucho tiempo estuve buscando latinos con los que pudiera sentirme de alguna manera vinculada a mis raices, y el ultimo mes ha sido fenomenal. Tienes muchas cosas interesantes, por seguro te visitare a menudo, puedo poner un link a tu pagina en mi blog??

    Hi Laura I’m glad I found your blog. For the longest time I was looking for latinos on the internet, and this last month has been fantastic. Your blog is very interesting, I will visit you often. Would you mind if I add a link to your blog from my blog?

  2. Smooth Thug says:

    I have to say, this looks a lot better than a Mexican whopper.

  3. egeria astrea says:

    fueron los toltecas Quiénes lo inventaron y lo enseñaron los demás pueblos nativos mesoamericanos de la región y no no es un gran trabajo para un mexicano real sino Que la banderilla se hace con chile tomate y cebolla y se llama pico de gallo claro lo del escudo si es algo original aunque se les olvide la serpiente , el gucamole es aguacate con trocitos de tomate , cebolla y chile verde revueltos con unas gotas de limón y opcional cilantro o aguacate molido con salsa verde y si es buen opción para el cinco de mayo aniversario de la batalla de puebla como entrada en las comidas y
    también el 16 de septiembre aniversario de la independencia de México bueno amo la historia y me salí del tema , prueba esta receta aguacate picado con el cuchillo no molido con calabacinos picados , chile verde y tomate de fresadilla cebolla finamente picada y cilantro acompáñalo con un filete de pescado u un lata chica de salmón al lado

  4. egeria astrea says:

    Who were the Toltecs invented it and taught it the other Mesoamerican native peoples of the region and is not a big job for a real Mexican flag but the chili is made with tomatoes and onions and pico de gallo is called the shield clear what if is original but not forget the snake, the gucamole is avocado with chopped tomato, onion and green pepper tossed with a squeeze of lemon and optional cilantro or avocado green sauce ground and if a good choice for Cinco de Mayo anniversary the Battle of Puebla as input to dinner and the September 16 anniversary of independence from Mexico I love good story and I left the track, try this recipe with chopped avocado knife unground with chopped zucchini, green pepper and tomato fresadilla finely chopped onion and cilantro accompany it with a fillet of fish or a small can of salmon next

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