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Whoops, where did the guacamole go?

fldhkybnva Nov 1, 2012 06:18 PM

I had a big guacamole craving tonight and whipped up a quick batch to share with my SO while we indulged in a few hours of Thursday night football. Somehow over the course of the day the entire bowl mysteriously disappeared, and now SO is wondering where all the amazing guacamole I was raving about is. Anyone else have a crazy addiction to guacamole? Once you start, you just can't stop.

head hanging in shame - entire bowl of guacamole in my happy tummy

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  1. mamachef RE: fldhkybnva Nov 2, 2012 06:00 AM

    Nothing to say but LOL. I have been known to do something, um, similar: not just with guacamole, but with fresh homemade salsa, which I can eat by the spoonful.

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    1. re: mamachef
      tzurriz RE: mamachef Nov 2, 2012 06:08 AM

      This. I could have posted exactly this. Also hummus.

      1. re: tzurriz
        mamachef RE: tzurriz Nov 2, 2012 07:54 AM

        She had to bring up hummus, right? And let's not even get into hot artichoke dip with spinach, served up with a box of full-fat Triscuits. We shan't go there atall.

        1. re: mamachef
          biondanonima RE: mamachef Nov 2, 2012 08:28 AM

          At least the artichoke-spinach dip has some nutritional value due to the spinach. My favorite hot artichoke dip is just a can of artichokes, a cup of mayonnaise, a cup of parmesan and some tabasco sauce, baked until it's hot and oozing oil. I like it with Club crackers or Ritz for the extra buttery flavor.

          1. re: biondanonima
            mamachef RE: biondanonima Nov 2, 2012 08:47 AM

            Mmmhmmmm. I add a package of drained chopped frozen spinach to mine, too, and convince myself I've just done something nice for ME!! (Note to self: must try w/ Ritz or Clubs, those little spheres and planks of oily, mouth-coating buttery goodness.)

            1. re: biondanonima
              tzurriz RE: biondanonima Nov 2, 2012 02:05 PM

              Off to raid the cupboard ...

            2. re: mamachef
              kubasd RE: mamachef Nov 2, 2012 08:31 PM

              This. All of this. Guacamole, fresh salsa, hummus, hot spinach and artichoke dip, Knorr's vegetable dip, even (trashy) french onion dip.... They don't stand a CHANCE with me around.

              I was just going to find the thread on snacking re: Triscuits. I made the sad mistake of buying a box of Wheat Thins, thinking it would go better with the cheese I bought today. All I can say is WHYYYYY??? Triscuits are ALWAYS the right choice!! For dip, for cheese, for just cramming in my mouth plain! As I ate the Wheat Thins, all I could think was that I wished they were Triscuits.

              As an aside: I tried the new (at least to me) dill Triscuits last week. Now, keep in mind, pickles aside, I'm not a big an of dill. But these were revelatory!

              1. re: kubasd
                mamachef RE: kubasd Nov 3, 2012 08:50 AM

                I love me some trashy French onion dip, kubasd. And let's not forget 7-layer Mexican dip while we're at it.
                I haven't tried the dill Triscuits, but since I'll be in the cracker aisle anyway to pick up some nice oily Ritz or Club crackers, Why the Hell Not? I can't imagine that they'd be anything but num. After all, they're Triscuits!! (Try the full-fat garlic, if you haven't yet.) And on the Wheat Thins tip....that's what happens when we overthink things. Don't mess with perfection....but if you need them to be a vehicle for something, cottage cheese is a pretty good passenger. (Better on Triscuits, though.... :)

                1. re: mamachef
                  pine time RE: mamachef Nov 3, 2012 08:54 AM

                  When she was little, Sis called Triscuits "Straw Crackers," and that's been their name in our family ever since! Good Straw.

                  1. re: pine time
                    mamachef RE: pine time Nov 3, 2012 06:32 PM

                    Yes, Good Straw. Straw Nice, and healthy for you too. I was thinking though: I have an unopened box of the lower-fat Triscuits that I bought by accident. They're 35% lower in fat, so does that mean I can eat 35% more for full Triscuit-satiety? Or should I just return them? :)

                    1. re: mamachef
                      Tripeler RE: mamachef Nov 4, 2012 08:57 PM

                      You shouldn't return the low-fat Triscuits. Rather, try to think of something they would be good to hold, like a triple-cream Brie.

                      My favorite Trisuits are likely the Rye flavor, though I did a search just now and am amazed at how many flavors they make these days.

                      1. re: mamachef
                        Isolda RE: mamachef Nov 5, 2012 07:57 AM

                        Ugh, return them! I made that mistake once. Never again. Full fat, full sodium is where it's at. Eat as many as you want.

                        1. re: mamachef
                          cheesecake17 RE: mamachef Nov 5, 2012 02:54 PM

                          That's why I don't buy triscuits, full fat or low fat. I eat the whole box then dispose of it. Husband always asks why I don't buy crackers.., um...

                      2. re: mamachef
                        kubasd RE: mamachef Nov 3, 2012 11:14 AM

                        Ohhhh 7 layer dip! My mom always made that for parties.... well, thinking back.... refried beans, meat, cheese, sour cream, olives, and diced tomatoes... not exactly 7 layers, but the bottom 3 were heated in the oven, then the last three were put on it cold. We NEVER had avocado or guacamole, I don't know if I'd even heard of it! But with extra sliced black olives (canned of course) on half and a bag of Tostitos... Heaven!!

                        I bought some Rosemary and Olive Oil Triscuits today... I do LOVE the garlic ones, too. Some sharp provolone (in the fresher log type form) on those Triscuits... yum! I have cottage cheese, I'll have to use the Wheat Thins with some of that. Pretty much anything dippable/scoopable is in my wheelhouse :)

                        1. re: kubasd
                          fldhkybnva RE: kubasd Nov 3, 2012 02:12 PM

                          I love the Rosemary and Olive Oil and Garlic triscuits as well, but currently obsessed with the Black pepper variety.

                          1. re: fldhkybnva
                            Bacardi1 RE: fldhkybnva Nov 3, 2012 02:21 PM

                            Arrgghh - the "Black Pepper" Triscuits are hideously addictive. I always have a couple of boxes in my pantry since the day they were first introduced. Keep telling myself at least it has fiber. That's good, right? ;)

                          2. re: kubasd
                            mamachef RE: kubasd Nov 3, 2012 06:33 PM

                            Those Rosemary Triscuits would be amazing with some fresh shaved Parmigiano, wouldn't they? Ooooooh and provolone....I like your style; not smoked but sharp, that's the ticket.

                          3. re: mamachef
                            suzigirl RE: mamachef Nov 3, 2012 01:50 PM

                            Wheat thins and pimento cheese are perfect together. But just like the other things mentioned here I can eat the whole bowl. :-)

                            1. re: suzigirl
                              mamachef RE: suzigirl Nov 3, 2012 02:53 PM

                              suzigirl, you've done it again. This is your get-back for me giving the Molten Chocolate Mug recipe, isn't it? I'm on to you. I hadn't thought of 'minna cheese since it's a Summer staple here and we're way past that :) but WHY THE HELL NOT? I MEAN, DINNER Is Already (okay sorrysorry for shouting) basically a bar-food meal tonight! Which consists of Cream of broccoli soup w/ sharp cheddar, baked Texican layer dip, Hot and dirty artichoke dip w/ Club crackers, and now..........because there's not enough cheese happening, obviously: Pimiento cheese and of course Triscuits. Because there must always be Triscuits.
                              You people and the things you influence me to do. :)

                              1. re: mamachef
                                suzigirl RE: mamachef Nov 3, 2012 05:45 PM

                                That stuff is like cake crack man. I had to level the playing field.seriously I haven done a snackfood dinner before. What a great idea. Now you got me to be bad. I am snacking it up for dinner this week. I want what you're having on my dinner menu. And i hate to say it but before my limited diet I could pound down three pimento cheese sammiches at one sitting. Yum

                                1. re: suzigirl
                                  mamachef RE: suzigirl Nov 3, 2012 06:35 PM

                                  Don't be forgetting chicken wings, now. And maybe some sate; those are awfully nice when they're chicken, with a ground peanut crust. You definitely need more snack foods in your life.

                                  1. re: mamachef
                                    suzigirl RE: mamachef Nov 3, 2012 06:44 PM

                                    Love me some snack foods. Including sate. My hamster wheel is turning

                          4. re: kubasd
                            Bacardi1 RE: kubasd Nov 3, 2012 11:21 AM

                            Aw c'mon - there's nothing inherently "trashy" about "French Onion Dip". In fact, it's a very comforting blast from the past for me, as there were very few holidays during my childhood when a bowl of Lipton's Sour Cream Onion Dip wasn't present in one of those glass "chip 'n dip" sets that were so popular back then. And my mom was one unbelievably awesome cook - this dip was one of the very few things she didn't make completely from scratch, but everyone loved it so much, she felt it wasn't right not to serve it.

                            To this day I still put it together - & enjoy it - for old times' sake.

                            1. re: Bacardi1
                              kubasd RE: Bacardi1 Nov 3, 2012 11:29 AM

                              Oh, I will eat French Onion dip with no shame, but the fact that it comes from a packet means that SOME people will call it trashy. I personally love it. And same with my mom.

                              1. re: kubasd
                                mamachef RE: kubasd Nov 3, 2012 01:29 PM

                                I love and happily parttake of all foods trashy. They are near and dear to my heart. Trashy in no way signifies "un-delicious." Even Velveeta has it's place; in Chile Queso. Yep, I said it. :) And that's not even real food!!

                                1. re: mamachef
                                  Bacardi1 RE: mamachef Nov 3, 2012 02:25 PM

                                  Another Velveeta lover here. Not for everything, but it does have its place. Makes a mean ooey-gooey Velveeta & crumbled bacon omelet. As well as the well-known Queso dip (paired with the uber-hot Rotel Habanero-style - woo hoo). And it came in handy for quick & impromptu grilled cheese sandwiches during Hurricane Sandy - melts in a jiffy.

                                  1. re: Bacardi1
                                    suzigirl RE: Bacardi1 Nov 3, 2012 02:34 PM

                                    And its good in tater tot casserole

                                  2. re: mamachef
                                    kubasd RE: mamachef Nov 3, 2012 05:47 PM

                                    ::sigh:: I feel like I'm at home... :)

                                    1. re: kubasd
                                      mamachef RE: kubasd Nov 3, 2012 06:35 PM

                                      Come on in. Kick off your shoes. Stay awhile; everyone's friendly. Hope you brought something filthynasty to share, but if you didn't, there's plenty here!

                                      1. re: mamachef
                                        Jay F RE: mamachef Nov 4, 2012 03:43 PM

                                        Hey, Marci -

                                        Know what kind of junque I can't get enough of lately? Kettle Chips Buffalo Bleu. Mmm-mmm-mmm. I'm on my fourth bowl today (my nutritionist said I can't bring the bag to the TV or the computer). Nothing else for dinner tonight.


                                        1. re: Jay F
                                          kubasd RE: Jay F Nov 4, 2012 05:13 PM

                                          Those are so good!! Have you had the Spicy Thai version of Kettle Chips? OMG... soooooo fantastically good!! I cannot resist those.

                                          Mental Note: Buy some Spicy Thai Kettle Chips tomorrow...

                                          1. re: kubasd
                                            suzigirl RE: kubasd Nov 4, 2012 05:23 PM

                                            Just killed a bag of those a few days ago and they rock. Not to hot, not to sweet and nice balance of salt

                                            1. re: kubasd
                                              Jay F RE: kubasd Nov 4, 2012 06:49 PM

                                              No. I haven't tried the Spicy Thai Kettle Chips. Do they taste like soy sauce?

                                              1. re: Jay F
                                                JungMann RE: Jay F Nov 5, 2012 07:54 AM

                                                They taste vaguely of red curry and something spicy like ginger or galangal. I'm a fan.

                                                1. re: Jay F
                                                  cheesecake17 RE: Jay F Nov 5, 2012 02:55 PM

                                                  Can't describe what they taste like, but they're GOOD! My favorite is honey mustard. Could eat the whole bag.

                                                  1. re: cheesecake17
                                                    Jay F RE: cheesecake17 Nov 5, 2012 04:24 PM

                                                    I LOVE the honey mustard flavor. It's one of my other obsessions (the Buffalo Bleu are Krinkle Kut, which has spoiled me for regular chips for the time being).

                                                  2. re: Jay F
                                                    kubasd RE: Jay F Nov 5, 2012 03:00 PM

                                                    Like good thai food should... spicy, sweet, salty, with a hint of something sharp (acidic). Today I was bereft... the two stores I went to did not have any in stock. Woe is me!

                                                    1. re: kubasd
                                                      Jay F RE: kubasd Nov 5, 2012 04:24 PM

                                                      Maybe I'll try a bag. I've always declined because of how much I hated Doritos' Spicy Thai flavor.

                                                      1. re: Jay F
                                                        kubasd RE: Jay F Nov 5, 2012 04:44 PM

                                                        Oh I tried those. ONCE. They were disgusting.... these are the exact opposite, I promise!

                                                2. re: Jay F
                                                  mamachef RE: Jay F Nov 8, 2012 07:29 AM

                                                  Thank you for providing me with a craving to try these, Jay. And a mission to go on, next grocery store trip. Your nutritionist sounds like a very smart person. :) I know what I'm capable of decimating, either place.

                                                  1. re: mamachef
                                                    Jay F RE: mamachef Nov 8, 2012 10:25 AM

                                                    They're so, so good, the Kettle Buffalo Bleus.

                                                    1. re: Jay F
                                                      mamachef RE: Jay F Nov 8, 2012 10:26 AM

                                                      I hate you. :)

                                                      1. re: mamachef
                                                        Jay F RE: mamachef Nov 8, 2012 10:27 AM

                                                        I know. I hate you right back. :)

                                                        1. re: Jay F
                                                          mamachef RE: Jay F Nov 8, 2012 10:34 AM

                                                          Snicker. And I hate that chicken recipe too, which is why I've made it about a million times and it's WFD on Sunday!

                                                          1. re: mamachef
                                                            Jay F RE: mamachef Nov 8, 2012 10:48 AM

                                                            Isn't it the best? I think I'm going to make it soon, too. It has been too long (I've been mostly roasting chickens this year).

                                  3. re: tzurriz
                                    PotatoHouse RE: tzurriz Nov 7, 2012 06:01 PM


                                    I have the same addiction to Guacamole AND Hummus!

                                    1. re: PotatoHouse
                                      Perilagu Khan RE: PotatoHouse Nov 8, 2012 07:19 AM

                                      I love this exchange from Spielberg's War of the Worlds:

                                      (Tom Cruise dips something in a container of hummus, and then says...)

                                      "What, what is that?"

                                      Little Dakota Fanning replies: "Hummus."

                                      Cruise: "Hummus?"

                                      Fanning: "From the health food place. I kept one of the menus from the last time we were here."

                                      (Cruise appears to be gagging.)

                                      Fanning, peevishly: "You said order!"

                                      Cruise: "I meant order 'food'!"

                                  4. re: mamachef
                                    Perilagu Khan RE: mamachef Nov 2, 2012 06:52 AM

                                    I've been knownta scarf a whole sack o' pork rinds with a bottle o' Looziana hot sauce.

                                    1. re: Perilagu Khan
                                      fldhkybnva RE: Perilagu Khan Nov 2, 2012 07:37 AM

                                      Wow, as a pork rind and hot sauce lover, that is something I NEED to try.

                                      1. re: fldhkybnva
                                        Perilagu Khan RE: fldhkybnva Nov 2, 2012 07:41 AM

                                        Oh yeah.

                                      2. re: Perilagu Khan
                                        mamachef RE: Perilagu Khan Nov 2, 2012 07:55 AM

                                        I always knew I loved you.

                                        1. re: mamachef
                                          Perilagu Khan RE: mamachef Nov 2, 2012 09:04 AM

                                          Sadly, the Khantessa doesn't share my pork rind lust. (Wasn't "Pork Rind Lust" a minor Golden Earring hit?)

                                          1. re: Perilagu Khan
                                            mamachef RE: Perilagu Khan Nov 2, 2012 09:12 AM

                                            No, that was Phish. Wait, no: they did "Pork Soda."

                                        2. re: Perilagu Khan
                                          JungMann RE: Perilagu Khan Nov 2, 2012 08:07 AM

                                          Pork rinds, artichoke dip and hot sauce is what got me through Hurricane Sandy.

                                          1. re: JungMann
                                            Perilagu Khan RE: JungMann Nov 2, 2012 09:05 AM

                                            To hell with evacuatin' if you've got rinds, sauce and arti-dip!

                                          2. re: Perilagu Khan
                                            biondanonima RE: Perilagu Khan Nov 2, 2012 08:29 AM

                                            LOVE pork rinds and hot sauce. I like to smear them with cream cheese and then dip in hot sauce - the cool cheese offsets the burn perfectly!

                                            1. re: biondanonima
                                              Tripeler RE: biondanonima Nov 2, 2012 07:49 PM

                                              Pork rinds and hot sauce are the ultimate companions to beer. Especially pork rinds done Mexican style, with a little layer of fat.

                                              1. re: Tripeler
                                                fldhkybnva RE: Tripeler Nov 2, 2012 09:16 PM

                                                Wow, I didn't know this was so popular! I thought I was the only pork rind lover as most people seem to be repulsed but have always eaten them plain. Several bags of pork rinds found their way into my cart tonight...here's to a weekend of pork rind combinations!

                                                1. re: fldhkybnva
                                                  Perilagu Khan RE: fldhkybnva Nov 3, 2012 07:14 AM

                                                  Now that's what I call livin' large.

                                            2. re: Perilagu Khan
                                              Isolda RE: Perilagu Khan Nov 5, 2012 08:01 AM

                                              My dad is on chemo and for some reason, pork rinds are one of the few things he can eat (he has his with a beer). My mom thinks they smell so bad she has to leave their apartment whenever he opens a bag.

                                              1. re: Isolda
                                                Perilagu Khan RE: Isolda Nov 5, 2012 09:31 AM

                                                My wife is similarly averse, but thankfully not to that extent.

                                          3. k
                                            KSlink RE: fldhkybnva Nov 2, 2012 07:01 AM

                                            Just reading the title of your post made me start laughing, I've had a few "whoops" moments myself when it comes to that Heavenly mix!

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                                            1. re: KSlink
                                              fldhkybnva RE: KSlink Nov 2, 2012 07:38 AM

                                              Perhaps I should just stay away for the sake of the world's supply of avocados :)

                                            2. DuchessNukem RE: fldhkybnva Nov 2, 2012 08:09 AM

                                              The avocados? You're wondering where they went?

                                              Sometimes, honey, avocados go bad. And when you go to make guacamole with them, well, you realize that you have to just compost them instead.

                                              It's not like I'd make up a big dish of guac and eat it all before you got home. Right?

                                              Let me make you a sandwich. I'm not really hungry tonight for some reason.

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                                              1. re: DuchessNukem
                                                mamachef RE: DuchessNukem Nov 2, 2012 08:48 AM

                                                Falling all about laughing......

                                                1. re: DuchessNukem
                                                  fldhkybnva RE: DuchessNukem Nov 2, 2012 09:07 AM

                                                  Exactly. I tried to pull of the "avocados were bad" explanation for a few minutes but he saw right through me.

                                                  1. re: DuchessNukem
                                                    Perilagu Khan RE: DuchessNukem Nov 2, 2012 09:07 AM

                                                    Heh. I hope your hub is one gullible dood.

                                                    1. re: Perilagu Khan
                                                      DuchessNukem RE: Perilagu Khan Nov 2, 2012 09:21 AM

                                                      Pretty sure he knew I was, uh, "stretching" the truth. Well, flat out lying. He notices more than he comments on. I thought for years that I was pulling one over on him by taking the larger pizza slice (well I had to heat them up, cook's privilege!) -- apparently he was well aware. :)

                                                    2. re: DuchessNukem
                                                      pine time RE: DuchessNukem Nov 2, 2012 02:23 PM

                                                      Ah, Duchess, that's my ploy for ice cream: gee, honey, it got those icky ice crystals and I had to toss it. Ice crystals form in our house in less than 24 hours. Go figure. :)

                                                      1. re: pine time
                                                        mamachef RE: pine time Nov 3, 2012 06:37 PM

                                                        Waaaaaaaahahaha! You just inadvertently paraphrased one of my favorite scenes in a movie. I forget the name, but it was Albert Brooks, w/ Debbie Reynolds as the mother who freezes EVERYTHING, up to and including salad. When he complains about the freezer burn on the ice cream, she tells him, "it's the protective coating."

                                                        1. re: mamachef
                                                          suzigirl RE: mamachef Nov 3, 2012 06:43 PM

                                                          It was called, ironicly Mother

                                                          1. re: suzigirl
                                                            mamachef RE: suzigirl Nov 3, 2012 07:42 PM

                                                            That's it!! I laugh just thinking about it!!

                                                      2. re: DuchessNukem
                                                        kubasd RE: DuchessNukem Nov 2, 2012 08:34 PM

                                                        Oh I try to pull this so often, with all manners of food stuffs!! Oh that pie? Well, the crust was getting a bit stale! That bread? I gave it to the birds! You're wondering where the pizza went? The dogs got it! LOL

                                                        ETA: The poor dogs.... I used to blame them for homework, now the food.... always taking the rap for me :)

                                                        1. re: kubasd
                                                          hyacinthgirl RE: kubasd Nov 4, 2012 01:24 PM

                                                          I've been known to be a total klutz. Can you believe I tripped and the WHOLE bag of chips fell out on the floor?? And then I knocked the dip off the table! It was a MESS! Ugh. Spent the whole day cleaning up, really. Um. That's also why I smell like chips. They spilled on me. Just awful...

                                                          1. re: hyacinthgirl
                                                            suzigirl RE: hyacinthgirl Nov 4, 2012 02:09 PM

                                                            That's your story and you're sticking to it. Lol

                                                            1. re: hyacinthgirl
                                                              fldhkybnva RE: hyacinthgirl Nov 4, 2012 02:26 PM

                                                              Not guacamole and somewhat of an embarassing confession, but I love the straight out of the bag freezer Ore Ida crinkle fries (always have even as a wee tot) and have "lost" a bag or two in my past. I seem to have an insatiable appetite for those things and will proudly admit to polishing off an entire bag once or twice

                                                              1. re: fldhkybnva
                                                                mamachef RE: fldhkybnva Nov 4, 2012 02:38 PM

                                                                You win, fldhkybnva! Hands down!

                                                              2. re: hyacinthgirl
                                                                kubasd RE: hyacinthgirl Nov 4, 2012 05:16 PM

                                                                hahaha!! Oh, honey... you wanted me to pick up a cake at the store? I'm sorry, I COMPLETELY forgot!! I'll run out right now and get one. I can't believe it, it just slipped my mind!

                                                                1. re: kubasd
                                                                  Perilagu Khan RE: kubasd Nov 4, 2012 05:30 PM

                                                                  Devious dames on this board. Dam' devious. Practically spoils my faith in those of the feminine gland.

                                                                  1. re: Perilagu Khan
                                                                    mamachef RE: Perilagu Khan Nov 4, 2012 05:39 PM

                                                                    And then there'd be me, PK. "The guacamole? I ate it, that's what. :)"

                                                                    1. re: mamachef
                                                                      kubasd RE: mamachef Nov 4, 2012 05:47 PM


                                                                      1. re: mamachef
                                                                        Perilagu Khan RE: mamachef Nov 5, 2012 06:17 AM

                                                                        *mama draws a hawg-leg and brandishes it menacingly*

                                                                        "Feel lucky, punk? Well, do ya'?"

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                                                              escondido123 RE: fldhkybnva Nov 2, 2012 02:19 PM

                                                              I was at a friend's house last month and she made a big bowl of guacamole with cilantro. When she brought it out she said she'd made me some without cilantro and she'd bring it right out. Twenty minutes later she said she just couldn't find it. Called me the next day to say it had shown up on her bedside table. She had gone into her bedroom to answer the phone in the midst of bringing me my guacamole and totally forgot where she'd left it.

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                                                              1. re: escondido123
                                                                fldhkybnva RE: escondido123 Nov 2, 2012 02:26 PM

                                                                haha "just couldn't find it," guacamole now has legs. I hope that that delicious bowl of goodness was consumed.

                                                                1. re: escondido123
                                                                  kubasd RE: escondido123 Nov 2, 2012 08:35 PM

                                                                  Love it!

                                                                2. Bacardi1 RE: fldhkybnva Nov 3, 2012 11:22 AM

                                                                  I'm sort of lucky, I guess, in that my husband won't eat avocados while I LOVE them. So if I whip up a batch of guacamole, unless we're having guests, it's ALL FOR ME!! :)

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                                                                  1. re: Bacardi1
                                                                    suzigirl RE: Bacardi1 Nov 3, 2012 02:07 PM

                                                                    Lucky you.

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                                                                    takadi RE: fldhkybnva Nov 4, 2012 05:24 PM

                                                                    I used to live on guac and ramen in my early college days....sometimes together..lol

                                                                    1. suzigirl RE: fldhkybnva Nov 7, 2012 05:57 PM

                                                                      I have been known to Hoover a whole carton of cottage cheese with green olives or pineapple or peaches. And I could kill some guacamole

                                                                      1. fldhkybnva RE: fldhkybnva Nov 7, 2012 06:11 PM

                                                                        Uh oh it's taco night again in a few short days...perhaps I will buy fewer avocados this week so at least if it disappears it's only 3/4 of a usual bowl vs the entire thing :)

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