Sunday, March 26, 2006

Classical Guacamole.

Hey, I'm a classicist so EVERY recipe is a "classic".

Seriously though, if you are looking for the Platonic form of guacamole look no further. Eurekas!

Guacamole, or, as it is known in Latin, Guacamole (let it stand as a 3rd declension neuter).

1. Mash 3-4 ripe avacados.

2. Mix in 2 T. lime juice.

3. Chop up finely about 1/4 c. red onions and 2-3 medium tomatoes. Mix in to the guacamole.

4. Add in a generous dash of salt, 1/2-1 t. cumin, 3-4 generous dashes of tabasco, and a grinding of pepper.

5. Stir in 1/4-1/2 c. sour cream.

Serve with chips or pits - ENJOY!



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