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Another adventure with alligator pears (Hemingway’s name for the main ingredient of Guacamole)

May 9, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyUi_xdykx8&feature=youtu.be

part 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND7I6DJAY54&feature=youtu.be

 

 

part 3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvoAYGdqZGY&feature=youtu.be

pesto

 

 

 

 

inside the energy-hungry monster frigo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8LZ94fecQ0&feature=youtu.be

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The main ingredients of our home-assembled guacamole.

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Perhaps the flash was too bright, but what a delightful moment. Can you taste this source of glutathione in your imagination?

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Virtually everything is improved with the medicinal pesto, made with expensive ingredients from Whole Foods and my sweetheart says, “It’s worth it!”

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The old clock label made our evening special. This is one of those bottles with the raised surfaces. I think I’ll keep this bottle in my office. Memories of the first homeassembled Guacamole

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Now you see the label more clearly.

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I can feel the raised surface in my fingertips. These are the pleasures that living on a minimum wage salary would make life seem smaller… Thank you, whoever allowed me to have excess in my life, for this moment.

 SO, what else can we write about?  You really should click on the links to YOUTUBE to see what adventures in sound and light took place around these photos.

 

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Rocco’s Tacos sells this mixture for $5.

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A perfect gator pear…. How could we NOT include this photo in the presentation?

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Pick up your left hand and place it near the left side of this photo. Can you feel the slight resistance in the guacamole? the chip will break if you press too much more, but press you must to pick up the delicious dip

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JK added a bit of cayenne pepper

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Here is our favorite aerator in use

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WARNING… “Turn your eyes!” That’s what some people shout when they see the mixtures… lettuce on top of chicken soup with three spoonfuls of pesto and some tomato seeds and juice coming, too. the only part of the tomato that goes into the guacamole is the skin and meat, no seeds or juice.

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The olive oil layer has risen to the top and changed color, revealing the Carli Fratelli yellow-green (you might want to visit our photos from the olive oil museum in Imperia, Italy, near San Remo)

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How often do you get a chance to examine the interior of the mind of the consumer? Here’s a way to see what is important in the lives of two people in Florida who live 5 miles from Whole Foods restaurant

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Notice the narrowed section inside the device

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okay, this is not an important image, but it shows the result of clumsy fingers that tried to snap a screenshot adeptly.

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Smoked fish dip and Veggie Lasagna, two favorites on Desota Drive

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we could have started here. instead, we went with the no-heating alternative of chicken soup, salad and alligator pear sauce

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The Texas-based corporation that provides our soup is a major reason why our food budget tops $20,000 a year. We spend at least $200 a week over there.

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Use vinoair and there will be no sadness. I like the BEANO ad: use beano and theere will be no gas.

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Mix that top layer in with the pesto

 

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