Have you ever seen those “Guacamole Kits” for sale in the produce department? You know, the clear plastic take-out boxes containing a couple avocados, a jalepeno, a red onion, and a tomato? All the ingredients necessary for delicious, homemade guacamole. It’s very convenient…as long as you don’t mind at least one of the ingredients being somewhat “off.”
A withered up jalapeño, unripe (or overripe) avocados, or a sickly looking tomato? No thanks. I’ll buy the ingredients separately.
Which brings up another difficulty: When the guacamole craving strikes, it’s usually not the day after I’ve been to the grocery store with a specific plan to make guacamole. And the way I run my pantry, it’s extremely unlikely that I’ll “accidentally” have each of the typical guacamole ingredients on-hand (and ripe enough) to use all at the same time. Continue reading Anytime Guacamole…Anytime You Crave It