Here’s a Slice of My Life entry that should have come earlier, so you could make Guacamole for New Year’s Eve and Bowl Game parties. But here’s to partying all year round.
When we moved to Arizona from Ohio in the mid 1960s, I started adding Southwestern dishes to my menus. At restaurants, I frequently have to skip guac because it has onions. I was happy to read that original Mexican quac generally does not have onion–just the Americanized versions. Although lime might be more common than lemon, I use lemon because that is what I have on hand.
The best hint here, is in how to remove the seed–easily with a deep cut of the knife.
So here’s the process:
Happy New Guacamole to you!