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1999 Teardrop Adventure - Recipe 2
by Teri Fahrendorf

JODI'S KILLER GUACAMOLE

(From Rick Bayless's Mexican Kitchen cookbook)
Makes four cups

1 large ripe round tomato, cut into small cubes
3 Serrano chilies, stemmed and chopped
1 large garlic clove, peeled and chopped
3 Tbsp chopped fresh cilantro
½ cup finely diced white onion
3 large (about 1½ lb) soft-ripe Hass avocados
1 lime, juiced (about 3+ tsp)
1 tsp salt

Either eat immediately or cover with plastic wrap pressed tight. Can be chilled and stored for up to four hours. Then the onion will overpower the flavor. Flavors and textures will fade once guacamole warms up to room temperature.

Click here to go to 1999 Teardrop Adventure Recipe 3.

The story is 16 short pages total. You can jump to other sections of the story here:

Page 1 - Departure
Page 2 - Washington
Page 3 - Idaho
Page 4 - Glacier
Page 5 - Montana
Page 6 - Yellowstone
Page 7 - Tetons
Page 8 - Denver
Page 9 - Colorado
Page 10 - Utah
Page 11 - Idaho Again
Page 12 - Wild Horses
Page 13 - Oregon
Page 14 - Enterprise
Page 15 - Lovely Drive
Page 16 - Home Again

And here are some recipes:

Recipe 1 - Pancakes
Recipe 2 - Guacamole
Recipe 3 - Bread


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