After months of guacamole experimentation, my partner in guac-crime/ boyfriend Anthony and I came up with an Indian-inspired guac to serve at Guactacular. We aptly named our guac Raisin the Roof, as we felt confident that it would set the bar at Guactacular. We’re overjoyed that people at the event loved it and hope everyone at home who missed out on Guactacular does too.
Last night, I was looking through our recipe section and saw all the crazy guacamole recipes we have. And I realized, why am I not giving you guys the simple recipe for guacamole you can make any day of the week. Then I looked at the counter, and to both my luck and yours, two ripe avocados laid.
Peter Borenstein of the brilliant Tu Guac Shakur was invited to bring his guacamole brilliance to Guac Rock. And boy did he represent. He made a classic guac, using picked jalapenos as his secret weapon. To prepare for a small party, try this one on for size.
Stranded in and LA airport, our Guactcular runner-up Chris was stuck could not bring his guacamole to the masses aboard the Jewel for Guac Rock. Instead, he emailed one of his recipes to help get our creative juices going. His secret ingredient: ginger, really got the night kicked off right.
Marcia Bunda, our People’s Champion at Guactacular brought the fire at Guac Rock. She recreated her Cumin At Ya Guacamole and introduced us to a new classic. She cut it down to a party size, not boat size.