If you have eaten at one of Dos Toros’ three Manhattan locations, I am sure you don’t need any more reason to obsess over it. Introduced to New York by two San Fran transplants, Dos Toros is sort of like a cheaper, more authentically mexican Chipotle.
Maybe you heard of him on Grub Street this past week or maybe you went to Quiz Rock with a Side of Guac at the Knitting Factory but Richard Sloven is taking New York City by storm, one order of guac at a time. With Gorilla Guac, Richard prepares guacamole made-to-order in various locations including the Guac Rock Boat Cruise on July 18th. Tickets are still available. So let’s peak into the mind of a west coast guacamole enthusiast, shall we?
Ellie Ratcliff, Lindsay Liu and Lauren Cooper were awarded the Judge’s Favorite at the 2011 Guactacular earlier this month for their guacamole, Aviche: The Guacamole of the Sea. The ladies were kind enough to share their winning recipe with us. Enjoy!
I love dachshunds. I live with a dachshund. He has never gotten up and started singing about guacamole, which is why I am considering trading him in for Bounty’s new pitchman, featured in the following video.
It sure has been a guactasmic week, hasn’t it, NachosNY devotees, hangers on & such? Were you on the Guac Rock boat on Monday night, cruising around the harbor drinking beers, eating guac & listening to live, independent rock music? Oh man…I was and let me tell you, for the most part, you who joined me were an ATTRACTIVE group of guac lovers. I would’ve gladly made out with many of you.