Though I didn't get the opportunity to try out too many of the other offerings- I was amazed by what I saw walking past my station! It really is incredibly how many different variations there are on this great dip, from color, to consistency, to the other ingredients used. Each plate that I offered my simple addition to was littered with incredible amounts of green, but each one insanely different looking from each other. Impressed is the best way to describe my thoughts.
Since I am not able to comment on the other entrants, I present to you a photographic journey of the evening. Please enjoy :-)
|Technique right there|
|Time to mash!|
|Fresh squeezed lime juice to help keep the green color fresh, and add some lovely flavor|
|Adding some color with chunky tomatoes|
|Action shot of the stir|
|Adding in more of everything!|
|Ready to go! Bring on the masses!|
|Serving away- and safely I might add :-)|
Thanks again to Aaron @EatBoston for organizing! The best part about this, is that while we were all having a great time with the green stuff, we were helping out three great charities, Lovin’ Spoonful, Share our Strength and Community Servings! Please be sure to check them out-they are doing great things!!
I'm sorry I missed this event because I am a guac addict. Also, I think we make a very similar guac! Looks delicious!
Aww thank you! I love mine on the chunky side-sometimes its more like a meal than a dip...oops :-)
Those pictures are great!! :)
Ha ha aren't they? VP material...
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