>thanksgiving 2 years ago
>parents invite aunt I haven't seen in 8 years
>she brings guacamole (apparently she has been bringing southwest dishes to family events ever since she moved to new mexico)
>says "I used sour cream instead of mayo to make it leaner"
>asks me at dinner if I want any
>"Ha ha, I see anon is still a picky eater"
What shitty dinner stories do you guys have.
My family on my mom's side is very flyover. My aunt moved to new mexico to be more exotic, but has not kicked any of her old habits. I guess she wanted to make guacamole more appealing to her tastes.
> it's just smooshed avacado, diced red onion and tomatoes, lime juice, garlic and a bit of seasoning
That's avocado dip, guacamole as you said to the funny guy, is a sauce. Hence guacamole is an avocado sauce with garlic, scallions, cilantro and either jalapeño or serrano chiles.
(white)People use mayonnaise or sour cream because they're fucking disgusting.
I don't know about mayo but I will sometimes put sour cream in my guacamole if I'm making tacos for myself because I would be adding both regardless. I wouldn't do it if I were cooking for others or not planning on eating it all within a couple days. It's just to avoid having to wash several spoons, not really necessary
look who's bein a dick about TERMS
I put tomato and onion in mine come at me bro
That's fine if they're wrong, but you can't just go into a chess tournament, jump all the pawns with your checker and declare "king me". I didn't make the rules, I just follow them.
>food is like chess
I couldn't have sounded more autistic if I tried
My favorite guacamole doesn't have avocado in it. It's more like a layer of dough with tinned tomato sauce (Hunt's brand) and a mess of shredded mozzarella cheese (part skim). Rather than mixing it up together and eating with chips, I like to bake my guacamole in the oven as high as it will go for about 15 minutes
Some people put sour cream in it, but it's not necessary or considered. The objective is to add to creaminess and bite, which avocado and lime already do a fine job of. Just like how some Americans put eggs in their burgers as a binder even though the meat itself already holds together fine on its own.
Salsa are generally thin and raw, moles are generally thicker and cooked. You can get some pre made moles that have a thicker consistency than half dry cement.
>not cheese cooked on a grill
language is what people make it. If it is chiefly avocado and has other vaguely mexican ingredients in it nobody is going to be shocked or flip their lids if it is labeled guacamole. The only required ingredient at all times is avocado, which is why your pizza argument is also shit
>uncle brings pot of "chili"
>all ground chicken, no beans
>"oh anon's uncle this is so good, how did you season it."
>"the secret is a jar of minced garlic and a cup of sweet babby rays for each pound of chicken."
Seriously who freaks out over being called a picky eater? It just sounds like OP has super sized fee fees.
The only time I've ever heard of mayo in guacamole is if avocado is to "exotic" for them so they mashed up a can of peas instead because they're old but still want to try new things but not too new because old.
I also refused to eat it and asked why they would ever do something so disgusting, and I'm whiter than paper.
>it's not supposed to have sour cream or mayo, it's just smooshed avacado, diced red onion and tomatoes, lime juice, garlic and a bit of seasoning
not true by the way. originally they also used a little bit of milk for guac in mexico. makes a huge difference, try it some time.
sour cream or mayo though? ugh, disgusting.
lain still best anime 2bh
That's kinda weird. Like I've made green sauce with avocados and tomatillos and sour cream, but like I usually consider guacamole and sour cream an either or thing. Like if I have guacamole I don't use sour cream, or if I don't I do. They serve the same sort of purpose in a taco for me, cool, creamy, slightly tangy.
Perhaps the fire no longer rises, brother.
Guacamole (Spanish: [wakaˈmole]; or [ɡwakaˈmole] ( listen); can informally be referred to as "guac" in North America ) is an avocado-based dip or salad first created by the Aztecs in what is now Mexico. In addition to its use in modern Mexican cuisine it has also become part of American cuisine as a dip, condiment and salad ingredient.
Is SEL actually worth sticking with? I dropped it about 2/3 through the first episode, felt like it was trying too hard. Still have it downloaded. Any point forcing myself to watch it?
Why would you force yourself to enjoy things you don't like? There is a tremendous amount of anime out there, search for stuff you like and watch it, and disregard anyone who tells you you have shit taste.