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Eva Longoria, Avocado, and One Helluva Recipe

Posted by Joel Marion

I don’t know about you, but if I’m flipping channels and come across Eva Longoria, the remote stops there.

At least for a little while.

In fact, Eva’s probably the only reason I started watching Desperate Housewives several years back, and quite unexpectedly, I found that I actually enjoyed the show.

Weird, I know.

Well, just so happens that yesterday I got a little two-for with Eva ‘s guest appearance on the Martha Stewart show.  Sure, it was a re-run, but whatever, she’s hot.

And not only that, but she also makes a pretty mean guacamole.

How do I know?  I watched the show and tried the recipe.  So when I say that this bad-boy is killer, I speak first-hand.

And not like O.J. killer, but like Shamu killer.

Now I know what you’re thinking:  A guacamole recipe as awesome as Shamu?  Highly unlikely, I know, but trust me, it’s true.

Eva’s Uber Guacamole (I added the word uber, but like to think she’d be cool with that)

**8 large ripe avocados, chopped
**2 large tomatoes, chopped
**1 large onion, chopped
**1 bunch cilantro, finely chopped
**3 small Serrano peppers, ribs and some seeds removed, minced
**Coarse salt
**Juice of 4 lemons

Directions:  Mix all of the above in a large bowl, mashing slightly.

Rich in healthy-hormone supporting monounsaturated fats, not only does this guacarecipe taste exceptionally yummy, but it’s also quite “the good” for you.

Mix a batch and enjoy ;-)

Love guacamole?  Hate Desperate Housewives?  (Incorrectly) think Eva Longoria isn’t the hottest woman on television?  Drop a comment below!

Catch you in the comments section,


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@ simone:

like the killer whale

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@ Meg:

Thanks Meg – fortunately I do have a pestle and mortar so if I have to use seeds I’m sorted :)

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I keep hearing that avocados are supposed to be so great for you, but I can’t stand them. I don’t know if it’s the taste or the texture that is worse. I keep trying to eat them, but they make me gag. :(

My sister lives in Mexico and keeps trying to get me to eat them too.

Any ideas on how I can overcome my loathing of avocados?

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yep, eva’s certainly a great looking woman…. genes and a lot of work i’m sure….

guacamole recipe is fine except the lemons… 4 lemons for 8 large avocados is just way too much lemon. i’m always tickled to see notherners like bobby flay add so doggone much lime or lemon … and yes, lime is better, more authenic… all recipes are all about balance and of course personal taste so squeeze those lemons if it’s your cup of tea but i’d caution you to do it one at a time.


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Try mashing up some avocado with drained tuna, makes quite a tastey mixure. @ Carmel:

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Can’t stand the show, DHW….but love the guac! It’s even simpler to make if you chop up the avocados and simply add “pico de gallo” (which is available in almost any grocery store in the fresh produce/deli area), the juice of a couple small limes and salt and pepper to taste. I love cilantro so I add additional fresh chopped cilantro (it should already be in the pico de gallo).

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@ Carmel:

Hi Carmel,
I live in CA now, but am a transplant from GA! When I first came out here in 1997, I didn’t even know what an avocado was! Then I saw people putting them on sandwiches and I did not understand why! I just did NOT get the avocado thing! That was until I was at El Torito one day with some friends and tried the guacamole! THAT changed my whole mindset about avocadoes! For a while, I’d only eat just guacamole, but not I enjoy eating avocadoes by themselves! So hopefully that might be a suitable transition for you too!! :-)

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Not a big fan of avocado, but will give it a try. How do you eat this? I don’t want to add more breads and this doesn’t sound like something to eat by itself, with a spoon.

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I don’t even watch TV.

I know this sounds weird, but avocados also make good mousse. Check the recipe at the Toxin Free Future website…just one of many recipes out there.

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@ Debbie:
I love Guac on my meats, it’s pretty much the healthiest and best tasting thing out there. Experiment for yourself but I like it best on chicken and beef, usually not so much with fish, but it depends on what kind of fish.

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Well i’am 28 year old mom and i really have to try hard and watch what i eat! It is really dis-heartning to see others that it seems like they have a high metabolism eat whatever they want and not gain i honestly enjoy eating and it just seems not fair sometimes that i have to watch so carefully what i eat i worry alot about my weight and don’t want my children to be embaressed of me or people to make fun of them because their momma looks horrible i do want to be healthy as well but i workout every morning and really watch what i eat and i just feel like i would do well in your program because if i have something to go by i will stick to it thanks so much!!

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I am 63 and have about 6kg to lose.
I eat well, walk most days and go to the gym.
What am I doing wrong?

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I make this stuff all the time.Its a winner.
Try adding fresh lime juice rather than lemon, it gives a nice zing.
I also use diced red onions for colour and flavor and last but not least add a couple of cloves of fresh garlic, then you get the benefit of those great foods.
I live in Dubai and we have access to australian and kenyan avocados. The kenyan ones are very green and smooth skinned. The ones from OZ are nobly and dark brown in colour. The brown avocados are almost always way better in texture than the green , even when they are soft. Needless to say the ones from OZ are twice the price..typical!! Enjoy.

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Awesome website you have here but I was wanting to know if you knew of any forums that cover the same topics talked about here? I’d really love to be a part of online community where I can get advice from other knowledgeable individuals that share the same interest. If you have any recommendations, please let me know. Thanks!

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I’m not sure I appreciate what you mean.

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