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Karl’s Grilled Plum Guacamole

Jan requested a “light” dinner, by which she meant low carbohydrates. I decided to do “South of the Border” salmon patties. This, of course, called for guacamole. Having already mixed Mexican and Northwest cuisines, I decided to take it a step further and mix grilled plums with my avocado.

Karl’s Grilled Plum Guacamole

Karl’s Grilled Plum Guacamole

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Karl’s Fish Taco Salad

Jan was gifted with two small heirloom tomatoes and a large ripe avocado. She requested a dinner with salsa and guacamole. I have gotten a bit tired of fish wrapped in a taco shell, so I thought I would turn it into a salad.

Karl's Fish Taco Salad

Karl’s Fish Taco Salad

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Karl’s Guacamole

I am making the Dean’s Lunch and one of the dinners is a Vegan. Jan and I finally settled on a salad with crackers and a selection of schmears.  To meet the needs of the one, the many must eat Vegan—to paraphrase. Jan really likes guacamole, so I chose this as my third schmear.  I have a simple recipe, but for public consumption I thought I would be a bit more elaborate.

Karl’s Guacamole

Karl’s Guacamole

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Karl’s Quick Guacamole

I am having fish tacos and I wanted some guacamole to go with it. This is so simple it is barely a recipe. I know that some people really “doctor up” guacamole, but I think that a good ripe avocado just needs a bit of lime juice to prevent it from turning brown.

Karl’s Quick Guacamole

Karl’s Quick Guacamole

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