If I had my way, I’d eat guacamole every day. With a big bag of salty, lime-drizzled chips. While laying on a beach with a tropical drink next to me. It’s certainly one of the better dips, with creamy, flesh avocados taking the lead. A simple, flavorful guac doesn’t need much: just a quick drizzle of lime, some red onion and a little cilantro are more than enough.
• 1 ripe avocado
• juice of 1 lime
• ½ small red onion, diced finely
• 1 Tbsp. cilantro, diced
•salt to taste
• Slice the avocado in half. Place the blade of your knife into the pit and press, then twist, removing the pit. Slice the avocado flesh long ways then side ways to create scores.
• Twist the avocado halves inside out to release the scores into a bowl. Use a fork and smush the avocado pieces until the reach the consistency you want.
• Stir the red onion and cilantro into the avocado. Sprinkle the lime juice and salt on top and stir to combine.
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On Friday, January 24th we were invited to the showroom of Timothy Oulton that is located in The New York Design Center at 200 Lexington Avenue, 8th floor, in Manhattan. We’ve been to their champagne events before and had a good time so we decided to go.
These days, everyone has an opinion about food so I was interested in two recent articles I came across: one in Bazaar and another in the Weekend Financial Times.
In the magazine the headline reads: “Silicon Valley’s Dangerous New Obsession to Get Sharper and More Focused At Work” – this is followed by a subhead stating: Proponents of extreme fasting and other biohacks believe that it makes them smarter and more productive. But is it safe?
In the January 2020 issue of Town & Country I spotted a fascinating piece by Josh Duboff about New York’s famous Metropolitan Museum. He begins with this: “Harold Koda remembers the first time he stood in front of the Met, which would eventually become his workplace.”
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