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    Avocados and May 5

    An estimated 81 million pounds of avocados will be consumed on this holiday.

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    Re: Avocados and May 5

    Avocado ice cream, guacamole, avocado smoothie, avocado tomato melt . . . um um um . . . . .

    Happy Cinco de Mayo!

    Any special plans, PeaBrain?

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    Re: Avocados and May 5

    I love avacados!! but May 4th is a better holiday!! think about it..

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    Re: Avocados and May 5

    Tomorrow's menu: sliced avocado, salmon, spring mix greens, peppers, home made salsa, all wrapped in a tortilla.

    Hmmm . . . should I use a 'traditional' tortilla, or a tomato basil wrap?

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    Re: Avocados and May 5

    Mmmmmmm! Oh, I can hardly wait!! I can't think of anything too much better than a fresh, icy, strawberry margarita with a zesty mesoamerican meal!

    Ole!

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    Re: Avocados and May 5

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    Re: Avocados and May 5

    Salmon Avocado Wrap!!!!!!!!!


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    Re: Avocados and May 5

    I am NOW HUNGRY..!!

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    Re: Avocados and May 5

    How lucky can we get?

    Today is Cinco de Mayo, Derby Day (Kentucky horse race) and also tonight we will have a 'super moon' which will be the biggest and brightest of the year.

    To get the party started I'd like to share a couple of fruity mocktail recipes:

    Chi Chi: mix 8 oz pineapple juice, 2 oz coconut cream, drop a marischino cherry on top and sip away! Warning: you might want to make a pitcher full!

    Fuzzy Navel: half & half peach juice (mango?) and orange juice - yum!


    From Fiesta Colorado sinaloa - El Sauce y La Palma (The Weeping Willow and the Palm) ~ a very colorful dance and song


    http://youtu.be/SBE1LoNhnM0

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