I’ve always thought of guacamole in terms of Mexican food. Thanks to going to the food blogger conference Indulge in Portland this past weekend, I unexpectedly enjoy another! Adding wasabi and soy sauce to your avocados is going to be the next game-changer. Promise.
During the conference California Avocados put on a guacamole show-down. We were divided into teams and then each took turns scrambling for ingredients that we had to use. I was with some pretty talented people and together we pulled off a win with the best guac! This recipe is that result.
This was the first blogging conference I’ve ever been to although I’ve been blogging for 6 years. First at Pretty Dubs (and sometimes still occasionally) and now here. It was amazing to connect to so many talented and inspiring people. They were humble, kind, and exciting to be around. There was awesome energy and plenty of love.
If you’re looking for some inspiration from my teammates, there’s lots!
I started this blog as a food blog and I’ve loved that it has become more than that. However, food is so fun guys. I’m definitely guilty of kitchen explosions. As much as I get lost in our home gym, I also get lost in the kitchen.
Eat this Asian Guacamole with chips or on a salad. It would be an awesome dip for spring rolls or lettuce wraps. Dip your veggies in and don’t be surprised if you just want to lick it off your fingers. For burger eaters, it would be a great spread.
For someone who doesn’t like wasabi, I really liked this. The spiciness is tempered perfectly and the soy sauce is not over-powering.
The take-away from all this…the blogger conference was awesome.
Guacamole is still one of my favorite foods.
People really are good. It’s one of my favorite things to learn from others.