I've searched all Guacamole types (on Food.com) and did not find one to match this one. It truly has a good full flavor and it will last only a short while so make it fresh. [I found Alton Brown's recipe on Food Network site.]
Recipe courtesy of Alton Brown, 2011...Show: Good Eats Episode: Devil Of A Cake. I want to have a Devil's Food Cake Showdown, with our family Devil's Food Cake verses Alton Brown's Devil's Food Cake. I'll get back to you later, after a family gathering and let you know who wins. :-)
So you'd be correct in saying, that I almost never miss an episode of Good Eats with Alton Brown. Today he made Lasagna Noodle Kugel. It was so easy to make I had to post it here. Recipe courtesy Alton Brown, 2011 Good Eats Episode: Use Your Noodle IV: Lasagna
Saving this to my cookbook so I don't have to try to remember it's name or where it is on the net. I plan on making this for Christmas dinner this year. You are to brake off the curds from the stem and throw the stem. But I think a better use for it would be to chop and add back to the dish or save it for soup. Recipe courtesy Alton Brown, 2011 Show: Good Eats Episode: The Caul of the Flower
From the man that keeps cooking interesting...Alton Brown. Saving this to my cookbook so I don't have to try to remember it's name or where it is on the net. Recipe courtesy Alton Brown, 2011 Show: Good Eats Episode: The Caul of the Flower
This is from Alton Brown's show 'Good Eats'. It makes a very creamy and flavorful polenta without using too much cheese. While this is fabulous freshly made, I wouldn't recommend making in advance. When reheated, it seems grainier than when fresh.