a festive event on the beach,
astounding in the creativity and fervor to enter, compete, eat, drink and
Restaurateurs would be well
advised to pay attention to some of these recipes
Brian Hughes holding
the bottle donated by Beach and Vine.
RULES OF GUAC ENGAGEMENT:
The only rule is 5 avocados minimum and bring your
own chips, the rest is up to you...
Margarita: No limits on the margaritas! We
will have mini plastic cups for the sampling, but we always run out.
Probably a good idea to bring a short stack for your entry.
John Bennzoni Tom Dunigan, Brian
Hughes. John won the Pancho Villa (most revolutionary) with his
"Lobstamole"; Tom Dunigan is the MC of the event from Cozy-A; Brian
Hughes and the Yellow House took home the Best Guac with their
"Yellowha" Guac featuring grilled pineapple. It should
definitely be noted that their house won "Best Guacamole" for the
third year in a row! Of course, that is unprecedented.
It was a great time with over 120
PS the Frida Kahlo winner
was a super spicy brew that would grow your eyebrows. Jackie was a returning
champion. Bill won for the first time after many attempts. Brian and Leslie
scored a hat trick, winning best Guac for the third year in a row.
Best Margarita winner:
Bicycle Bill Hornsby
By the Way.... Bicycle Bill won
for Best Margarita. Took him 10 years, but he finally won. Secret
Ginger Liquor. †Jake from Beach and Vine generously donated the prize for best
Frida Kahlo award: went to Jackie Esposito,
Brian and Leslie Hughes and Charl
Castelyn (from left to right).
Best Guac was Leslie and Brian
Hughes with an awesome pineapple Guac
Pancho Vila award went to John
Berinzoni for his revolutionary lobster guacamole.
The winner of Best
Guacamole, the "Yellowha".
Feeding frenzy for over 110