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This recipe originates from Mexico, but my mom loves trying new things that she isn't familiar with. The first time she made it was around 10 years ago and she put too many spicy peppers in it, and when she tasted it she shouted "Holy Moley!" (among some other choice words) Which is why I decided to call it "Holy Moley Guacamole." It can be spicy and delicious.
A few years ago I was a visiting art education professor at Leon University, in Mexico, for two weeks.The president of the University took me to dinner a few times and, since I don’t eat meat, it was a challenge to find vegetarian food on the menu. Even the rice and beans were made with lard! Fortunately, there was always guacamole, and I never tired of it!
In a pinch: No fresh chili peppers? The ones in a jar are fine, too.
I am a picnic fan for two reasons: they tend to include simple, local food and they indicate that some sort of adventure is underway.
The last beach picnic I had included fresh crab from the local market, eaten in the dunes on the Oregon coast. But for this recipe I've chosen my favorite—smoked fish—as a nod to the shores of Lake Superior, where I first learned the joy of taking a break from exploring to eat a simple meal.