avocados

I have a new favorite guacamole. It’s hard to pry my greedy hands away from my previous favorite, Grapefruit Guacamole (especially with my garden laden with grapefruits and avocados right now), but I have to say that this concoction kind of tops it. I’ve always been a fan of cooked avocado (as you might remember […]

July 9 2014      19 comments     Linda Ly
En La Cocina   Frutas

Let’s just get this out of the way first — yes, I know grapefruit and avocado don’t sound very appealing together, but you’ll have to trust me on this. These two flavors are actually quite compatible and the resulting dip is light, bright and citrusy (not to mention addicting… it’s definitely not the dip to […]

May 30 2013      26 comments     Linda Ly
En La Cocina   Frutas

Egg + avocado + oven = heaven. I’ve been making some variation of the huevocate ever since I inherited a 30-some-year-old avocado tree on my property. The avocados that cover this tree every spring are the most massive avocados I’ve ever seen, easily weighing close to a pound each. I mean, look at this thing. […]

May 29 2013      28 comments     Linda Ly
En La Cocina

If there was any fruit that identified most with Southern California, that icon of buttery goodness would be the avocado. And out here, the king of avocados is the Hass. Once an obscure cultivar, it now accounts for 80 percent of the world’s avocado crop and 90 percent of California’s avocado crop, where San Diego […]

February 25 2013      22 comments     Linda Ly
Frutas   Jardín

I know it’s not spring yet, but in my neck of the woods (which I affectionately call “the land of 72 and sunny”) it already feels like spring, and it even looks like spring too. I guess that prognosticatin’ groundhog was right after all — spring is near, and this is what I’m seeing around […]

February 19 2013      13 comments     Linda Ly
Flores   Gallinas   Jardín   Semillas

When I first gave you a peek at my garden in May, things were looking a little sparse… I had just drawn up a plan for the next season, pulled out most of my winter and spring crops, and turned over the soil with freshly made compost. My onions and garlic were still a couple […]

July 22 2011      7 comments     Linda Ly
Frutas   Jardín   Verduras