Guacamole champion to be decided at 1st Annual Guac Off this Saturday

There’s been a whole bunch of guac talk on this blog lately, and for very good reason:  we live in the land of delicious 25 cent avocados!  Got a killer guacamole recipe you’ve just been dying to unleash on the public?  Well, now’s your chance to pit it against all other contenders in a battle to the death (death for the avocados only, since they will be eaten) at the First Annual Indian Summer Guac Off going off this Saturday:

A party that will be showcasing the best Guacamoles that the city has to offer.  The winner to be crowned with the guacamole glory trophy, bragging rights until next Indian Summer, the title of official “Guacamole of San Francisco”, and a secret mystery prize.

You can talk all the talk you want, but can you actually walk the guac?  See if you have what it takes and check out all the details here.


8 Responses to “Guacamole champion to be decided at 1st Annual Guac Off this Saturday”

  1. El jeffe says:

    Is this contest really open to anyone? I’ve got an awesome / very unique recipe that I’d love for people to try…but I don’t know these folks at all. I’d feel kinda wierd crashing their guac-party if its a bunch of other people who all know each other.

    • Luke says:

      It would be impossible to crown a guacamole as the “Best in SF” without allowing the competition to be open to everyone. You are most definitely invited, and we’re excited to see if you’re guacamole has what it takes!

      • Silas says:

        Dude we had a blast today, thanks again for letting us crash your place. My friend and I were so impressed we became inspired to possibly create a Belcher St. festivity in the same manner, and possible involving homebrewed beer and pinata jousting.

  2. k-mack says:

    totally open to anyone at all

  3. ALWAYS HIGH says:


  4. Somehow, to me, a guacamole championship seems a little inimical to the spirit of guacamole. Guacamole should be a personal thing, which you should present to your friends, as a statement about who you are and how you feel about the avocado. And, for that matter, how you feel about the recipient of the avocado. The avocado is a pliant, flexible thing; you should treat it with respect and reverence, like a vagina.

  5. Caroline says:

    Ahhhh I can’t believe I’m missing a guac-off. Have an extra bite for me!