Sorry, but this abomination deserves more than just the acronym. No, no, no! This is wrong.
Okay, I will admit... I am the last person to get on someone's case for bucking tradition. Screwing with classic dishes is kinda what I do. That, and I abuse the avocado pretty regularly. Avocado popsicles, avocado margaritas... you name it. But seriously?
First off, peas were added to this for all the wrong reasons. The author writes about how they make your guac greener here http://dinersjournal.blogs.nytimes.com/…/green-pea-guacamo…/. Um, my guac is just fine thank you.
Adding peas to guac for "more green" is like the equivalent of a spray tan. No thank you, I am quite content being honky white.
Honestly, this is not the first time the NYT has screwed up food. I have made a few of their recipes which were some of the best compost I ever tasted, but down right horrible food. They almost ruined Christmas dinner, the bastards!
Sorry, but no.
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