Since you guys like avocados as much as me
about 3 years ago
I love it!
do you ever sleep?
I want a print of this for my kitchen. Double like.
James took the words out of my mouth! That would be awesome.
The first twist step is so great.
mmm. mashed on toast. it's pretty much the breakfast of champions. well done!
This is great, although I have a few more steps in my avocado preparations. I cut it into 4 slices, peel it, then salt and pepper it.
Can you add that? ;)
Love. Hungry now.
Great stuff Ed! :)
most delicious shot ever!
well, this is lovely, Ed!
how about a bit of balsamic reduction drizzled over..mm nice work!
HA! totally awesome. One could use those instructions for many life lessons, actually. And get themselves in a lot of trouble.
Like! Like! Like!
And yes, what Dan says: PRINT! This needs to be on my kitchen wall as big as can be.
Thanks all! I'm opening up an online shop soon, I guess i will have to make this available as a print.
Actually this was a possible idea for a T-shirt. With a bit of work on it would you peoples wear this?
at the risk of getting swarmed by the adoring mob [of which i'm certainly one] :
i do a lot of stabbing, in the evenings, and that's not how i stab things. that stab looks like more of a chop, to me. maybe even give us a nice curved arrow, to indicate how those pits require more than just a casual chop.
otherwise, this thing is brilliant. and i'd love to surprise my designer wife with a print for her kitchen.
The design is yummy. Avocados... not so much.
I learned this a few years ago, I wish I had these instructions way before then. So easy, but hard to explain to someone who doesn't cook much, or isn't a lover of avocados.
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