Monday, April 1, 2013

Something I'll Never Serve : Gringomole #foodie

Gringomole – noun – Gringomole is a culinary item favoured in flyover states consisting of Mashed Avacados, a variety of ‘Mexican’ seasonings and either Mayonaisse, Sour Cream, or a combination of the two. Real guacamole does not have dairy. Yuk!

Gringomole started appearing in the US in the late 1980’s and rose to popularity in the late 1990’s. It is believed the dish has its roots in the flyover states (the same people who think Velveeta is cheese)

Real guacamole has neither mayonaisse nor sour cream.


If you don’t know what a Gringo is, you probably live in a flyover state.

If you don't know what a flyover state is, you probably live in one. (And its altogether possible you think 8 is a prime number).