CK and I are really enjoying our weekly Boston Organics deliveries. We even purchased a cooler to leave in the lobby for the nice delivery man to transfer our yummy fruits and veggies into for safe keeping until one of us wanders home from work. I had to revive my lettuce a few too many times before I realized…oh duh…maybe this stuff needs a better home than a green plastic tote for eight hours.
So all in all it’s going very well. Except for the avocados. Over the last five weeks I’ve thrown out five avocados. How horrible is that! I feel guilty every time I have to toss the poor guys into the trash, but I just haven’t been able to think of a anything to do with them other than possibly make guacamole. The thing is…I sort of hate guacamole and until Sunday morning I sort of disliked avocados. I’d eat it if you put it in front of me, or you wrapped it up in sushi, but I’d never go out of my way to buy or use them. But then CK shared a post on Google Reader about making Avocado Toast, and our friend Anna chimed in with a resounding email response of, “This is totes my favorite snack!!!!” It appeared imminent that avocado and I would be forced to meet once again, and meet we did — spread on warm toast with a simple concoction of spices. It was a phenomenally good time! From now on I promise that CK and I will be fighting over the avocados in our house and I vow to never throw one out ever again.
3 slices of bread (Note: I used Arnold Country White. When I’m “bad” I’m very very bad).
Red Pepper Flakes
Freshly Ground Black Pepper
Toast the bread. Slice the avocado in half, remove the flesh and place into a small bowl. Mash the avocado with a fork and spread onto the toasted bread.
Sprinkle the toast with Red Pepper Flakes, salt and pepper, and drizzle lightly with olive oil.