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Watermelon feta guacamole

Watermelon makes a great substitute for tomatoes in this watermelon guacamole recipe — plus the rind is too cute not to use as a serving bowl. The sweetness of the watermelon tastes great with the spicy jalapeño and creamy avocado. It’s something a little different for your summertime party spread. Watermelon feta guacamole Ingredients 9 ripe avocados, pitted 1 cup fresh cilantro, chopped 3/4 cup chopped red onion 2-3 jalapeños, finely chopped (remove the seeds if you don’t like a lot of heat) 1/4 cup fresh squeeze lime juice 2 cups diced watermelon Salt Pepper 1 cup feta cheese crumbles (the jalapeño variety if you can find it), divided And don’t forget tortilla chips for serving! Directions Scoop out flesh from avocados into a large bowl. Smash with a fork until just slightly chunky. Add lime juice and mix until combined. Add cilantro, onion, jalapeño, watermelon, and 3/4 cup of…

10 foods you didn’t know were actually American

American cuisine, the great melting pot, is known for adopting foods from all over the world as its own. But there are plenty of foods invented in the United States that you might wrongfully assume come from other cultures. No matter where a dish is born, it doesn’t make it any less delicious. So let’s give credit where credit is due. Here are 10 “foreign” foods that are actually American inventions. 1. German Chocolate Cake The name might bring to mind decadent Bavarian pastries, but this coconut-pecan frosted chocolate cake owes its name not to the country of Germany, but to an English-born candy maker named Samuel German. German developed a type of making chocolate for the Massachusetts-based Baker’s Chocolate Company — his employer at the time. The product was marketed as “Baker’s German’s Sweet Chocolate.” In 1957, a Dallas housewife, Mrs. George Clay, used the chocolate in a recipe she…