Red Rooster Sriracha is Basically From Moorpark

Support local agriculture - Sriracha and Avocados - a great example

Sriracha is a hot chili sauce originally from Thailand - and you may already be familiar with the Red Rooster brand. The jalepenos for Red Rooster are grown on the Underwood Farm here in Moorpark. Amazing, right?! 

It goes GREAT with Moorpark Avocados from the Avocado Diva.

Sriracha is REALLY spicy - so I recommend that you make a chunky guacamole (see the photo) and "dip" your large chunk of avocado into a tiny portion decoratively dotted along the edge of the plate. It's almost like a dip for your dip!

This particular guacamole is made with a really firm, extra flavorful summer avocado called the Esther. It's flesh is very "meaty" and the green fruit tastes REALLY flavorful and can stand up to the delicious and somewhat over powering flavor (not to mention heat!) of the sriracha.

Never had an Esther?! Well -- if you join my "Avocado of the Month Club" - you can get rare and unique avocados delivered RIGHT to your door each month. It's only $19.95 - and a healthy way to add protien to your diet - perhaps replacing animal protien (join the "meatless Monday movement! Or forgo meat on Friday's for faith reasons). 

I'd LOVE to add you to my 100+ "Diva Club" members -- please send me an email to Diva@AvocadoDiva.com for more information. 

Need a couple more reasons to think about joining? 

1. You will be supporting local small farms and ranches 
2. You will help us preserve heirloom avocado trees here in our town
3. You'll add 20 vitamines and minerals to your diet
4. My family relys on the funds I am earning as a local, small business.

Thank you for your kind consideration.  I'd love to hear from you.  

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