El Amanecer Restaurant

Empanada Day

Sunday March 30 2008

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Guacamole Dip History

The Aztecs invented it.

When the Spaniards encountered the Aztec empire back in

the 1500s, the locals were making a sauce called ahuaca-mulli,

which means "avocado-mixture." The dish was prepared by mashing avocados,

sometimes with tomatoes and onions, hot peppers

and a touch of cilantro.

The Spanish brought what they could back to Spain.

Unfortunately avocados don't grow particularly well

Sailors and travelers ate various forms of the stuff,

notably the English who made avocado paste, called it "midshipman's butter,"

The word "avocado" descends linguistically from the

ancient Nahuatl lenguage word ahuacatl,

Most American avocados come from California, where there over 6,000 avocado

groves dot the southern part of the state. Most of those avocados are of the

Hass variety; Florida avocados are larger, more


avocados are grown in Mexico, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Spain, Israel,

South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.

Modern guacamole comes in many forms. In some taquerias, it's large

chunks of barely-cut avocado, in others it's a paste with a lively mixture

of tomatoes, onions, and cilantro.

Guacamole dates back to the Aztecs - The Aztecs referred to guacamole

as ahuaca-mulli which translates roughly to avocado sauce or avocado mixture.

The Aztecs believed the avocado to be an aphrodisiac.

the avocado has the highest fat content of any fruit.

The Aztecs had a very low fat diet compared with today's standards.

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Empanada Day March 30 2008

Green Volunteers and El Amanecer Restaurant are parnetring together.

We are holding our third fundraising event.

Empanada day to give Water for Buena Vista Village in El Salvador.

Your Donation will create a rain harvesting pound to 40 families that are mostly

elderly who have no water in the summer time.

Donation Goal: $ 7000.00

This will benefit the neighbors and residents of canton Buena Vista in the departament of La Paz El Salvador.

Human needs water, but how is water distributed fairly within a country like El Salvador?

we don't have the answer but what append to the small local community ?.

With your help and Green Volunteers we can solve the problem by creating a water pound wich will give water to 40 families for their daily needs to their crops fields Chickens and cattle.

Access to freshwater is the right of every Human in our Modern world.

Local freshwater solution is around the corner for Buena Vista Village in El Salvador .

Help us to Bring Fresh Water to People.

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People of Buena Vista doesn't have the funds for such a project ,

the cost of the project is $ 7,000 for the materials to construct a stone pound

the first year is a investment of $ 2,500 to build the first stage of the pound.

this pound will gave water supplie to a population of 180 people,

is a investment of $38 for a person to have water for the rest of his life .

the project will be builded by the people of the Village of Buena Vista

your donation will be strictly for the materials like stones and concret.

El Salvador is the country with the lowest average coverage in Central America

and the forth lowest in Latin America

to delivery of potable drinking water to all of its citizens

Visit us at:

El Amanecer Restaurant

175 Wortley Rd London

519 642 1000

London Canada

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