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The next Food Network Star is born!
Very well done! Brava! Come to Blogher in SF!!
neat oh and nice kitchen your a watch out food network!
Great vid! I do everything the same except the actual removal of the pit with the knife blade - I've been scooping it out with a spoon. Unfortunately, more often than not, it results in a flying avocado pit! 8-DYour way is much better!
How fun! I need to starting adding video!
Yeah, I stabbed myself once trying to get the pit out. I was using a dull knife. Ouch!Hey, the website you gave me didn't work. What's up with this? LOL!
"Mare" I am not sure why you are having trouble. Plz try once firstname.lastname@example.org
You did a great job with the video. Keep them coming. I hope you're having a great day.
The towel, that's what I forgot, hold it with a towel. It slides too much without it.
Cool video and a great way to remove the avocado pit!
Great video. Not only is it tough to remove the pit without stabbing yourself, but it's doubly tough when you're vlogging it. Well done!
Great video!! You're a natural :)
Too cute ... love the Vlog!
I use to stab at it with the tip of a knife, you can imagine I cut myself a few times. I finally figured out how to do it your way and it's much better:) Glad you could show others so they don't lose a finger.
Oh great thanks!!! specially taking time to make the video! this is very useful
Great job! Adding video is a very nice touch.
Jennifer that was cool. One thing though is that I save the pit and put it in my guacamole. It keeps it from turning brown, or so I've been told. It seems to work.
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