Oh My Guac, It’s National Guacamole Day at Borracha in Henderson, NV

Oh My Guac, It’s National Guacamole Day at Borracha in Henderson, NV

Guac Around the Clock at Borracha for National Guacamole Day Friday, September 16th

Are you ready to guac and roll? Or pop, guac, and drop it? These puns may seem cheesy, but you’ll still want to avacaGO and taste Borracha’s green goodness this National Guacamole Day on Friday, September 16th. Borracha makes this delicious dip that don’t quit unlike any other restaurant in Henderson, Nevada, and they use it to the fullest on many of their signature dishes.

It’s Not Holy Guacamole, But It Is Spiritual   

Guacamole is made with mashed avocados and can be zested up with onion, garlic, cumin, tomato, cilantro, and even some dairy like sour cream for a smoother finish. Borracha’s Classic Guac recipe has Garlic, Lime Cilantro, and Cotija Cheese and can be ordered for straight scoopin’ with tortilla chips. If you’re a true guacaholic, you can get additional fixes of it in other Borracha apps like the Chicken Taquitos or the Bubbling Cheese Fundido. If you want to keep the guacamole train rolling, then order entrees like the Slow Roasted Pork Carnitas or the Veggie Rice Bowl that have it heaped on top. It doesn’t matter if it’s National Guacamole Day or not, you can have it whenever and however you want at Borracha Mexican Cantina. 

Did You AvacaKNOW These Facts? 

  • The avocado is actually a fruit.
  • They are native to Mexico and Central America. 
  • Avocados grow on trees.
  • The Aztecs of Mexico are credited with “inventing” guacamole as they made a sauce-like green spread using similar ingredients; they called it ahuaca-mulli, which means “avocado mixture” or “avocado sauce.”
  • The original Aztec word for avocado was ahu catl which actually meant “testicle.” The Spanish morphed the word into aguacate, then avogato, until we got to “avocado.” 
  • It is thought that the Aztec word was because of how avocados look when growing on trees (but maybe they were just messing with the Spanish explorers)
  • One serving of guacamole can serve as a quarter of a person’s daily recommended fiber intake
  • Avocados have high vitamin content and lots of cholesterol-lowering healthy fats that are helpful in moderating blood sugar. 
  • Avocados were first introduced to the United States via Florida in 1833 before being grown in California a few years later
  • Avocados and Guacamole are why Millennials can’t afford to buy houses

Come to Borracha to celebrate National Guacamole Day, and they’ll Guac your socks off (hopefully you’re not wearing them with sandals)!