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Holy Moly! World Record-Breaking Guacamole Event this Sunday

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It's fall in South Florida, This mean your neighbors with hundreds of ripe avocados have you under siege.

"Take one."

"Take one"

"Take one."

Just shut the heck up!!!! We got a way to finally use all that fruit.

This Sunday, Schnebly Redland's Winery (30205 SW 217 Ave., Homestead) is inviting local celebrity chefs and high school students to beat the world record for largest guacamole serving.

How much guac, you ask? Well, the previous record was set in California, all 4011 pounds and 12 ounces of it -- that's enough to keep approximately 64,188 of the tacos, burritos, fajitas, and tortilla chips that you will eat in your lifetime all hopped up.

Celebrity chefs including Allen Susser, Michael Schwartz, Darren Lee, and Giancarla Bodoni will lead students from South Dade, John A. Ferguson, Robert Morgan, and Homestead Senior High.

To watch the avocado-induced madness, head over to Schnebly from 12 to 5 p.m. this Sunday, and make sure to donate to Miami Dade's Culinary and Agricultural High School Programs -- you really didn't think that they would keep all that guacamole to themselves, did you?

For more information, please call 305-242-1224 or visit the Schnebly site.

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