In the end, there was no contest. Guacamole took an early 60-ish to 30-ish percent lead over Salsa and held onto it throughout the polling, with a final vote of 62 percent to 38 percent. THE MIGHTY AVOCADO REIGNS SUPREME! GUAC IS GOING TO DISNEY WORLD!
Holy chip-'n'-dip, Batman! What a contest this has been! Guacamole toppled the noble Queso! Classic Salsa slayed the mighty Buffalo Chicken Dip! (We blame the person who posted a recipe for it that called for canned chicken. Canned chicken, you guys.)
We are shocked–SHOCKED!—that #1 seeded Onion Dip went down with the barest of fights, having been roundly trounced by Queso, which took a whopping 65 percent of votes. We also bid a wistful adieu to Spinach & Artichoke Dip and Pico de Gallo.
Onion Dip versus Queso! Guacamole versus Spinach & Artichoke! Classic Salsa versus Pico de Gallo! Buffalo Chicken Dip versus the goddamn 7-Layer Taco Dip you jerks voted in over Crab Dip, despite that being a dumb thing to do! The quarterfinals are here, and you must vote in them.
I joined the guys over on Orlando's 740 The Game yesterday morning to talk about our little dip bracket because my job is ridiculous and so is Florida. You can check out the audio here if you're interested in hearing how I cooked this thing up [GROAN], or what my predictions are for the finals, or how my name is…
We knew a debate on the subject of dip would prove to be a contentious one. And boy howdy, was it ever! Within an hour of posting, a vicious Guac v. Baba battle had broken out, virtual friendships were torn asunder, and colleagues were accusing one another of Un-American Activities. (Maybe it's a good thing Pete…
The Super Bowl is about three things, in no particular order because that's not the riot we're here to start today: 1. The Football 2. The Commercials 3. The Food. Maybe The Halftime Show too, but that mostly depends on whether or not we get to see some nipple action.