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Join Me As I Co-Host the #Spookamole Twitter Party!!

Twitter Party - Mom CentralJoin me for a Ton of fun!

I’m helping to co-host a super fun Twitter Party tomorrow – You don’t want to be the only one missing out! This is my FIRST time co-hosting a party, so I’d love to see you guys there – a party ain’t a party without you guys!

Remember my Spiderweb “Spookamole” Nachos that I shared with you guys a couple of weeks ago? Well, my entry wasn’t chosen as a finalist – But some other AMAZING recipes are now on the site and ready for you to vote on! So we’re having a party to celebrate the finalists, give you some fun Halloween recipe ideas, and give away some sweet Avocados from Mexico prizes!!

Your Party Invite:

  • Date: Thursday, October 13, 2011
  • Time: 3 – 4pm EST
  • Moderator: @MomCentral
  • Client: @guacgrl
  • Assistant Moderators: @DadCentral@sunandsipcups@kellysluckyyou@fabfindfoodie
  • Topic/Focus: Talk about avocado-inspired Halloween party recipes, and the Avocados from Mexico Spookamole contest.
  • Hashtag: #Spookamole
  • Prizes: Six people will win $50 Amazon gift codes and an I Love Acodados reusable grocery bag, 2 pre-party winners will receive $50 gift codes and an I Love Acados reusable grocery bag.

Pre-tweet to Win!

Anyone who Tweets this from now until the Avocados from Mexico #Spookamole Twitter Party will be eligible to win one of two $50 Amazon gift codes!

About the party:

Halloween will be celebrated throughout October, with many chances for fun including pumpkin festivals, costume parades, parties, and of course trick-or-treating. Halloween itself is the third biggest party day in the country, behind New Year’s Eve and Super Bowl Sunday.

This fall, as we prepare to amuse little ghosts and goblins and entertain friends and family, festive Halloween snacks come to mind. Although candy may stand as the most popular option, there are lots of opportunities to get creative and offer treats that are wholesome, delicious and guaranteed to not provide an additional sugar rush! Everyone associates pumpkins with this time of year, but most people don’t know that avocados grow in their native land of Mexico all year long, and ripen in abundance during the fall and winter seasons.


To celebrate this, Avocados from Mexico created a fun recipe contest called “Spookamole”.  Orange and black are the official colors of the holiday, but this year think “ghoulish green!” Participants whipped up a Halloween-themed recipe featuring avocados from Mexico. Avocados from Mexico chose five finalists, and the public voting is now open!


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