GUAC OFF 2009 -- Winners

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The Food Network staff Guac Off '09 stretched across two states and in the end, two were left standing. Without further fanfare, we want to announce our two winners and share some photos.

Angela Moore (NYC) and Sneha Ghule (Knoxville) walked away with the green (and by that, we mean empty guacamole bowls to wash).

Check out the gallery below...

(Note: our ace photographer was out, so the pics don't do justice to these tasty entries).

( Yes. Those chips are in a giant, styrofoam avocado-half bowl. Thanks, Emeril!)

Craving guacamole? Get going on your own GUAC OFF here.

We've been DYING to try Nigella Lawson's -- Roquamole! ( guacamole with roquefort cheese -- yum)

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