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September 15, 2021

We challenged chefs of three different skill levels - amateur Jerry, home cook Daniel, and professional chef Saul Montiel from Cantina Rooftop - to whip up a fresh batch of tortilla chips and guacamole. Once each level of chef had presented their creation, we asked expert food scientist Rose to explain the choices they made along the way - both good and bad. Which guac are you putting on lock?

Chef Saul is on Instagram at @chefsaulmontiel
Keep up with Rose at @rosemarytrout_foodscience
Looking for Daniel? @iamdanielvictor
Find Jerry on Instagram at @jmburgos2

Level 1: Jerry Burgos
Level 2: Daniel Viktor
Level 3: Saul Montiel 
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Editor: Austin Bailey
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Associate Producer: Blake Jesse
Culinary Producer: Carrie Parente
Culinary Assistant: Leslie Raney
Culinary Assistant: Stevie Stewart
Audio: Michael Guggino
Post Production Supervisor: Stephanie Cardone
Associate Director, Post Production: Nicole Berg

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4 Levels of Chips & Guacamole: Amateur to Food Scientist

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