Definition of guacamole
: pureed or mashed avocado seasoned with condiments
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Customers also can buy guacamole and chips, Mexican Squirt and Coke, and agua fresca.
Cilantro Pepper Jack Cheeseburgers Makes: 8 (mini burgers) / Preparation time: 30 minutes / Total time: 40 minutes Pepper Jack cheese gives these a kick, but they’re cooled with a dollop of guacamole.
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Fans of the restaurant's margaritas and guacamole rose up (and showed up for dinner), and Mizado was granted a reprieve.
One reason the green chilis wrapped in a wonton and served with a side of guacamole are so popular?
Since its adoption, Nafta has knit the three agricultural economies more tightly, with effects ranging from cattle being raised and processed across borders to U.S. dependence on Mexican avocados for guacamole at Super Bowl watch parties.
Though their menu is packed with classic favorites, customers continue to flock to JV’s for the Surf & Turf Burrito that is loaded with shrimp, carne asada, rice and guacamole that is wrapped in two flour tortillas.
That would be enough to sell us, but add a generous dollop of guacamole, and this plate takes a turn for the legendary.
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Origin and Etymology of guacamole
Mexican Spanish, from Nahuatl āhuacamōlli, from āhuacatl avocado + mōlli sauce
First Known Use: 1920See Words from the same year
GUACAMOLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guacamole for English Language Learners
: a Mexican food made of mashed avocado usually mixed with chopped tomatoes and onion
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