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The designated kid-friendly offerings include chicken pot stickers, Indian bread with dipping sauces, and a Caribbean puff pastry with guava sauce.
In the meantime, Cubanitas in Oak Creek on the weekend serves an egg sandwich with Spanish chorizo on Cuban bread ($6.95) and a two-egg platter ($7.25), and pours a mimosa made with guava ($7) instead of orange juice.
Batlle sources all that goes into her 70-plus flavors from farmers—even the guava that stars in Azucar’s Abuela Maria, a blend of vanilla and cream cheese with pieces of cookie and tangy bits of fruit.
Their dollar stores are often stocked with reminders of their own homelands as well as of their friends and neighbors, from guava juice and curry pastes to hot peppers and Goya canned beans.
Yield: 5 servings, or 80 to 90 small crackers Homemade Gummies Pineapple, mango, papaya, guava, ginger and figs all contain an enzyme that can prevent the gelatin from setting.
Libations include the Mimosa Flight, a mix of guava, pear, apple and cherry mimosas and the Dulce De Leche Latte, a melding of caramel notes and sweet, creamy milk.
And when the visitors stayed awhile, De Jesús unexpectedly brought out a plate of munchies: cubed cheese and guava paste, ringed with Saltine crackers.
The palate is brighter—think raspberry, pomegranate, and cranberry—followed by a touch of mint and guava.
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This is any of many trees and shrubs of a genus that is native to the New World tropics. The two important species are common guava and cattley, or strawberry, guava. The sweet pulp of the common guava fruit has a musky, sometimes pungent odor. The pulp of the strawberry guava fruit has a strawberry-like flavor. Guavas are processed into jams, jellies, and preserves. Fresh guavas are rich in vitamins A, B, and C. They are eaten raw, sliced, and are often served in desserts.
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