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Little surprises pop up everywhere, from smoky urfa biber pepper (on yogurt) to oozy guava jam (alongside a cheese biscuit).
According to Lee, people have donated everything from persimmons to a bag of guava, a batch of Hello Kitty cookies, and even an unused backpack.
One example McMahon gave is Florida Guava, a New England style IPA with guava.
The final course was a deconstructed ginger tart with coconut custard, macadamia nuts, pineapple, guava jam and black sesame ice cream.
The daily selection of desserts might include Nutella flan, chocolate and coconut flan-cake or guava cheesecake.
Bake it for about 5 minutes before topping it with chunks of cream cheese and guava paste.
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.
The designated kid-friendly offerings include chicken pot stickers, Indian bread with dipping sauces, and a Caribbean puff pastry with guava sauce.
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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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