English citations of guac
Noun: "(informal) guacamole" [ edit ]
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2010, Gabriel Thompson, Working in the Shadows: A Year of Doing the Jobs (Most) Americans Won't Do, Nation Books (2010), →ISBN, page 179:
“I've got this order that's already late and it needs a double guac, but there's no avocados in the entire restaurant. [… ]
2011, Elise Allen, Populazzi, Harcourt (2011), →ISBN, page 347:
“Ooh, are you filling those?” Eddie nodded to the pretzel bowls in my hand. “'Cause we're almost out of chips and guac here, too.”
2011, Brooke Burke, The Naked Mom: A Modern Mom's Fearless Revelations, Savvy Advice, and Soulful Reflections, New American Library (2011), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
When I'm at a restaurant and can't resist the basket of chips and guac, I ask the waiter to bring them out closer to when our entrées are going to arrive—that way at least it's just one basket we're going through instead of two.)
2011, Julie Halpern, Don't Stop Now, Feiwel and Friends (2011), →ISBN, page 19:
She shrugged an answer that I thought meant no, until she reached a ghostly hand toward the chips, grabbed one, and dipped the tiniest corner into the guac.
2011, Sarah Mlynowski, Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn't Have), HarperTeen (2011), →ISBN, page 122:
“April, can you pass the
guac?” Hudson said. “This is good guac. And I know guac.” “Thank you,” I said. “I made it. Plucked the avocados and everything.”
2012, Jon Bonnell, Jon Bonnell's Texas Favorites, Gibbs Smith (2012), →ISBN, page 22:
The key to making good guac (as it's often called in Texas) is the proper balance of acidity, salt and spice.
2012, Dana Carpender, 500 Paleo Recipes: Hundreds of Delicious Recipes for Weight Loss and Super Health, Fair Winds Press (2012), →ISBN, page 58:
When your eggs are ready for the filling, put in the chicken first, then spoon/spread guac on top.
2012, Brian L. Patton, The Sexy Vegan Cookbook: Extraordinary Food from an Ordinary Dude, New World Library (2012), →ISBN, page 183:
You can extend the life of your guac by transferring leftovers to an airtight container.
2014, Tara Mataraza Desmond, Shirley Fan, Full Belly: Good Eats for a Healthy Pregnancy, page 12:
However you like it, enjoy this ramped up guac knowing it's boosted further by the filling fiber stores of chickpeas, which will help you feel fuller longer. 2015, Becky Rosenthal, Josh Rosenthal, Salt Lake City Chef's Table, page 174:
The menu also offers six varieties of guacamole, from traditional guac to spicy mango. The guac of the day helps keep things fresh.