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guac

 (gwäk)
n. Informal
Guacamole.
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Guests can take a spin on a Taco Round-a-bout, dance in the Party Like a Guac Star disco or swing on a lime wedge in the Senorita Needs a Margarita Lime room before jumping on the Taco Teeter Totter.
A game of beach rounders with my close friends and family as the sun sets in Santa Barbara, then a dinner of delicious Mexican food, with extra guac, and cocktails.
But that was just gnarly because of the guacamole because I do not eat guac.
4 The Mexican cuisine NOTHING quite hits the spot like authentic creamy guac, tortillas and tacos.
It's a must to begin with a dish of 'wakamole', Waka's take on guac, in which they smoke the avocado and serve with crispy nachos.
My go-to order is beef bacon cheese guac, a thick, juicy patty (called smash here) topped with smoky, crispy beef bacon, molten aged cheddar, tomato, and a couple of red onion rings, with chilli mayonnaise and a spread of fresh in-house guacamole.
MegaMex Foods, manufacturer of the Wholly Guacamole brand, launches the first-ever touring guacamole-themed lounge, called The Guac Stop.
"I'm sure you'll like the Guac Pani Poori for starters and Roti Roll Prawns," he said.
There was a homemade salsa and a generous helping of crisps at a much more reasonable price than most nacho dishes elsewhere, but the crisps, guac and cheese were also bland to the extreme.
For dinner you may want to prepare Cute-Cumber Sushi Bowl, No-Beef Stroganoff, The Burning Bibimbap Bowl, Better than the "Bell" Burrito, Guac Wraps, All-Nighter Nachos, or Vegan Mac 'n' Cheez.