Thank you, Barrio Cafe, for the best guacamole I’ve ever had. Beautiful and delicious.

I always associate making guacamole with my high school AP Spanish class, where we had to make it as part of an in-class exercise. It didn’t go so well. Something about the combination of avocados, food processors and 17-year-old boys threw off the dynamic.

And here’s a fun fact: guacamole, while pronounced in Spanish with more of a ‘w’ sound than a ‘g’ sound, is in no way related to Whack-a-Mole. In case you were wondering. No judging my late night googling.

Moral of the story: if you’ve never been to Barrio Cafe, go, at once! Order this goodness and a lobster quesadilla. And please finish chewing before you call to thank me.

One thought on “holy.guaca.mole

  1. Barrio and Silvana – Wahoo – best Sonoran food! You nailed it: lobster quesadilla is
    prima and the quac also. My grade school buddies (Tucson) and I are meeting there for lunch Thurs. can’t wait drool-drool 🙂

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