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churro

slang A catchall term used to refer to any specific item or event. Though the thing referred to is not specified by the speaker, it is understood by the listener due to context. Yo, hand me that churro. I gotta go to that churro later.
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To turn a ball of churro dough (made of nothing more than hot water, flour, salt, and a drop of oil) into sticks ready for frying, use a cookie press or a churro press (1), also called a churrera (see recipe footnote on page 85 for shopping suggestions).
5 CHURROS FROM CHURROS BROS We couldn't bring you all this delicious food without some sweet treats to satisfy your sugar craving.
The van - named Coco - was at Regent Court on Friday to offer bars, fresh churros with sugar and lime zest, and a salted chocolate sauce fountain.
It should adhere to the dipped churro like a thick warm icing, so as not to risk any sogginess or disintegration.
Chocolateria San Churro uses authentic Spanish chocolate throughout the menu, from the gourmet ice-cream flavours and creamy hot chocolates to the indulgent dipping sauce.
The Churro Caramel Crave's day's worth of sodium (1,610 mg ), perhaps?
The Plated Desserts brings desserts that are rarely seen in the restaurant space, such as churros and funnel cakes, and brings elegance and a whimsical flair to these decadent treats," said Suzanne Schutz, vice president of marketing for Cold Stone Creamery.
Churros manifest themselves differently across Spain and Latin America, although at El EspaEol they are the type you might find in Madrid: long and thick, the better for scooping up chocolate.
And yet Costco's churro is much larger and tastier and retails for around the same price.
In such a situation, Churro semen would be used to inseminate a ewe from a different sheep breed.
Though driven to near extinction since the 19th century by government stock reductions that slaughtered hundreds of thousands, the Churro was always cherished and protected by the Dine who hid remnant herds in remote areas such as Black Mesa and Monument Valley.
After Corporacion Churromania opened 40 Venezuelan outlets in just three years, the churro maker became the country's first to go international with a $350,000 outlet in Miami's Dolphin Mall.
Filled churros offer an exciting way to enjoy the traditional churro cinnamon pastry with a new twist--fabulous fruit and creme fillings.
New Flavors Include Chocolate Churro, Spicy Watermelon and Single Barrel Reposado Tequila with Casa Noble
Nancy Grace is being accused of using racist language Tuesday in describing George Zimmerman's freedom, saying he's "driving through Taco Bell every night having a churro," after the neighborhood community watchman was acquitted of murder charges in the Trayvon Martin shooting.