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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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Jorge Martinez, the founder of California Churros, commented, "We are pleased to partner with J & J Snack Foods and look forward to continuing to grow the churro category.
Jack's new Mini Churros, which are based on the classic Latin-style treat, reflect a growing trend in the restaurant industry toward smaller desserts.
The Churros are available as a dessert option in their Business Lunch too.
Spanish churros are very simple-thin and not so sweet, not at all like the big puffy doughnut sticks you see at fairs," says Baez.
And it all went wrong with her dessert of pistachio-covered churros and spiced white chocolate sauce as she struggled to cook the doughnuts.
Lola Loops and other La Lola Churros varieties are available in branches at Power Plant Mall; SM Aura Premier;
Dusted with spiced sugar, dip your churros in the white chocolate ganache or drizzle the decadent sauce on top of them.
Tuck in to the sugary goodness of the traditional Spanish churros from Churro Bros.
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.
Snacks will include truffled popcorn, French fries, housemade churros, and champagne.
The four-count line includes: Cuatro Leches, fluffy tres leches cake pieces mixed with decadent swirls of dulce de leche and vanilla ice cream; Hot Chocolate Con Churros, cinnamon-spiked chocolate ice cream with chunks of cinnamon sugar churros; Flan, sweet flan-flavored ice cream topped with ribbons of caramelized sugar; and Coconut Mango Swirl, creamy coconut ice cream swirled with mango sorbet to provide a texture-difference delight for the taste buds.
For the uninitiated, churros are a traditional Spanish and South American street food, or cafe snack, comprising crunchy, deep-fried 'doughnuts' and a little cup of rich hot chocolate for dipping.
OFTEN referred to as Spanish doughnuts, churros are a tasty treat for the sweet of tooth and can be found on the menu at Aktar Islam's Argentinean restaurant Fiesta del Asado.
San Churros, the Chocolate Cafe Chain has announced a Festive Dhamaka offer of 25% off on bills of any amount starting Nov 5 - 20, 2012 as Diwali Celebrations.