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Holy guacamole

Posted by Katie Johnston Chase April 30, 2007 01:06 PM


If you like avocados as much as we do, we urge you to point your tastebuds in the direction of these two green, creamy concoctions.

The first is the avocado shake, which we have recently become addicted to at the Sunrise Restaurant on Dorchester Avenue (one of the few places we Globies can reach on our short lunchtime leash). It sounds strange, but it's sinfully good, and goes down especially easy with a shrimp-cake noodle bowl.

The second is the spicy guacamole at Ole in Inman Square. It's made fresh upon request, allegedly at your table, although when we were there last week we didn't get to witness its creation. Regardless, it's quite possibly the best guac we've had this side of the Mississippi. Saturday is a good time to try it if you haven't yet: It's Cinco de Mayo, and the restaurant is hosting a mariachi band.

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