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Guacamole girl




At Ogden's Sonora Grill, one of the featured attractions is the guacamole girl (no she's not bikini-clad). When we ordered guacamole it was prepared tableside (a la Caesar salad in certain restaurants). Along with the guacamole-making demonstration, we were also given a quiz about our guacamole knowledge: How many types of avocado are there? How many grams of fat in an avocado? Is the avocado a fruit or vegetable? and so on. The guacamole was great; the pop quiz and guacamole lesson could get tedious if you ate at Sonora Grill very often.