One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘my queso was not as hot as I would have hoped’short for chile con quesoas modifier ‘queso dip and chips’
- ‘By the time the "queso" is mucho melted, you may get bewildered and think you're in a Tijuana bar, eating local fare.’
- ‘Grilled chicken seems a safe bet, although several of its menu incarnations involve smothering blankets of cheese, barbecue sauce, ham, queso, mushrooms, onions and the like.’
- ‘Getting into the spirit of SXSW is as easy as dipping a chip into a bowl of queso, of which there will be plenty.’
- ‘The $1.99 price tag for smaller portions of guac and queso is unusually user-friendly.’
- ‘With nothing to learn, they scarfed down their queso and headed to the polling place across the street.’
- ‘I cleaned my plate, to the point of taking a corn tortilla and mopping up the last cheesy queso smear.’
- ‘The green chile was delicious, yet didn't commit the ultimate faux pas of overpowering the smooth queso in the enchilada.’
- ‘Regardless of the location of its genesis, this queso puts all other psuedo-Mexican, microwaveable cheese dips to shame.’
- ‘When the tortilla chips and other dip-worthy edibles have been eaten, that doesn't mean you have to cease ingesting queso.’
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