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Bonobo Bob’s Eatery and Shrub Research Center

Your go to point to taste shrubs, try them in food and drinks, and buy them for others and yourself.

Shrubs are clear, intense, and concentrated flavors that have been for centuries as a quick, easy, and healthier way to enhance food and drink.

Some examples:

For a vinaigrette try either Bonobo Bob’s Pineapple, Ginger, Basil Vinaigrette or our Mora, Garlic, Lime vinaigrette mixed 50/50 with olive oil.

Vinaigrettes also make flavorful marinades for meat, chicken, and seafood.

We use the Pineapple, Ginger, Basil for our chicken breast bocadillo (Spanish sandwich) and the Mora, Garlic, Lime for our pork tenderloin bocadillo.

For a healthier and more flavorful ginger ale, use ginger shrub with agua con gas – less sugar, brighter flavor, no artificial ingredients, and the benefits of vinegar.

For tea, try a teaspoon of oregano shrub in hot water to calm the stomach.

Sick and you can’t eat or drink anything for days? Try any flavor of shrub in a glass of water…people have told me it’s the only thing they can keep down in times like this.

For a classic mojito without the morning after headache use mint shrub with Rum and lime.

And the uses for shrubs go on and on…

Flavors: Mora, piña, mint, ginger, basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary, garlic, aji, and jalepéño

Vinaigrettes and Marinades: Mora Garlic Lime, and Pineapple Ginger Basil

Pickled garlic, pickled ají, and pickled jalépeños

Other products for sale:

Spicy refried beans with Hatch Chili Peppers
Seco de Carne
Spicy Ranchero Sauce
Tomato garlic marinera
Creamy and tangy Ginger Cream Cheese Dressing
Creamy and tangy Mora Cream Cheese Dressing
Spicy chicken sausage
Tomato Soup
Guacamole (made to order)

Bonobo Bob's Eatery and Shrub Research Center
Tues – Thurs, 11 – 4 PM
Parque San Sebastían
Coronel Talbot 8-34

Bonobo Bob’s Eatery and Shrub Research Center, Parque San Sebastían, Coronel Talbot 8-34.

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