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by Josh Kaplan
After years of refusing, it looks like Chipotle is finally bringing us the molten joy we never thought we’d get.
They’re debuting their new queso dip at a public test kitchen in New York, according to Business Insider.
Even though customers have been begging for years, Chipotle has historically refused to add the cheesy goo to their menu, even going so far as to say: “Queso has to be made with artificial stabilizers to keep its shiny liquid form. Ever heard of all-natural goopy cheese? Do you think there’s a magical cow that squirts queso out of its udders?”
Apart from serving the golden elixir of molten cheese, their Manhattan test kitchen also serves new salads and margaritas not available anywhere else.
It’s not know yet whether Chipotle has any plans to roll this out nationwide, but we can only hope.
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