New York City. The Big Apple. The City of Dreams. The Capital of the World. The City So Nice, They Named it Twice. The Center of The Universe. The City That Never Sleeps. The Empire City. The Five Boroughs. Fun City. Gotham. The Melting Pot. Metropolis. New Amsterdam. The Modern Gomorrah. Those are all the names Wikipedia informed me that New York City is known by, but what Wikipedia doesn’t tell you is that there are also restaurants that sell nachos there. I wouldn’t know though, because when I visited I didn’t get any.Read More
4th of Juleezy, 4th of Juleezy, how oh how can I make you more cheesy? Why, by making up the word "Juleezy" in order to rhyme with "Cheesy" for one. Another way would be to make up some PATRIOTIC NACHOS: A.K.A. PATRIOTIC BBQ GRILLING NACHOS USA USA, the recipe for which is available at the link previous, or featured along with 13 other delicious recipes in Recipes from the Nachonomicon. At this point if you're reading this and in desperate need for nacho goodness for your BBQ this afternoon you're going to have to go with the linked version because there's no way you can order the book and have it arrive to you on time, but if you found it so delicious in retrospect you felt like buying the book, you'd get no complaints from me! And remember, don't go blowing your hand off with some fireworks, because it's a lot harder to eat nachos with a hook.
I don't know if you were aware of it or not, but Jesus Loves Nachos. Someone spray-painted that on to a bridge in Katherine, Northern Territories, Australia, so now it must be true. Such a true thing in fact that it has even been trade marked!
Appearing sometime in the 1980's, the artist behind it is unknown, but believed to be a member of the local Tapp family. A belief I might add that becomes more sketchy and likely as the woman who trade marked it happens to be local author and town councilor Toni TAPP Coutts. Coincidence? Ask the woman who now plans on making some fat cash on shirts and tea towels bearing the slogan.
WWJD? Love nachos at a minimum. Trade Mark his love for them, even under the guise of promoting tourism in the area? I think not. Jesus certainly wouldn't have allegedly had a member of their family jack up an area with grafitti, and then spend years and untold Australian dollars getting the rights to it, as is written in Colossians 3:14. Read it, it's there.
So far as slogans for Northern Territories go, it's better than "Most likely place to be eaten by a Saltwater Crocodile" or the, and I kid you not here, "C U in the NT", but not great. Now if there was a nacho restaurant there, then that would be a slam dunk, but trying to sell a region on that? Not so much. Of course I say all this and joke, but if I ever take a 54 hour ride on The Ghan from Adilade to Darwin, there will be one little town in Norther Territories I'll definitely be stopping at. I may even pick up a tea towel while I'm there.
Recently we here at Nachonomics learned the existence of the $2 7-Eleven tater totcho bar, which lead to a going on month and a half search for a store location carrying them. We searched high and searched low, but to no avail, our hunger for SOMETHING nachoey growing with every passing day. No one can hold out against a nacho shortage as this for long, and soon the time came when we had to say enough is enough. We were only human, and 7-Eleven’s regular nachos were close enough right? Right?Read More
Podcasting is a medium where any yahoo with a microphone and an opinion can make their thoughts known on a regular and easily downloadable basis. Want to make a podcast about the beef and dairy industry of Great Britain? You can do it. Want to cover every book of the Berenstain Bears series? Well that already exists. Want to watch Grown Ups 2 every week for a year? Of course one exists that covers that. Did you also know there exist podcasts that cover nachos? It’s true! Kind of.Read More