It’s summertime again in America. Today, more men and women will go to the fair than ever before in our country’s history. With hundreds of new fair foods more than the record highs of 2013, near 2,000 families today will buy something deep-fried and sugary, more than at any time in the past four years. This afternoon 6,500 young men and women will try a new kind of never before tasted order of nachos there, and with interest in nachos more than double what it was just four years ago, they can look forward with confidence to a nacho filled future. It’s summertime in America, and with the crazy new nacho offerings from the Wisconsin State Fair, our country is prouder and stronger and better. After checking out this year's sampling of nachos, why would we ever want to return to the nacho free past we were less than four short years ago? Let’s examine this year’s offerings.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.
Three hints exist in this picture as to what our new nacho project is. Here's a few more:
- It'll probably be out Late 2018, early 2019.
- You'll be able to buy it on Amazon like a regular book.
- It'll be a regular book, or should I say "Regular" book.
- All new content from the Nachoverse.
Still mysterious? You know it. Keep it here for random trickles of information over the next years, and next month for a very mostly-Portland-but-overall-Oregon-specific series of nachos!
When you go to the spookiest town in the United States (Salem, Massachusetts, with Spooky Town being a close second with its Creepy Crawlies Pet Sitting and New Skeleton Gazebo) to attend a live reading of horror stories you don’t expect nachos to just fall into your lap. Especially when the reading is at a sushi restaurant, historically a type of restaurant not well known for nachos. Sometimes though there might just be a little bit of witchcraft in the air and fate will smile upon you, as happened with Koto Grill and Sushi.Read More
The secret is out folks, I've got a little piece on nachos in the upcoming Fall issue of Culture magazine. Culture magazine is of course "The Word on Cheese", and a clever cheese pun, and you know how much we here at Nachonomics like puns! For all you real curd nerds out there, if you aren't subscribing already you should get on it!
Nachonomics will also be back at Worcester's StART on the Street art festival this September 17th (Rain Date September 24th), so feel free to come press the flesh and chips and cheese and whatever else you would like. Come get some books/stickers/shirts/postcards! Come meet the John Hodgman of nachos! Come get your picture taken with Nachie the Nacho! We're gaurenteed to be the only nacho booth not serving actual nachos you will encounter this year!