Did you ever think you could get to a point where you could eat too many nachos? If so, boy howdy do I pity you, because I'm eating them for almost every meal getting this bad baby together! Let's take a peek at two of the meals I've been eating recently, and you will be able to eat soon:
GENTLEMAN FRANK'S TRADEMARK TEQUILA CHEESE NACHOS (TM)
Most nacho fans know that Gentleman Frank Liberto invented the ubiquitous Concession Nachos introducing America to nachos in the worst way possible: cheap chips, pasteurized process cheese product (aka nacho cheese), and maybe, if you're lucky, some crummy pickled jalapenos that are mostly stems. What you didn't know though is that he had a secret recipe which allowed him to blend via some unholy hybrid of nachomancy and alchemy both cheese and tequila into a classier version of his Concession variety which he served to royalty and other 1%'ers while leaving the proletariat with common swill. No longer. Many Bothans died to bring us this recipe from the mouldering and nitre crusted vaults beneath the catacombs and subbasements of Gentleman Nachos headquarters.
One of the newest forms of nachos to come onto the scene are Tater Tot Nachos, also known as Tater Totchos. Now, whether you think that Tater Totchos even count as nachos, or if they're just a derivation of the Irish Nachos with the subdebate of whether Irish Nachos are even nachos is not what we are here for. Thanks to Hipsters the world wide Tater Totchos are a thing, and the Tater Totcho-Tchos are a fusion of this dish with the southeast Asian flair of the traditional meals of the Tcho Tcho people. A bit of nachos, a hint of banh mi pickledness, a bit of childhood tater tot nostalgia. White Pork Sauce is optional!
80% of "Bienvenidos a Piedras Negras" Season 3 Postcards are in! But a single one remains to be revealed! Build up your expectations accordingly!
For those looking forward to a physical copy of a Nachonomicon, here's what the larval state of them look like. As a look behind the scenes, there's a lot of layers you need to build up to give it the lumpy, eldritch yet tortilla skin looking cover. I'll post some more in process ones so you can see how it works along the way. For all those who missed out on getting a Necronomicon, maybe one day you will get another chance... maybe...
That's the story for now, tune in next month for another tale!