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Peter Borenstein of the brilliant Tu Guac Shakur was invited to bring his guacamole brilliance to Guac Rock. And boy did he represent. He made a classic guac, using picked jalapenos as his secret weapon. To prepare for a small party, try this one on for size.
Stranded in and LA airport, our Guactcular runner-up Chris was stuck could not bring his guacamole to the masses aboard the Jewel for Guac Rock. Instead, he emailed one of his recipes to help get our creative juices going. His secret ingredient: ginger, really got the night kicked off right.
Marcia Bunda, our People’s Champion at Guactacular brought the fire at Guac Rock. She recreated her Cumin At Ya Guacamole and introduced us to a new classic. She cut it down to a party size, not boat size.
Ever since the Latkcho, we’ve been thinking about other meme-making Nacho designs we can come up with. We’ve been talking about our Passover power play for a long time and we were thinking that we can’t just put out a piece of Matzah, with Cheese and Salsa. That would be lame and you expect better from us.
Happy Hanukkah Internet! Unaware? Hanukkah is the Festival of Lights. Time to make latkes, those delights mistakenly called potato pancakes. Lee had an idea: combine the delectability of the Latke with the appeal of Nachos. THE LATKCHOS.
In the days to come we will bring you video, pictures, and excellent commentary on the “Shows” part of our ‘Chos and Shows evening that began at Union Pool. And the Moneynoteswere kind enough to chat with us prior to their show. Lee had an intense one-on-one with their nacho connoisseur, Brian. While you wait for that ‘Chos and Shows coverage, let’s recap the post show party which you guessed it, included ‘chos, ‘chos, ‘chos.
This past Friday we had an exclusive nacho cooking adventure with Cathy of Not Eating out in New York. At her friend’s ridiculously awesome rooftop, we slammed together nachos for a crowd of picky hipsters.
I’ve wondered for a long time what a Parisian or a Kentucky Nacho would be like. So I’ve decided to reach out to my friends around the US and world abroad to tell me how their city’s Nacho would be. Our first, as the title points out is the ‘Nati Nachos from Cincinnati, OH. Our first author, Erin Lindsey, describes them beautifully.
Cincinnati, Ohio is famous for it’s eclectic food (and we are likely to be in the top 10 fattest cities in USA). We have Northern Indian cuisine on campus, …
Deliciousness comes at great costs, sometimes you need a lot of meat or a lot of cheese. This time, we did it without either. Dynah, came to visit me in NY, which came to be known as my Great Vegan period where I ate fake everything as she is vegan. She was excited about my quest for nachos and consequently on the search for a dope recipe for a queso to top the chips with. She came with this Vegan Explosion Queso.