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.
The NFL season doesn’t start for another month, but the fake NFL season begins this Tuesday, when EA releases Madden NFL 11, the latest edition of their ridiculously popular football video game. To get folks in the mood, fresh off the creation of their Ballpark Nacho Fritos, the folks at Frito Lay have developed another sports-themed snack, Stadium Nacho Doritos, one of two new Doritos flavors (along with Tailgate BBQ) that are “inspired by Madden NFL 11.”
As you know, we launched a tumblr for Nachos. Instead of the long form reviews we put here, we want to scour the country for nachos in places high and low. As we’re just getting started up, we want to highlight the amazing things people are sending in.
When we’re not reviewing nachos all over the place or throwing events that garner URDB records, we like to talk to bands. We’ve been tweeting with Shark? for sometime and had questions to ask them.
Now a profile on a Guacatular contestant, a taco enthusiast, and a lover of Mexican cuisine: Forrest Cole. Forrest not only entered the Guactacular with his creation, he also served the masses as part of Choncho’s Tacos. Now his restaurant, The Loading Dock, will host Gypsies, Tramps, and Tacos this Saturday. This west coast transplanted has a few things to say about east coast Mexican, the Brooklyn Flea, and of course, guacamole.