Are you sad & depressed? Do you ALWAYS have a nagging case of the munchies? Have you been looking for a tasty nacho snack to give you purpose in life? If so, I’ve got your existence-defining treat right here, Maynard…Nacho Corn Nuts!
OMG! Is it really that magical time of year again? You’re darn tootin’ it is. It’s National Popcorn Day! That’s right, today is some day that some marketing exec at some snack manufacturer dreamt up to boost popcorn sales. Celebrate good times, come on!
I don’t know if you know this, but snacking technology has advanced so far that these days, you can make a chip out of pretty much anything. Other than the obvious potato chips, these days there are corn chips, wheat chips, pita chips, banana chips, bean chips, taro chips, rice chips, popcorn chips & kale chips. I have an uncle who makes chips out of buffalo. How about nut chips?
On our last episode of A Queso the Munchies, we looked at a tasty nacho cheese-flavored tortilla chip made from a mix of rice & corn. This week, we’ve got another of the same sort of chip with Lundberg Family Farms’ Nacho Cheese Rice Chips.
Hey you! How’d you like a swift kick to the nachos? No? How about a swift kick of NACHO FLAVOR? Yeah. I knew you would. That’s why I had to clue you in to the existence of Deep River Snacks’ Nacho Kick Tortilla Chips.
Man, quitting smoking SUCKS. For the most part, since age 18 I’ve been a smoker, meaning that I’ve been sucking down luscious tobacco & nicotine & tar tar tar for half of my life & all of my adult life. Yay adulthood! I don’t have to answer to anyone! As it turns out, that’s not entirely true.
As an official nacho snack correspondent, I’m constantly on the lookout for what treats are waiting for me on the shelves. Generally, when I visit bodegas, I do a quick scan for packaging with the word “NACHO” on the front, making sure to pay special attention to anything in orange packaging. A few weeks back, I was at my favorite Park Slope bodega looking in the freezer section for something all organic & whatnot, something I could heat up & call my dinner with the least amount of effort.