So I was reminded that today was Father’s Day. Since, I forgot to send out a card, I would like to take some time to say thank you to my Father, Bert Anderson. Now, my Dad is pretty cool. The man built me an outdoor ice skating rink, let my brother and I ride on a sled tied to the tractor, and he also let us watch King Kong when we were grounded from television and our mother wasn’t home. To top it all off, my Father has sacrificed eating nachos to help others.
I bet a lot of you sometimes wonder what “American” food tastes like in foreign countries as dissimilar to our own as China. I have had the good fortune to be able to experience quite a lot of American food abroad, and one of the most shocking was the Chinese take on Nachos.
Nachos NY began as a thought. Or maybe even before that, when my ex-girlfriend made me a yellow tee that simply stated, “I <3 Nachos.” Back to near the present though, in the summer of 08, I started talking about how I wanted to start a new blog. After big time thinking, I came across the idea, that I could probably write a lot about nachos. And after much hyping to my friends, here we are. Also, I live in NY.