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This is the classic, basic nacho recipe, as anyone who’s ordered from a ballpark concession stand can attest.
Taco Bell will also sell a more traditional-style nacho chip, dubbed Classic.
Nacho changuito at Chango Rosa, Hartford — Tex-Mex and barbecue combine in the nacho changuito with chips, guacamole, jalapeños, Bear's bbq sauce, salsa verde, muchos quesos and optional choice of brisket, pulled chicken, pulled pork or burnt ends.
Yum China also is expanding Taco Bell in China, aiming to draw diners with cocktails and warm nacho-cheese sauce.
Only in a room dominated by the sounds of celebratory (or commiserative) beer clinking and leftover nacho scarfing can the nuances of Oren Uziel's script be properly appreciated.
Admission is free; drink specials and a nacho bar will be available.
Since then, nachos have gone from a Tex-Mex menu appetizer to a concession-stand staple.
Finding one of these is like discovering the few nachos in the tray that are completely blanketed in cheese.
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