Nachos Supreme: Food’s Fakie Manual
Eating nachos is a lot like doing a nice, long manual.
Stay with us here. See, the whole nacho experience is about staying consistent from the beginning to the end. If you’re a veteran nacho eater like us, you know that unfortunately not every chip is created equal. Even though the Nachos Supreme has a hearty portion of seasoned beef, nacho cheese sauce, refried beans, diced tomatoes, and reduced fat sour cream, most of that goodness sits on the top. The first layer of tortilla chips get a pretty serious dousing of supreme, but the chips on the bottom are a bit on the dry side. So, if you want to have a truly supreme nacho experience, you have to keep a perfect balance between the dry chips and their more endowed brethren, just like how skaters have to keep the balance between their back foot and their front foot to keep the perfect manual intact. And as any decent skater knows, if you don’t have a sense of balance when you’re cranking out manuals, you look like a dang fool. That, and you’re about to have a very sore tailbone.