The stadium nachos. A food that’s been written about in the Smithsonian (website), hass become a staple of the American ballpark. Nothing quite says baseball like missing an inning and a half waiting in line to drop $20 on a beer and a pile of kinda-stale-but-whatever tortilla chips doused in the finest liquid cheese that comes from a large plastic bag. The stadium nachos can take many forms; cheese and jalapenos in a paper boat, throws some meat and salsa on there and upgrade to a paper tray, or the rare souvenir helmet of nachos.
To really appreciate the ballpark nachos you first need to understand the history of the nachos. Continue reading “A Brief History Of Nachos”