Tuesday, July 06, 2010

MacNosh

Nachos.


Crisps and mince.

However did the Scots not invent that first?

5 comments:

Madame DeFarge said...

Ahem, I'll think you'll find some of us were weened on the stuff. Washed down with some Irn Bru.

savannah said...

i thought they did, sugar! but, real nachos have cheese on them...and jalepenos...and sour cream if y'all are making them at home. xoxoxox

Pat said...

Mince with everything up there.

Kevin Musgrove said...

Madame deF: I *knew* I'd get a reaction out of you! I thought I'd practice the observation before trying it live at a lunch party this weekend.

savannah the cheese and cream count as vegetables.

Pat: ooh... you'll get into lumber with talk like that!

inkspot said...

Well, duh. Of course the Scots invented the nacho, it's a corruption of nha-chaugh, meaning, very roughly (an exact translation from the delicacy of Gaelic to the crudity of English is never possible) "greasy treat of the valley of the fairies". This simply confirms that they may not have colonized Mexico but they made it work. Like they did the US.