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Of course, nachos are good – even the most basic assemblage of corn-flavoured cardboard and bright orange oozy cheese is tasty – but nachos, in fact, can be great. The greatest snackfood ever known, in fact. Author Jack Campbell makes the case that nachos can – and should – be enjoyed every week of the year. Throw out all notions of ‘junk food’ and embrace the oozy, crunchy deliciousness of nachos.
 
Here you’ll find 52 of the best nacho recipes using a variety of bases including corn chips, sweet potatoes, chunky fries and tater tots (aka ‘Totchos’) and diverse and delicious toppings including pulled pork, beer braised beef, cola chicken and smoky black beans. And – for good measure – you’ll find a bunch of breakfast and dessert nachos too! S’mores Nachos anyone?
 
Get on board The Nacho Manifesto and you’ll be swearing by it in no time at all!
 

Complete baconophile Jack Campbell is an adventurous cook and food writer based in Melbourne, Australia. The Little Bacon Cookbook represents many years in his home kitchen trying to work out how, exactly, he could add bacon to every dish. He succeeded.

  • Publisher: Smith Street Books (July 1, 2018)
  • Length: 192 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781925418743

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