- From Spanish nachos, from Nacho. Nacho is a Mexican diminutive form of Ignacio. The creator of the dish, Ignacio Anaya, named it after himself . (Wiktionary)
“In 1959, waitress Carmen Rocha, a Texas native, introduced one of her favorite dishes to El Cholo customers, a combination of cheese, jalapenos, and tortilla chips, which she called "nachos.”
“But if you try Mexican food on another time ... please ... nachos is not the right choice ...”
“It's easy to lose track when you're indulging in nachos!”
“And yes, eating nachos is always the best part of the day!”
“Maybe i'm just lucky i lived in houston all my life, but i've never received anything but proper nachos from a restaurant (unless it was a non texmex diner or a bar).”
“- eat my own weight in nachos (I presume I can do it, anyway) - touch-type”
“Anon -- I've been there twice, I believe, and it was a loooong time ago so I don't recall their nachos, but I know they'd make them the proper way.”
“Although we had to ask our server for the missing salsa and sour cream, the nachos were a treat.”
“As the story goes, sportscaster Howard Cosell tried some, loved it and extolled the virtues of these "nachos" on national TV.”
“And I have to admit that I've had Taco Bell "nachos" a few times (but shhhhh ... don't tell anyone!).”
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