I could say that this post is an analogy for how it takes all kinds of people to make the world work, but it's not. I just like nachos. And I made some recently. So there will be pictures. Nachos are a great food for when you aren't starving to death. If you think you'll be really hungry in about 20 minutes, then nachos are a perfect food to make. The great thing is that you can put as many or as few toppings on as you would like and they still taste amazing either way. They obviously taste amazinger with more toppings (Yeah, I know that's not a word.) And you can put anything on them that you want, which is pretty much true of literally any food, but whatever. Nachos are just melted cheese on chips. That's all. Which makes them really affordable if you don't add other toppings. But G and I like to add other toppings. For one thing, we are meatatarians (also not a real word, so sue me, but don't really sue me please), so I browned a bunch of hamburger to sprinkle liberally on top of our nachos. We also added some diced onions, as well as jalapenos to only G's half, because spicy food and I do not mix. Then we stuck them in the oven at an arbitrary temperature (it may or may not have been 350, I don't remember) until both layers of cheese were nice and melty. Then we pulled them out and piled on diced tomatoes, more onions, guacamole, and sour cream. I couldn't even finish my whole plate before getting full. But they were delicious indeed, so delicious that G ate all the leftovers by dinnertime the next day. Here are some pictures, of G's plate, because I just fail at my sour cream dolloping skills.
Om nom nom
Now quit drooling all over your keyboard and go make your own.