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Rockin' the West with Chef Larry Edwards: Spicy Smoked Bacon Nachos

Spicy Smoked Bacon Nachos
Spicy Smoked Bacon Nachos
Chef Larry Edwards

You drive up to the local Taco Bell den of death and you order nachos. The after a few seconds the employee hands you a plastic plate filled with month old tortilla chips and some orange gunk you wouldn't feed Charles Manson, yet you chomp it down. You, quite obviously, have a death wish.

You head to your local market and you buy a jar of something some company wants you to believe is nacho cheese whatever. You take it home, open the jar and spoon the sludge over some tortilla chips. There, dribbling over the chips is germ warfare happening right before your eyes. You lift the chemically laden chips to your mouth and chomp. Quite obviously, you hate yourself.

Quit being so damn lazy! You want nachos, then dammit make it yourself. Look, there is nothing wrong with eating some fresh nachos. Out here in the West we love this stuff but we don't commit slow suicide when we're eating it. Why? Because we make our own cheese sauce with, oh-my-God, real cheese! Real nachos cheese sauce is not a combination of chemicals, fake flavors and enough food coloring to give a small town cancer.

To make your own nachos cheese sauce only takes a single digit IQ. If you can grate some cheese, you can do it.

Unlike all the other cooking features and sites out there, you'll never find us opening cans or boxes. You'll never find us using processed crap. You'll never see us using fake pictures of the dishes off the Net. We'll give you step-by-step pictures because we actually cook this stuff. This is the way we do it in the West... REAL!

Ingredients needed to make Spicy Smoked Bacon Nachos:

  • 1 cup grated cheddar cheese
  • 1/2 cup chopped bacon
  • 2 Tbs. cream
  • 1 Tbs. hot sauce
  • tortilla chips


  1. In a medium pot over medium heat, add all the ingredients except the tortilla chips.
  2. Stir the mixture until it becomes creamy in texture.
  3. Spoon over the tortilla chips and pig-out!

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