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This recipe from Melt: 100 Amazing Adventures in Grilled Cheese (page 98) is the perfect recipe for college kids. This particular recipe would be perfect for parties or large gatherings and pairs nicely with the college beverage of choice: beer.


  • 1 ⁄4 pound sharp Cheddar cheese
  • 1 ⁄8 pound Dubliner cheese
  • 1 1⁄2 jalapeño peppers, to taste, small diced
  • 1 uncooked pizza shell
  • 7 –9 whole yellow corn round tortilla chips


Calories Per Serving1413

Folate equivalent (total)747µg100%

Super Melty Cheese Nachos | Guy Fieri

Guy Fieri shares the recipe for his Super Melty Cheese sauce, plus his best nacho-making tips:

&bull "Find a nice big crunchy tortilla chip that can survive the Super Melty Cheese," Guy says&mdashhe's a big believer in frying up flour tortillas for homemade chips!

&bull Shred the cheese yourself: "They coat pre-shredded cheese so fresh grating is key so the cheese doesn't coagulate," Guy says.

&bull Use achiote paste in your meat topping: "It puts that great beautiful red hue in the meat that we love so much," Guy says. "Chop it nice and fine so it evenly disperses."

&bull Puree half the beans, and leave the rest whole: "That way you get the nice silky texture for some creaminess and some chunky. And season the beans! Use chorizo, soy chorizo, onions, garlic, all that good stuff."

&bull Don't rush the cheese sauce, or else it will ball up on you. "Cook it nice and slow, and stir it a lot."

&bull If you use jalapeños, soak them in water to remove some of the heat.

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Nacho average Sunday: 15 easy, cheesy recipes for the big game

Nachos are to the Super Bowl as turkey is to Thanksgiving. Like candy to Halloween. Champagne to New Year's Eve. So, yeah, there's a lot of pressure on those triangular chips. Your nacho recipe could make or break your Super Bowl party. The good news is nachos are super easy to get right.

Here are the keys to a successful nacho situation:

A sharp cheese that melts well, like cheddar or Monterey Jack

Shredded or pulled meat (unless vegetarian, of course) combined with beans

Fresh, acidic and spicy components: cilantro, jalapeños, salsa, guacamole and sour cream

An even structure: Layer all your components, starting with a layer of chips, on a baking sheet, then meat and beans, then lots (LOTS!) of cheese, then repeat until it's a few layers high. After baking, top with your "fresh" components.

But if you want to go beyond basic, really deck 'em out, we've rounded up a bunch of our favorite nacho recipes that your Super Bowl party guests will likely devour in minutes — possibly seconds. So make sure you enforce proper nacho etiquette!

With bacon, potato skins and two types of cheese, could you really ask for anything more?

This recipe proves you can have a great version of pulled pork without a smoker. The juicy, shredded pork makes the perfect topping for cheesy nachos.

These nacho packets cook directly on a grill for melty, cheesy, crispy goodness on the go — topped with all the fixings you crave.

Vegan Loaded Potato Nachos by Henry Firth & Ian Theasby

This vegan version of nachos is just as satisfying, with crispy potato slices (which can be subbed with butternut squash, parsnip or sweet potato), loaded with fresh-tasting toppings like salsa, cashew sour cream and, of course, guacamole.

"In the summer and fall, Carson seems to make a beer can chicken once every few weeks," says Siri Daly. "They are juicy, smoky and beyond flavorful. We use the tender meat in just about everything (salads, quesadillas, pastas, etc.). While the chicken is delicious on its own, our favorite way to enjoy it is as a topper on a plate of loaded nachos during football season. As we like to say, even if our team loses, we always win the tailgate."

This one-pot meal of tortillas simmered in salsa makes everyone happy — especially since you can use whatever your favorite salsa happens to be to make this meal your own. It's the ultimate Mexican comfort food.

Chili is the ultimate topping when it comes to game-day food you can put it on everything from hot dogs to burgers to nachos. Take your nachos to the next level by using Tater Tots instead of tortilla chips — it makes this delicious dish even more comforting, perfect for the cold weather and watching the game.

With lobster, caramelized onions, tomatoes and avocado, it won't just be a party in your mouth — it'll be a really fancy party.

Using a sheet pan is the key to making sure that every chip is properly loaded with all of the delicious toppings. Made with gluten-free chips, these tasty nachos can also be made vegan by swapping out the bacon, cheese and crème fraiche with plant-based alternatives.

Nachos are always amazing but swapping tortilla chips with crunchy pork skins takes them to another level! Bonus: These are a dream for those following the keto diet.

You won't believe how decadent tasting — yet wholesome — the cheese sauce is, and how satisfying the smoky lentil and kidney bean chili is.

Warm chicken chili verde is delicious on its own, but load it on top of nachos with gooey, warm queso fundido and you've got an irresistible Super Bowl dish.

Ina Garten's crab nachos are seriously good — layers of chips, fresh crab, chiles, cheddar, pickled jalapeños, avocados and tomatoes. They're crunchy, spicy and cheesy and perfect for sharing.

In Joy's lightened-up version of nachos, she subs in thin and crispy sweet potato slices for your typical tortilla chips. Add your favorite toppers for one fantastic fiesta — no utensils required.

This recipe calls for slow-roasting a pork butt on the grill to make up a batch of ultimate nachos — but truth be told, you can still use this skillet-on-the-grill technique to whip up any type of nachos.

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A Wave of Afghan Surrenders to the Taliban Picks Up Speed

MEHTAR LAM, Afghanistan — Ammunition was depleted inside the bedraggled outposts in Laghman province. Food was scarce. Some police officers hadn’t been paid in five months. Then, just as U.S. troops began leaving the country in early May, Taliban fighters besieged seven rural Afghan military outposts across the wheat fields and onion patches of the province, in eastern Afghanistan. The insurgents enlisted village elders to visit the outposts bearing a message: Surrender or die. Sign up for The Morning newsletter from the New York Times By mid-month, security forces had surrendered all seven outposts after extended negotiations, according to village elders. At least 120 soldiers and police were given safe passage to the government-held provincial center in return for handing over weapons and equipment. “We told them, ‘Look, your situation is bad — reinforcements aren’t coming,’ ” said Nabi Sarwar Khadim, 53, one of several elders who negotiated the surrenders. Since May 1, at least 26 outposts and bases in just four provinces — Laghman, Baghlan, Wardak and Ghazni — have surrendered after such negotiations, according to village elders and government officials. With morale diving as U.S. troops leave, and the Taliban seizing on each surrender as a propaganda victory, each collapse feeds the next in the Afghan countryside. Among the negotiated surrenders were four district centers, which house local governors, police and intelligence chiefs — effectively handing the government facilities to Taliban control and scattering the officials there, at least temporarily. The Taliban have negotiated Afghan troop surrenders in the past, but never at the scale and pace of the base collapses this month in the four provinces extending east, north and west of Kabul. The tactic has removed hundreds of government forces from the battlefield, secured strategic territory and reaped weapons, ammunition and vehicles for the Taliban — often without firing a shot. The base collapses are one measure of the rapidly deteriorating government war effort as one outpost after another falls, sometimes after battles, but often after wholesale surrenders. The surrenders are part of a broader Taliban playbook of seizing and holding territory as security force morale plummets with the exit of international troops. Buyoffs of local police and militia. Local cease-fires that allow the Taliban to consolidate gains. A sustained military offensive despite pleas for peace talks and a nationwide cease-fire. “The government is not able to save the security forces,” said Mohammed Jalal, a village elder in Baghlan province. “If they fight, they will be killed, so they have to surrender.” The surrenders are the work of Taliban Invitation and Guidance Committees, which intervene after insurgents cut off roads and supplies to surrounded outposts. Committee leaders or Taliban military leaders phone base commanders — and sometimes their families — and offer to spare troops’ lives if they surrender their outposts, weapons and ammunition. In several cases, the committees have given surrendering troops money — typically around $130 — and civilian clothes and sent them home unharmed. But first they videotape the men as they promise not to rejoin the security forces. They log their phone numbers and the names of family members — and vow to kill the men if they rejoin the military. “The Taliban commander and the Invitation and Guidance Committee called me more than 10 times and asked me to surrender,” said Maj. Imam Shah Zafari, 34, a district police chief in Wardak province who surrendered his command center and weapons on May 11 after negotiations mediated by local elders. After the Taliban provided a car ride home to Kabul, he said, a committee member phoned to assure him that the government would not imprison him for surrendering. “He said, ‘We have so much power in the government and we can release you,’ ” Zafari said. The Taliban committees take advantage of a defining characteristic of Afghan wars: Fighters and commanders regularly switch sides, cut deals, negotiate surrenders and cultivate village elders for influence with local residents. The current conflict is really dozens of local wars. These are intimate struggles, where brothers and cousins battle one another and commanders on each side cajole, threaten and negotiate by cellphone. “A Taliban commander calls me all the time, trying to destroy my morale, so that I’ll surrender,” said Wahidullah Zindani, 36, a bearded, sunburned police commander who has rejected Taliban demands to surrender his nine-man, bullet-pocked outpost in Laghman province. The negotiated surrenders are part of a broader offensive in which the Taliban have surrounded at least five provincial capitals this spring, according to a Pentagon inspector general report released May 18. The offensive has intensified since the U.S. withdrawal began May 1. The Taliban have used their control of several major highways to cut off bases and garrisons, leaving them vulnerable. The surrenders have a profound psychological effect. “They call and say the Taliban are powerful enough to defeat the U.S. and they can easily take Laghman province, so you should remember this before we kill you,” Rahmatullah Yarmal, Laghman’s 29-year-old governor, said of the Taliban committees during an interview inside his barricaded compound in Mehtar Lam, the provincial capital. It’s an effective propaganda tactic, the governor conceded — so effective that some outpost commanders now refuse to speak to elders or Taliban negotiators. He said many elders were not neutral peacemakers, but hand-picked Taliban supporters. Yarmal said 60 police officers who surrendered and took refuge in his government center are now primed to fight to retake the seven lost outposts. “I think we’ll have them back in a month,” he said. But just hours after the governor spoke on May 19, a nearby district center, Dawlat Shah, surrendered without any resistance after negotiations. By the next morning, five more outposts had surrendered the same way in the district of Alishing, also in Laghman, district officials said. Those Taliban victories were facilitated, in part, by a 30-day cease-fire negotiated by elders on May 17 in the heavily contested district of Alingar, allowing the Taliban to shift resources to the Alishing, where they forced the negotiated surrender of the five outposts just two days later. (On May 21, the Taliban violated the cease-fire with renewed attacks in Alingar, Khadim said.) The series of base collapses represented the second wholesale surrender in a Laghman district in two weeks. On May 7, three outposts and a military base collapsed the same way without a fight, said Nasir Ahmad Himat, the Alingar district governor. “The soldiers simply dropped their weapons, got in their vehicles and went to the district center or provincial capital,” said Faqirullah, a village elder who goes by one name. As Taliban fighters advanced on the provincial capital Sunday, Yarmal announced that 110 security force members who had surrendered, and several commanders who were supposed to supervise them, had been detained for negligence. Also Sunday, the Afghan military announced that troop reinforcements and the military chief of staff had rushed to Laghman to try to repel the Taliban assault. In Ghazni province, Hasan Reza Yousofi, a provincial councilman, said he begged officials to send reinforcements to an outpost and a military base that ultimately fell to the Taliban this month. He played a recorded phone call from a police officer, Abdul Ahmad, who said his ammunition was gone and his men were drinking rainwater because the base water tower had been destroyed by a rocket. “We have been sold out — we make calls for reinforcements, but officials don’t help,” the recorded voice said. “The Taliban sent us tribal elders who said, ‘Surrender, you are sold out, no one will help you.’ ” Yousofi said he did not know whether Ahmad survived after his outpost fell. Negotiations have proved remarkably fruitful for the Taliban in Baghlan province, where at least 100 soldiers surrendered, and in Wardak province, where about 130 security force members surrendered following negotiations, officials said. In Laghman province, negotiations leading to the surrender of the seven outposts stretched over 10 days. Khadim, the village elder, said different elders negotiated with commanders of each outpost. “We guaranteed they would not be killed,” he said. “There was nothing written, just our word.” A few miles away, Zindani refused to surrender his forlorn outpost near the front line. He said officers who had negotiated surrenders at three nearby outposts had betrayed their country. One of his men, Muhammad Agha Bambard, said he would fight to avenge the deaths of two brothers he said were killed by the Taliban. He would never surrender, he said. Zindani’s nine men were down to a machine gun, a rocket-propelled grenade launcher and one AK-47 rifle each inside a ramshackle outpost with bloodstained walls. But he said he intended to fight on — as he told the Taliban commander who regularly phoned to demand his surrender. “I told him, ‘I’m a soldier of my country,’ ” the commander said. “I am not here to surrender.” Four days later, on Sunday, the outpost was overrun during a firefight with the Taliban, a member of the provincial council said. One police officer was shot dead and Zindani and his outgunned men were taken prisoner. A few hours later, the Taliban released a video showing Bambard being questioned by a Taliban commander as he lay on a mattress, his face and neck bandaged. In a mocking tone, the commander asked why Bambard had posted on his Facebook page that he would not let the enemy capture his outpost while he was alive. The wounded officer responded, “This is Afghanistan.” This article originally appeared in The New York Times. © 2021 The New York Times Company

Teen Who Stabbed Cheerleader Tristyn Bailey to Death Will Be Tried as an Adult

St. Johns County Sheriff's OfficeThe Florida teenager accused of murdering 13-year-old cheerleader Tristyn Bailey before dumping her body in a wooded area earlier this month will be tried as an adult, authorities said Thursday.Aiden Fucci, 14, was hit with the charge this week for allegedly fatally stabbing Bailey in the early morning of May 9 after the pair were caught on surveillance video walking away from a home on Saddlestone Drive, according to online court records.The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office says Bailey’s family reported her missing at 10 a.m on May 10, prompting a frantic countywide search that ended eight hours later when investigators recovered the seventh grader’s clothed body in a wooded area near a retention pond on a street close to where she was last seen.Cheerleader Tristyn Bailey Was Stabbed to Death by Teenage Boy, Cops SayThe Daily Beast did not initially identify Fucci, who was originally charged with second-degree murder, because prosecutors had not decided whether to charge him as an adult. Online court records show a Thursday notice to transfer Fucci’s case to adult court and assign it to Judge R. Lee Smith after he was indicted by a grand jury.The news of his upgraded charges was first reported by ActionNewJax. St. Johns County State Attorney R.J. Larizza is expected to hold a press conference on the new charges Thursday afternoon.According to an arrest report, Bailey’s family last saw the Patriot Oaks Academy cheerleader at around midnight on May 9. An hour later, home surveillance footage near the Durbin North Amenity Center showed Bailey and Fucci walking together, at one point heading “east on Saddlestone Drive.”At around 3:30 a.m, another video shows Fucci walking alone on Saddlestone Drive and “carrying a pair of white shoes with a black ‘Nike’ logo,” the report states.During the frantic search for Bailey the next morning, police brought in Fucci for questioning as a witness. The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to The Daily Beast that around the same time, Fucci posted a selfie on social media in a patrol car with the caption: “Hey guys has anybody seen Tristyn lately?”Under questioning, the arrest report states Fucci changed his story several times and made several admissions that led cops to charge him.Police later found clothing in the boy’s bedroom that tested positive for blood, the arrest report said. After finding Bailey’s body, police discovered she was left only “0.3 miles” from where Fucci lived.Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Predrag Bulic later concluded that Bailey’s homicide was caused by a “sharp force trauma by stabbing.” St. Johns County Sheriff Rob Hardwick told News4Jax the teenager was stabbed a “horrific” number of times.Both Tristyn and Fucci attended Patriot Oaks Academy in St. Johns, though police said it was unclear how they knew each other or if they were in the same class.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

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Question about the Queso recipe from the Nachos (The Good Place) episode!

So I am making this queso this weekend and looked on his website for the exact recipe. I'm super confused on the amount of cheese needed for the queso. There's no way he used the full 4 lbs of cheese right? Has anyone made this queso and did you just use the 8oz of sharp cheddar? The extra shredded cheese is just for the actually nachos right?

2 lbs sharp cheddar cheese, grated

2 lbs pepper jack cheese, grated

8 ounces sharp cheddar cheese

½ can Rotel tomatoes and chiles

In a large bowl, hand shred 2 pounds of sharp cheddar cheese and 2 pounds of pepper jack cheese. Avoid using pre shredded cheese because it will prevent maximum melting.

To make a roux, in a large saucepan on low-medium heat, add 2 tablespoons of butter and 2 tablespoons of flour once the butter is foamy. Whisk and cook together for about 1 minute before slowly starting to stream in 1-1 ½ cups of cold milk to prevent lumps.

Once it has cooked for about 2 minutes and it is a thick consistency, add 8 ounces of sharp cheddar cheese and whisk until melted. Drain a can of Rotel tomatoes and chilies and then add ½ of the can to the mixture for some color as well as a nice kick. Season generously with kosher salt and make sure the mixture is melted and smooth.

How to Make the Perfect Ground Beef Nacho Recipe

The big game never tasted so good! Learn how to make the perfect beef nachos with ground beef recipe from Del Monte®!

Party snack or quick meal, these hearty nachos with corn, black beans and melted cheese are sure to please. Don’t forget the toppings and the napkins!

Serves 8

Prep time 10 min.

Cook time 20 min.


12 oz extra lean ground beef

1 cup reduced-sodium canned black beans, rinsed and drained

2 cups shredded Monterey Jack cheese [or Pepper Jack cheese]

Optional Toppings:


Brown beef in a large skillet over medium-high heat drain. Stir in tomatoes, corn, beans and cumin cook over medium-high heat 3 minutes or until liquid has evaporated.

Arrange chips in a single layer on a large rimmed baking sheet or oven-proof platter. Spoon beef mixture over chips. Top with cheese.

Bake 5 to 10 minutes or until cheese is melted. Top with green onions, cilantro and sour cream, as desired.

Serving size

2 large Canada goose legs and thighs, skin on

Half an onion, cut into four pieces

3 cloves of garlic, smashed

1 chipotle pepper in adobo sauce, plus extra

1/2 tsp. each cumin, coriander and onion powder

1/4 teaspoon garlic powder

Freshly cracked pepper, to taste

Nacho Toppings

12 ounces shredded Mexican blend of cheeses

16 ounces refried beans, warmed

1-2 fresh jalapeños, thinly sliced or sliced pickled jalapeños

Crumbled Cotija cheese, to taste

9 ounces of tortilla chips

Other toppings: hot sauce, salsa, sour cream

How to make Sheet Pan Nachos

1. Start by browning the beef in a large skillet in a little olive oil. I like to drain it once it’s browned to make sure the nachos don’t come out too watery.

2. Stir the taco seasoning and the salsa into the beef until evenly combined.

3. Now it’s time to assemble your nachos! Spread out the corn chips on a lined sheet pan, then top with the ground beef mixture.

Add the black beans, corn and olives on top and spread evenly over the chips. Finally, sprinkle with the cheese, then bake until the cheese is bubbly.

Serve hot with your favorite toppings!

Game-Time Nachos

  • For most of us, football is a weekend ritual.

As I mentioned in my pigskin post on Game Day Dips, I'm a football-loving girl. And I love the combo of football, friends and food. The games are always more fun when you're crowded around the television, together with your friends. Whether you actually watch the game or you prefer to just socialize - it's fun to do it up a bit. When it's your turn to host the gang, decorate your digs in a football theme.

Use your favorite team’s colors to set the tone. I always pick my alma mater, Miami University of Ohio, and their fabulous red and white tones. (Never mind that they recently got crushed in their season opener, it’s the school spirit that counts!)

My table decoration received lots of compliments – it was a football field! To make it, head to your local home improvement store and ask for Astro Turf. It’ll be in the flooring section.

I guarantee, most folks are using it for football season party décor, than for actual flooring. (Or at least, let’s hope so). But who’s judging?

Cut the Astro Turf to the size of your table. Take the turf outside and spray paint white lines at each end for the end zones. Add any other football field graphics, such as additional lines, team logos, etc.

I used mason jars to hold my party favors, cocktails and a fun take-home gift. I assembled an "in-a-jar" gift. That’s where you layer dry ingredients in a jar and attach the recipe for your guests to take home and complete.

To pay homage to Miami University and its proud Ohio roots, I found this Three-Bean Soup recipe from Midwest Living. Layer the beans, tie the recipe on with a ribbon and position your football playing jars on the turf.

Another fun party element were colored drink stirrers. Cluster together pieces of ribbon to resemble cheerleading pom-poms. This DIY is über-easy to make frankly, it’s a touchdown! Simply cut pieces of ribbon the same length, twist in the middle and fasten with glue. Then stick to a colorful straw or stirrer for an instant drink pick me up, It'll have your guests cheering!

What's the main ingredient at a football gathering? (Okay, besides beer.) It's the FOOD! Thankfully, Tablespoon has a multitude of recipes for cocktails and game day food galore!

Snacks that can be grabbed by the handful are always a hit. You gotta try The Big Game Chex Mix. It's a honey mustard spin on the traditional recipe. Score!

Chips, salsas, guacamole. all good! However, nachos are a staple of game day. Game-Time Nachos are perfect to eat while watching football. Plus, if you need to make more during the game, you can whip them together in less time than it takes most refs to determine a challenge.

Add a little touchdown dance to the party with Jelly Shots. You can make almost any classic cocktail recipe into a jelly shot. Definitely use colors that complement your team! Whip them up for just the adults (read. boozy) or for the whole family (omit the alcohol).

No matter who you are rooting for, your gathering will be a winner when you incorporate some of these fun tips!

Happy football season to all!

Now that you have the party started, check out these other game day recipes!

10 Nacho Upgrades That Are Total Game-Day Goals

Big game? Don't leave your guests hungry for a snack win.

Cheese and soy sauce: It's an unlikely duo, but the amount of flavor is off the charts. Plus, wonton wrappers make the easiest, crispiest homemade chips.

Thanks to a fizzy splash of Coors Light, this is officially the most fun way to get the party started.

Pizza fries are essentially nachos&mdashexcept instead of standard old chips, they're made with, well, fries.

TRISCUIT Crackers have a huge advantage over tortilla chips: more nooks and crannies to trap cheese and BBQ sauce.

This is the type of app that people will beg you to make for every party.

Smothering your nachos (TRISCUIT Crackers, in this case) with slow-cooked brisket is always a smart choice.

Because it's hard to think of a more crowd-pleasing food than cheese-covered French fries.

This crazy skillet of cheesy rice covered in nachos tastes like biting into an amazing beef burrito.

Kalamata olives! Fresh dill! Fluffy feta! These fresh toppings are a serious nacho game changer.

Each bite tastes like smoky barbecue AND a bacon cheeseburger.

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Get Great Guacamole

Because I can’t always find ripe avocados when I need them to make guacamole for a recipe, I have tried many brands of pre-made guacamole. I am usually disappointed by the taste and texture. I love Peakfection’s guacamole because it is made with fresh avocados, onion, jalapeño puree, garlic, salt, and pepper — that’s it! There aren’t any artificial fillers and preservatives. I can really taste the difference!

With Peakfection’s help these Easy Oven Nachos can be ready to eat in minutes. I found Peakfection Guacamole and Red Salsa at Smith’s/Kroger grocery store in the refrigerated section.

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