Broken chips are not bueno

Have you ever tried to eat nachos, but the chips break when you scoop up the yummy refried beans and guacamole?

Then the broken chip is stuck in the gooey mixture of beans, cheese, and guac, so you try again with the smaller chip left in your hand. Only to have it break off again?

Not bueno!*

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Guilty pleasure lunch… Just because I live in Texas, don’t think I make a meal out of this very often.

I like my Tex-Mex chips, but I’d like it even more if the chips didn’t break off every other bite.

Then, again, weak chips are a good reason to lick my fingers. 😀

*Bueno means “good” in Spanish, in case you didn’t know.

Do you have a guilty pleasure lunch or meal? Do you have a favorite lick-your-fingers dish? Have you experienced a utensil malfunction? Share your favorite messy food stories!

7 comments on… “Broken chips are not bueno”

  1. Haha – By chance do you listen to Kidd Kraddick in the Morning? He did a whole tweeter campaign about holding the chip by the small side so it won’t break in the dip. It seems to be a big problem with many people. Right up there with double dipping or maybe it is a Texas thing. We do love our chips and salsa, queso or bean dip.


    • Diana Beebe


      LOL. I rarely listen to the radio so I’ll have to listen in. 🙂 It has to be a Texas thing. Nachos, dips…oh, now I want some seven-layer dip.


    • Diana Beebe


      I love avocados. I would be lost without them. OK, maybe not. Maybe you could build a green house to grow tomatoes longer. 🙂

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