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Nacho cheese, a nostalgic favorite, has made a comeback in America. Nacho-centric restaurants and fancy nacho variations are gaining popularity, bringing nachos back into the spotlight.
In the 1990s, America's heartland was obsessed with nacho cheese-the golden-yellow, ooey-gooey dip you couldn't wait to sink your tortilla chips and soft pretzel bites into.
Nachos originated in a small town called Piedras Negras, Coahuila in Mexico in the 1940s. It quickly spread across Texas and became a popular bar food.
The dish was born in the 1940s, in a small town just across the Texas border called Piedras Negras, Coahuila.