Mmmmmm, nachos. We've all had nachos at some point at a stadium, and while overpriced, DAMN they taste good. Never enough cheese, never enough peppers, but they are delicious.
Enter Brad McCormick. As he tells it:
Growing up I always loved getting nachos at the stadium, the cheese was different than any kind sold in stores, if you have had it, you know what I'm talking about. A few years ago I had a Superbowl party and wanted the same stuff served in the stadium and couldn't find it anywhere except from a restaurant depot in a massive quantity. So I ordered a huge 10-can, served it up and everyone loved it, but I had a few months supply left over. I finally found it in smaller packaging through Gehl's, this is one of the companies that services the stadium concession industry. Last year I got married and served it up at my wedding in the trays you get at the stadium topped off with jalapenos. I thought why not make the whole experience available to anyone anywhere, so the Game Time Stadium Nacho Cheese Party Pack was born.
After receiving these, I immediately tore into them. Preperation is as simple as you'd imagine: Heat the cheese, eat the cheese! I chose to heat the cheese in a pan on the stove, but you could microwave it, etc.
You can buy the cheese in a single pack, a three pack, a six pack, or the best deal: a season pack (12). You can get the Party Pack-Gift Kit. This would make a great gift for any man-cave, as it comes with a pack of nacho cheese, two bags of tortilla rounds, a can of sliced jalepenos, and 4 serving trays.
I happened to have a batch of homemade pretzels cooking when I got my Game Time Party Pack. I served up the nachos to rave reviews, and we even used the cheese with the pretzels. Top shelf!
You can check Game Time Stadium Nacho Cheese at their site: http://stadiumnachocheese.com/
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