Eat This: BBQ Nachos at Big Baby Q and Smokehouse
Normally, we’d scoff at anyone who told us to order nachos at a standout barbecue restaurant, but the BBQ Nachos at Big Baby Q and Smokehouse are no ordinary pile of chips and cheese.
A mountain of corn tortilla chips form a sturdy base for an avalanche of gooey pepper jack queso, stringy shredded cheddar, house-smoked baked beans, a dollop of chipotle sour cream and sweet-spicy candied jalapenos. Add your meat of choice (we’re partial to the tender, smoke-kissed turkey) and a deluge of the Sweet N Spicy house sauce to cut through that cheese, then grab a friend and about 400 napkins to begin your ascent.
Catherine Klene is managing editor, digital at Sauce Magazine.
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