Monday, July 07, 2008
While I'm a a fan of homemade cheezy sauces any day, I picked up Playfood's Nacheezmo dip from Food Fight! last weekend. It was a new product I couldn't resist, and I already knew I liked it.
It's actually the nacho cheeze sauce that you can pump at Food Fight! onto nachos.
It's tangy, slightly spicy and even somewhat cheezy. Very 7-11 cheeze sauce. Worth the near $5 a small tub, yes, but as a rare fake-cheeze purchase. I've been just as happy with sauces I've made at home, but I do like knowing this level of tastiness is available on store shelves, at least on vegan store shelves in Portland, OR. The website is under construction but I've read about it being available in California and elsewhere. I was sad that it wasn't in a squeeze bottle like I've seen before...
Upping its novelty-appeal is the fact that it was co-started by Taran Noah Smith, of Home Improvement fame. Don't you wonder what JTT thinks.
I had fun making more of Isa's round two testing omelets and smothering them with this fakeness.
This one has black olives, kale, Mexican Field Roast black beans, garlic, spices and zucchini.