Mt Nachismo, Tio’s Mexican Restaurant, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Above, the before view of Mt Nachismo.
Below, the after view of the remains of Mt Nachismo.

This week I am playing “Uncle Buck.”  My older brother asked me to stay with his high school aged kids while he is on a vacation.  I was more than happy to spend some time with my niece and nephew.  My nephew Jack wanted to go to an Ann Arbor to eat at a mexican restaurant that was on the “Food Networks” program, “Man vs Food.”  So we decided to take on the 5 pound nacho plate called Mt. Nachismo, we did pretty well but it took 3 of us almost 45 mins to eat the plate.  In order to get the plate free, one person needs to eat it in 45 mins…

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