Recently a situation arose where I was put in a position to try nacho cheese with vanilla and chocolate ice cream. Some of the friends I was with appeared disgusted at the thought of the mix and others were intrigued to watch me tempt my taste buds with two seemingly opposite flavors.
I used an inexpensive nacho cheese from a local Safeway grocery store. Rather than pour hot nacho cheese all over my ice cream, instead I took a clean spoon and dipped it in the nacho cheese bowl. Then I filled the rest of the spoon with a mix of chocolate and vanilla ice cream.
I ate it.
It did not taste good. It could have been the worst thing I’ve tasted in a while. This mix of nacho cheese with ice cream just does not work. In fact, I drew a blank when I began thinking about other flavors of ice cream that might taste better with nacho cheese than the vanilla and chocolate did.