James!: I replace the fritos with cornbread.
basemetal: I thought green chillies was the New Mexico thing.
James!: It is a Texas dish.I do two kinds. One is traditional fritos, chili and cheese. The other is a little fancier in that I replace the fritos with cornbread.
baka-san: it is a Texas dish.Wolf Brand Chili, and Frito's, with shredded cheese and diced onions. Served in the bag.
Zombie Eater: What did Anthony have to say about their meth?
Pinner: lazy-assed stoner concoction got dissed?
Mateorocks: I can't seem to find the chili-cheese flavored Fritos anywhere these days. That's a shame.[bigboyconcessions.co image 361x504]
minoridiot: For some reason New Mexico thing that it is a native dish because some one started serving it in the 1960's. But since there are articles in Texas newspapers going back to the 1940's with the recipe, I'm going to have to say it is a Texas invention.
farkingismybusiness: I used to make the ghetto version of this at 7-11 as a kid. Never got called out on stealing their Big Bite chili and cheese.
Evil Mackerel: So meth is not the state dish?
Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: Frito Pie IS a Texas dish. Frito's are from Dallas area.But New Mexico doesn't need or want it. Their stuff with green chiles is fantastic. Enchaladas, tacos, whatever. That's the state dish.
Foxxinnia: Wait, I'm from New Mexico and I've never heard that Frito Pie was a New Mexico thing. We already have green chile. Why would we even want to claim the half-assed dish that is frito pie?
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