What happened on November 6?
Whooo, it is Nachos Day today!
Have a look below at our favorite Nachos recipe.
Put some sound to your festive food by spinning a nice tune to celebrate the birthday of the inventor of the saxophone, Belgian musician Adolphe Sax (1814).
Isn’t it fantastic how you can produce soothing sounds by blowing air into a piece of highly-sophisticated metal? What was Adolphe thinking, crafting his earliest masterpieces? Thankfully he did, and we get to enjoy his gift to mankind.
Abraham Lincoln might have played a little victory tune to celebrate his election as the 16th President of the US on this day in 1860. His successor Bill Clinton is most famous for blowing his sax; we’re not 100% sure about Good Old Abe’s favorite instrument.
And on this beautiful day, we celebrate the Happy birthdays of film producer Susan Downey (*1973) and her 3 acting amigos: Emma Stone (*1988), Sally Field (*1946), and Ethan Hawke (*1970).
Go spin a nice Charlie Parker record, put your nachos in the oven, and invite your friends for a movie starring one of today’s celebrating legends!
Bonus: our favorite Nacho recipe
1 spoon of extra-virgin olive oil
1 Red onion, chopped
(Fake) Meat of your preference: Chicken/Beef/Tuna/Vege-things
2 pieces of garlic
Loads of tortilla chips
Loads of cheese (Dutch grass cheese, Cheddar, and any other flavors you love!)
A few pickled jalapeños
Top it with
A little bit of dill
A few chives
Add your favorite sauces!
And remember: more cheese, more party!
Celebrating good times feels nice, right?
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This happened on November 6
|Events||Abraham Lincoln is elected||1860|
|World Days||Nachos Day|