Nachos are a snack loved by almost everyone. I think what makes them so great is that they're easily customizable- you can have them anyway you want them!

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If you love nachos as much as I do, then you've probably already heard of "trash can" nachos. No, you don't eat them out of a trash can, or secretly eat the nachos over a trash can! Trash can nachos are a Tex-Mex crowd favorite and are stacked/layers of nachos that come in a receptacle that resembles a mini trash can! Observe the video below.

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As much as I love nachos, I am not a fan of trash can nachos; I don't think nachos should be layered, they should be flat and spread out so every tostada can get all the deliciousness! I mean, I'll still order them, but they're not my preferred way of eating nachos. Maybe that's why I love the nachos from The Tap so much!

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But if you love the presentation of trash can nachos, and if you're looking for a trip to Flavortown, then you're in luck because Guy Fieri has teamed up with Goldbelly, a food shipping company so that you can get Fieri's signature trash can nachos right to your door! But, they come with quite the price tag.

Your price for a trip to Flavortown with these trash can nachos will cost you a whopping $69 (nice) but that's without meat. If you want the meat, you can choose between pulled pork or brisket, that will cost you $75.

You can find out how to purchase your very own Trash Can nacho kit here. Each of the kits comes with tortilla chips, cheddar cheese, Guy’s SMC (Super Melty Cheese) cheese sauce, black beans, one bottle of Guy’s Signature BBQ Sauce, pico de gallo, jalapenos, sour cream, cilantro sprigs, pickled red onions and a “Trash Can Nacho” can and you're all set to go to Flavortown!

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