Above: The other night an excellent Frito Pie prompted me and my dining companions to contemplate the moisture retention quotient of the humble Frito, which, I learn via the Wiki, originated in San Antonio, Texas (where else?).
I think I might have Dr. V stumped. Chips and salsa may be tough, but Frito Pie?
If you’ve never had Frito Pie, it’s essentially a heap of Fritos drowning in Texas chili and then topped with cheese and sour cream.
I had never had Frito Pie before moving to the south. Since my life Texana began nearly 3 years ago, I eat Frito Pie — a true Texan delicacy — whenever afforded the opportunity.
The other day outside of Houston, Cousin Marty and I had what we both agreed was the BEST FRITO PIE EVER.
What did our sommelier pair with it?
As BrooklynGuy occasionally asks of his readers, you be the sommelier!
Please add your recommendations in the comment thread and I’ll provide the answer (it was brilliant, btw) on Friday along with a story about the amazing place where we were served the pie above…