Well since everyone seems to love Guy, you can follow this experement inspired by Julia and Julia LINK
Have you ever looked at a cake and been, like, “I would be much more interested in consuming that cake if it was made out of tortillas and a slippery concoction of onions and garlic and mayonnaise?” I’m sorry. Have you ever looked at a cake and NOT thought you’d be more interested in it if it was a slippery-slappity stack of tortillas and onions and garlic and mayonaise? Heh. (Thumbs nose, grabs crotch.) Didn’t think so. (I’m staring at myself in the mirror right now.)
And, hi. Since this is the first recipe I made for writing about, let’s establish some things. For one, there will be no rhyme nor reason to the order in which I make these dishes. I happened to start with something that was toward the front of the book (i.e. something in the “Appe-tapas” chapter) because the ingredients were cheap, because I like saying “Appe-tapas” aloud and often, and because this particular recipe seemed like an important place to start. Reasons why the Garlic-Onion Tortilla Stack is important:
— It is a thing that Guy serves at his restaurant, Johnny Garlic’s! We know this because he mentions it in the cookbook, but alsoooo because — in a display of erotic hubris — Guy actually visited Johnny Garlic’s on an episode of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.” And used his pudgy fingers to put the food he invented into his mouth. And then used phrases like “out-of-bounds” to describe the food.