Nachoism

Praise the Maize

  • The fifth day of the Maizious festival

    "The Ascension of St. Hops and Barley.
    Give thanks for the bountiful beer."

    Light all five candles.

    On the final night with all the candles lit, eat a glorious plate of nachos and drink refreshing beer. Some even choose to celebrate with a party to ring in a wondrous new year of Nachos!

  • The fourth day of the Maizious festival

    "Pour'em the Salsa
    Give thanks for the spicy salsa"

    Light four candles.

    Have a beer.

  • The third day of the Maizious festival

    "The Epiphany of the Pickled Pepper
    Give thanks for the perfect pickled pepper"

    Light three candles.

    Have a beer.

  • The second day of the Maizious festival

    "What a friend we have in cheeses.
    Give thanks for the creamy cheese."

    Tonight light two candles using the previous night's candle to light the new one.

    Have a beer.

  • The first day of the Maizious festival

    Maize, Maize, and more Maize.

    Give thanks for the crunchy corn chip."

    On the first day, bake a pan of cornbread. Nothing too fancy as Maizious was a down to earth kind of god.

    Maybe some jiffy box mix in a disposal tinfoil pan.

    You will need 5 candles. Again, any ones that you have around the house will do. Except scented ones as Maizious thinks they are too frilly.