Top Definition
Nature's most exquisitely crafted camping food. The marriage of a baked potato and nachos, heated to perfection over a campfire. The potacho originated in Big Sur State Park in California, USA and the best potachos reportedly still come from there. The food was bourne out of necessity amongst a group of campers, hungry yet inebriated, that had limited cooking capacity, patience and would not have otherwise survived the harsh night.

Possible potacho variations include:
Mexican potachos - Baked potato, nachos, jalapenos, avocado
Danish potachos - Baked potato, nachos, Danish Icy Hot alcohol drizzled on top
Highlander potachos - Baked potato, nachos, haggis
Indian potachos - Baked potato, nachos, curry lathered generously on top
Ukrainian potachos - Baked potato, nachos, beets, cabbage
Vietnamese potachos - Baked potato, nachos, spring rolls on top
Hazy summer potachos - Baked potato, nachos, vodka-soaked watermelon pieces on top

The potacho is relatively young as a campfood, but its potential is unrivaled. Watch out s'mores!
Make sure you bring the makings for potachos this weekend.
by Nomad Ninja October 31, 2006
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