March 6, 2007, midnight | By Gus Woods | 17 years, 3 months ago

This cheesy wrap is obscure, edgy and delectable

What is a chupaqueso? The answer is simple: it is delicious. How do you make one? The process is simply fun. With this straightforward and little-known recipe under your chef's belt, you'll be astounding throngs of dinner guests in no time. Invented by Howard Taylor, creator of the web-comic space opera "Schlock Mercenary," this dish will make you feel like a true hero.

This cheesetastic treat will either leave you deeply satisfied or irreversibly comatose--but either way it tastes great!

Prep time is approximately 15 minutes. One chupaqueso can serve two

- Skillet
- Spatula

- Cheddar cheese
- Parmesan cheese
- Monterey Jack cheese (any type will suffice)


1. Grate a 1/2 cup of cheddar and a 1/2 cup of cheese.
2. Spread cheddar onto heated skillet. Form an approximately 8 inch diameter circle with the cheddar.
3. Wait for the cheddar to toast, flip with spatula when necessary – like a pancake.
4. When the cheddar shell is formed, slide it out of the pan and onto a plate. Add some Jack and a sprinkle of parmesan.
5. Feel free to include any other fillings that you feel would be appropriate with this cheesy wrap.

Recipe courtesy of

Gus Woods. William "Gus" Woods is a junior who enjoys, far more than anything else, tiddlywinks tournaments and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" re-runs. He is a great fan of any and all music and enjoys playing the piano in his spare time. He belongs, literally belongs, … More »

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