Nacho Table

Stefanie Herder’s video featuring a nacho table has gone viral, with nearly 4 million views on TikTok and more than 30 million views on Facebook.

SPRING LAKE — Stefanie Herder says she knew she was on to something when she recommended that her family should do a “nacho table” – a tabletop full of tortilla chips, cheese, taco meat and peppers.

The Spring Lake High School and Grand Valley State University graduate had first learned of the idea from a friend who used to make nacho tables in college.

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