The latest doodle vividly shows how Anaya invented this delicious dish. At that time, there was a military base in Texas. One day, the wives of soldiers appeared in the Club Victoria restaurant. The women ordered a snack, but Anaya, the head waiter, could not find a cook, so he took out French fries, cheese and chopped chili peppers and created a food that completely changed the restaurant's dishes.
The dish, nicknamed Ignacio, was added to the menu of the restaurant and soon became popular in other restaurants nearby. In 1949, this dish was included in an American recipe.
Anaya died in 1975, and a bronze plaque was erected in Piedras Negra to commemorate his death and 21 October was designated Nacho International Day.
It is reported that the graffiti was created by Mexico City guest artist Alfonso de Anda.