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Say “Salud!” this Cinco de Mayo with these five refreshing tequila cocktails.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these delicious foam-topped margaritas served at one of Mexico’s top resorts, the chic Las Alcobas in Mexico City.
We all love a margarita on Cinco de Mayo, but why not think beer this year? Try a few and taste why Mexico is the top beer exporter in the world.
Funny thing is, Mexicans don’t celebrate this day as their Independence Day. Here’s a brief history lesson – On May 5th, 1862 the battle against the French to conquer Mexico was victorious, but at the loss of a small army, kind of like that Spartan movie, 300. On September 16th, 1821 it became officially recognized that Mexico became independent of any further European colonization. Fantastico! There are actually two good reasons to celebrate with tequila! Make this Thursday your Friday with these 5 cantinas to get your tequila on while celebrating Mexican Independence Day. Andale amigos!
With plenty of spice and some mushrooms for texture, this masa filling is anything but boring. Bring in black beans and sweet potatoes for a sweet and spicy combo.
Whether or not you consider these dishes to be authentic, celebrate Mexico’s historic victory the best way you know how. Try these queso dips and dishes with a kick of chili.
Margaritas aren’t the only drink worthy of accompanying your guacamole and enchiladas on Cinco de Mayo. Explore more Mexican inspired cocktails.
Nachos are the ultimate game day dish and a favorite summer snack. Try these new nacho recipes that may become loaded fast favorites.
If you like Mexican style food, and a little bit of heat you’ll really like this one.
Jerri Green with a wonderful vegetarian dish for your Cinco de Mayo celebration, or any other festivity.
Kristina Wiley with a recipe that only requires a little chopping, and no cooking, to taste great.
Even if you’re called the SpicieFoodie, sometimes you just have to settle for sweet peppers.
Brady Evans does something she’s never before done: she lets her husband peruse the recipes and select the week’s meals.
A simple but authentic and legendary recipe that is found on many Mexican tables and at any Mexican or Tex-Mex restaurant around the world for Cinco de Mayo.
The Sherman Oaks, California-based Mexican restaurant is well-known as a celebrity hang out but is popular with non-celebrities as well.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style with this simple marvelous and sophisticated take on a margarita.