It’s time to celebrate Cinco de Mayo and for many people, that means feasting on some delicious traditional Mexican foods.
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War.
Mexican families across the world celebrate this date, but the holiday has been picked up by many other cultures as well.
If you are having a hard time deciding what to make this holiday, try one of these tasty recipes.
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If you are hoping to relax this Cinco de Mayo and have a few mixed drinks, try some of these tasty and refreshing options. These drinks are perfect by themselves or will compliment your favorite Cinco de Mayo meals as well.
Just remember, it’s a Monday and you have to go to work tomorrow.
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Cinco de Mayo is all about celebrating, having fun and enjoying yourself. Including traditional Mexican foods in your Cinco de Mayo dinner will give you a better appreciation for the holiday and allow you to enjoy a dish you might not try otherwise.
What is your favorite Cinco de Mayo recipe?
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