of the most fascinating things about holidays is the unique ways they
are celebrated in different cultures and by different people. Cinco
de Mayo is a
celebration that instantly brings about thoughts of vibrant colors,
festive drinks, indulgent food and, of course, parties! Festivities
for Cinco de Mayo are quite popular in the western United States and
especially so in cities closest to the Mexican border like San Diego,
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This drink is especially fun as it features the colors of the Mexican flag!
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Tip: These are best served immediately. The longer the drink sits, the more the jalapeño fuses into the drink, which could end up being VERY spicy! For a fun twist, freeze slices of jalapeño in ice cubes and add before serving.
Celebrity Chef Ingrid Hoffmann and Coca-Cola are bringing the Cinco de Mayo fiesta home this
year by providing families with smart, simple recipes and fun party ideas
to celebrate Mexico's rich traditions and start a few new ones, too.
We caught up with the host of the Cooking Channel’s Simply Delicioso to learn more about her
approach to cooking and entertaining. Take a look:
You learned to cook
from your mother. Do any particular memories
Here in the United States, we take our Cinco de Mayo celebrations
seriously – with lots of music, Mexican food, piñatas and, of course, colorful sombreros.
But have you ever wondered why we actually celebrate this day? Here are five
things you probably didn’t know about Cinco de Mayo.
in the U.S.A.
You’re unlikely to find many Mexican citizens celebrating Cinco de
Mayo, unless of course we’re talking about the people
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Simple, tasty and cute--this recipe combines your favorite taco fillings in yummy layers, baked in wonton wrappers and served in cupcake form. If you have 30 minutes and a need to fulfill your inner creative chef, this dish is for you.For step-by-step cooking instructions from Tablespoon.com click here.For More Cinco de Mayo Recipe Ideas:Cinco de Mayo Taco PopsMexican MolletesEasy Sopapillas