Daily Bread: May 5, 2015–Cinco de Mayo!
Cinco de Mayo, Bye-Bye-O?!!!
If anyone out there is a Seinfeld fan, they will recognize that reference!
For those of you who don’t know the line that Elaine says, and don’t even know what Cinco de Mayo is, worry not.
Cinco de Mayo translates to “fifth day of May”. Like our “Fourth of July”, it involves lots of yummy traditional foods.
While others are celebrating the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War, why don’t you just sit back and enjoy some tasty margaritas, fajitas, or quesadillas?
Renata’s got the word on the street about a great place for margaritas in the Chicagoland area!
My lovely allergy nurse, Sara Ambroz, got me excited to try a place I have never heard of called Cafe Salsa in Countryside, Illinois!
“The margaritas on the rocks with salt are served in tumblers and are SO good! The food is good too! It’s not a super fancy place, but it’s just one of those GREAT restaurants!”
I am IN!
Thanks Sara, for the Cinco de Mayo tip, for taking my blood pressure, and helping me through my asthma testing!
I know one thing for sure. I am NOT allergic to tequila!!!
I plan on using this strength of mine immediately.
It takes a village to find the best margaritas.
Where is your favorite margarita served? And how do you like yours?
The best margarita I have ever tasted was made by Bill Fisher. Oh man, he used some fancy stuff, and I think some fresh mangoes!
After two of Bill’s margaritas, I am “Cinco de Mayo—Bye Bye-O!”