How do you celebrate the Day of the Battle of Puebla? Although not widely celebrated in Mexico, Cinco de Mayo has become a popular holiday in the United States thanks in part to beer and alcohol companies. What I do love about Cinco de Mayo is that people everywhere are enjoying delicious Mexican flavors. Much of the dishes served are typical Mexican-American creations, dishes that have been created here in the U.S, like nachos and fajitas. We wanted to share recipes that celebrated more of the traditional Mexican cuisine, with our delicious Guacamole, Watermelon Agua Fresca, Gorditas with Rajas y Queso, Cheesy Calabacitas, and the popular Chile Verde with Pork.
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