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Cinco de Mayo Special Meal At Native Foods Cafe

This Cinco de Mayo weekend, Native Foods Cafe is offering a special dish on their menu. The Tres Taquitos Plato features three crispy corn tortillas filled with homemade seitan asada and spiced bean & potato hash. It’s served with refried black beans, Mexican rice, salsa fresca, guacamole and house-pickled jalapeños. Available at all Native Foods...

Easy “Paloma” Mexican cocktail recipe

Paloma is a beloved cocktail in Mexico. Spanish for “dove,” Paloma is a combination of tequila and a grapefruit soda served on the rocks with a lime as garnish. For a healthier option, replace the soda with grapefruit juice. Ingredients: 2 oz tequila (100 percent agave reposado tequila) 1/2 oz lime juice grapefruit soda (Squirt,...

Jose Cuervo Margarita recipe

Make yourself a margarita with this Jose Cuervo Margarita recipe. It’s a simple, timeless drink consisting of Jose Cuevo Especial Gold Tequila, a lime margarita mix, lime and salt. Ingredients 1 oz Jose Cuervo Especial Gold Tequila 3 oz Jose Cuervo Lime Margarita Mix (or any lime margarita mix) 1 wedge lime 1 tsp salt...

Easy “Sake Sangria” recipe

This Cinco de Mayo, try adding sake to your traditional sangria for an Asian twist! Sake is a Japanese alcoholic beverage sometimes referred to as “rice wine.” A popular and affordable bottle is Gekkeikan Sake, which costs about $8 for a 750ml bottle. Let’s take a look at this recipe from Sake: A Modern Guide by Beau...

Frozen Sangria blender recipe

Make a Frozen Sangria by blending together red wine, syrup, fruit chunks, orange liquer, sparking wine and ice. Here’s a simple recipe from 101 Sangrias and Pitcher Drinks by Kim Haasarud and Alexandra Grablewski. Ingredients: 2 cups red wine 1 cup simple syrup 1 cup frozen fruit chunks (peaches, berries, apples, grapes, pineapples, etc.) 4 oz...

Chicago Cinco de Mayo Festival 2013

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood. The festival, now in its fourth year, takes place on May 3-5 and features authentic Mexican food, live music and the usual festival fare — but with a Mexican twist, of course! Enter at 26th Street & Kostner. If you’re taking public transportation, take the #60...

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