Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

 
While Cinco de Mayo is a national Mexican holiday, it's become increasingly popular in the U.S. as a celebration of Mexican culture. 
 
Join in on the Cinco de Mayo celebration all weekend long with these simple ideas:
 
Breakfast: Start your day with some Mexican flare by adding salsa and Mexican cheese to your omelet. Or even make a breakfast burrito with peppers and salsa.
 
Lunch: plan a Cinco de Mayo lunch for your family with a tacos and nachos bar. Stock your bar with hard taco shells, tortillas, tortilla chips, chicken, ground beef, Mexican cheese, tomatoes, onions, salsa, sour cream, guacamole, queso, jalapeno peppers, etc.
 
Dinner: go all out with a Cinco de Mayo fiesta! Rice, enchiladas, burritos, refried beans, chimicangas, quesadillas you name it! 
 
Beverages: While the margarita is a popular Mexican adult beverage, you can also make a kid-friendly version using frozen limeade, sparkling water and sugar! 
 
Remember the freezer aisle is stocked with authentic, delicious Mexican cuisine. You can find everything you need to host the perfect fiesta.
 
Decorations: Every fiesta needs sombreros, a pinata, colorful Mexican art and other decorations. A colorful Mexican poncho makes for a great tablecloth!
 
Don't forget some salsy Mexican tunes!

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