A day to celebrate.
Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of a Mexican military victory in 1862 over the French forces of Napoleon III. However, nowadays, Cinco de Mayo has become a day to celebrate Mexican culture and traditions. Cities and towns with large Mexican American populations, like Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, and others, commemorate the day with public parades, as well as home parties with mariachi music, folk dancing, and particularly delicious traditional Mexican food.
Hosting your fiesta for Cinco de Mayo
Are you thinking what we’re thinking? This is an excellent opportunity to invite your friends and family to celebrate a heroic date for freedom, and at the same time, enjoy having a wonderful time together with some amazing food.
4 Cacique recipes to say Viva Mmmexico!
Make your 5 de Mayo party last forever in your guests’ memories with these four incredibly delicious and easy recipes. From salty and spicy to sweet and yummy, we got you covered.
Picture half-moons of soft dough filled with the deliciousness of Cacique Pork Chorizo and Queso Fresco. To say that they’re simply delicious is an understatement.
A favorite dish all over Mexico, sopes are basically happiness on top of a thick corn flour shell. Once you try one, you’ll know what we mean.
Flauta, in Spanish, means flute – that sweet musical instrument used for delightful and happy melodies. On the other hand, these flautas are delightful tortillas stuffed with cheese, sliced serrano, and scrumptiousness that bring happy melodies to your taste buds.
Have you ever bitten into a pastry and felt as if you’re levitating with pleasure? Well, this is your chance. These soft and tender bundles of yumminess are the perfect ending to a perfect celebration. Viva México!
Delight your guests with beautiful décor, adding color and texture to your home with papel picado – a beautiful and decorative craft made by cutting designs into sheets of colored tissue paper. This colorful tradition originated in the town of San Salvador Huixcolotla, Mexico and is used all over the world in many different varieties.
Piñata Napkin Rings
Brighten your dining table with these lively colored napkin rings. They’re easy to make with the same paper as papel picado and are always a hit.
Using the same paper as for the papel picado, decorate empty tissue boxes to make these adorable mini piñatas. You can also fill them up with candies and hand them out to children.