Celebrating Cinco de Mayo is all about tequila, friends and, of course, food.
Cinco de Mayo is actually a much more random and bittersweet blip on the radar of Mexican history.
Like Cinco de Mayo, cemitas, (sandwiches), hail from the city of Puebla and are especiales at Café Ollin.
And there is no better excuse to drink tequila (worm and all) and don a sombrero than Cinco de Mayo.
And yet Cinco de Mayo can veer so, so quickly into Cinco de Weirdly Racist Douchebaggery.
Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, award-winning Latin recipe queen Deborah Schneider is out with a new book, Amor y Tacos.
Bush will come on TV to talk about anything—even inane stuff like Cinco de Mayo parades—in order to evangelize for the GOP.
No Cinco de Mayo celebration would be complete without an abundant bowl of guacamole.
The picture is entitled "Cinco de Mayo," the date of the conflict.