According to History.com, Cinco de Mayo marks the day in 1864 when the Mexican army won the Battle of Puebla in the Franco-Mexican War. The holiday has become a celebration of Mexican heritage and culture here in the United States.
Tasty Mexican Recipes
If you like delicious Mexican foods and like to cook, try one of these tasty and healthy recipes from Cleveland Wellness Clinic 360-5: chipotle chicken and corn tamale pie, wild guacamole or very veggie salsa.
Where to Go Out to Celebrate
If going out is more your style, why not have a Cinco de Mayo dinner at , or ? Enjoy!
Debbie’s Daily Dose of Food for Thought
Having a sense of belonging and being proud of your heritage are important. As James Russell Lowell once said, "There is something magnificent in having a country to love." Keep this in mind as you join in the festivities of Cinco de Mayo and have fun!