By Jason Heidemann for the Orbitz Travel Blog Yeah, we'd like to spend the coming year traveling the globe, but reality bites and neither our boss no...
There are plenty of other tequila and mezcal cocktails that highlight Mexico's beloved agave spirits.
Australia may be a long way from Mexico, but Flinders Lane isn't letting geography get in the way of a perfectly good drinking holiday, throwing what looks to be the day's most star-studded affair.
We found some classier drinks that still have a Mexican flair.
I plan to celebrate along with the rest of you all in the U. S. of A. with tasty foods and margaritas.
I hate to think people actually believe those stereotypes, but it's likely some do. Or maybe they simply don't stop to think about how hurtful and damaging those kinds of images can be.
Authentic Mexican cooking can now be found in kitchens from coast to coast.
This holiday has been commercialized by the food and liquor industry, and in the United States, Cinco de Mayo (similar to St. Patrick's Day) has become an excuse to imbibe spirits and help Corona and Dos Equis beer companies improve their market share. We need more contemporary and complex portrayals of cultures.
Cinco de Mayo -- the perfect excuse to feast on all your favorite Mexican foods. These delicious dishes are some of my most requested Ole!
Memorial Day is a holiday of sizzling burgers, icy cold drinks and the warm-but-not-scorching sun giving you some pre-summer color. With this in mind, you think, "I should totally go away for the weekend!"
Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner and I've got an easy gluten-free menu for you that can be whipped up in no time.
Cinco de Mayo, eat your heart out.
We all are familiar with Día de los Muertos -- the white face paint, the illustrations of grinning skulls, the panoramas of skeleton musicians and dancers. However, there is still great confusion in America about what this holiday actually signifies. Although it takes place at the same time of year as Halloween and shares the theme of ghostly visitors, there are fundamental differences.
This is not about being politically correct. It's about not being ignorant.
Most people just don't know what Cinco de Mayo is about, beyond the fact that it is an excuse to guzzle tequila. They do not know that the event commemorates an heroic battle for the city of Puebla. Not Mexican Independence Day.
Cinco de Mayo is more than an excuse to drink margaritas.