Holidays Cinco de Mayo May 5, 20062 Comments1 min read That’s “the fifth of May.” Wikipedia A brief history of the day. 5 Tex-Mex recipes / Hundreds of Mexican recipes / More recipes for Cinco de Mayo Hits: 0ShareShareTweetEmailClipPrint
Oh, yes. That warning is very appropriate. Actually there is “gringo Mexican food” up here, and a little real Mexican or Tex-Mex food. But you usually have to travel an hour or three to get something authentic (e.g. El Paraiso in Lexington), or get a friend with the proper roots to do something up for you. It’s worth the effort.
Haven’t been to Texas for probably 25 years. Sad. But we will remember the offer!
My traveling spouse warns against ordering regional food outside the region, and I donâ€™t know that I would dare order Mexican food in Nebraska, but nevertheless I salute your observance of Cinco de Mayo and if you come down here to Texas we will take you out for the real thing. . . . .