Tomorrow marks the day where the colors red, white, and green can be seen flying over many restaurants, and items like Flautas, Micheladas, and Tres Leches seep into menus everywhere. While many Americans have finally figured out that Cinco de Mayo is not actually Mexico’s Independence Day, few still know what it really stands for. Cinco de Mayo is actually a celebration of Mexico’s unexpected victory over France in the 1862 Battle of Puebla.
But to get an even better idea of this much celebrated festivity as well as Mexican cuisine in general, we went to he who knows best, our good friend Chef Aaron Sanchez. He shared with us some insight of what Cinco de Mayo means to him and a new view into Mexican cuisine.
Here’s what he shared with us… Read More