Cinco de Mayo: Homemade Tortilla Chips and Classic Guacamole

No Cinco de Mayo celebration could ever hope to be complete without homemade tortilla chips and classic guacamole. Don’t know how to make them? Relax, amigo, we’ve got you covered with these two quick and easy recipes.

148 Margarita Recipes to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Everyday

The Margarita is the most common tequila-based cocktail in the United States and is also the most popular alcoholic beverage on Cinco de Mayo, the Mexican holiday celebrating a victory against the French in 1862. To celebrate the anniversary of Cinco de Mayo we are proud to provide you with 148 different Margarita recipes. Drink safely,… Read More >

4 Unique Ways to Use Guacamole, It’s Not Just for Tacos!

With Cinco de Mayo coming up in less than a month, it’s time to think about how you’ll celebrate! Guacamole is one of the most versatile Mexican foods because it tastes great in a variety of dishes. It’s not just for tacos! Here are some unique ways to use guacamole this Cinco de Mayo:

6 Foods to Serve on St. Patrick’s Day

  No matter what I decide to do on Saint Patrick’s Day, I know that eating traditional Irish food will be on my agenda. Since it falls on a Wednesday this year, why not have people over to celebrate instead of going out? You can still wear green, drink Irish beer, and eat traditional food… Read More >

A Short History of St. Patrick’s Day

It’s that time of year again. Time to don your favorite green apparel and hit your local pub, or your home, for some green beer or a pint of Guinness. But why do we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? And why is green associated with this holiday?

25 Boredom Busting Ideas For Kids

Quarantine or no quarantine, kids get bored. Add in working from home when your children are home too and it can quickly turn into a recipe for disaster. Juggling work expectations while also trying to be a teacher or a replacement camp counselor frazzles even the most patient and creative parent. Which is why we… Read More >

4 Valentine’s Day Traditions From Around the World

Today in the United States, about 190 million Valentine’s Day cards are sent each year. Although it has become an increasingly commercialized holiday, its origins are based on love. St. Valentine’s Day began as a religious celebration of the Christian Saint Valentinus, who supposedly performed weddings for soldiers who were forbidden to marry. Valentine’s Day… Read More >

Crazy Valentine’s Day Facts

Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and that means candy hearts and cuddly teddy bears are everywhere! Single or coupled, there is no escaping Valentine’s Day until February 15th. Here are some crazy statistics about how we celebrate Valentine’s Day. What will you be buying this year for your… Read More >