Cinco de Mayo
While chefs appreciate Mexican cuisine's day in the sun every May 5, they're not totally on board with the way the U.S. has appropriated their food.
You can't go wrong with the classic, but why limit yourself?
"If that's the only thing you know about my culture, you've lived a very, very sad life."
Cinco de Mayo is an important Mexican holiday, so let's not reduce it to an excuse to drink while wearing a sombrero.
Seriously, put the sombrero down.
Some are calling Pence's party "Cinco de Mayonnaise."
Organizers of the annual event in Philadelphia said it's not the time for a joyful celebration.