Cinco de Mayo

What’s For Dinner: Chipotle Pepper and Cumin Roasted Chicken Fajitas

DIY’ing at the dinner table has always been a thing in my family. Growing up the most popular make it yourself spread was the chicken fajita. And while these memories are of simpler times, i.e., shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, Kraft shredded cheddar, and grilled chicken, there is no denying that the famous sizzlin’ fajita is just really damn delish, no matter the sum of the parts.

By classing it up a bit with authentic Mexican spices, restaurant worthy – make ahead side dishes, and some adult beverages, fajita night is still a major thing in adulthood (wait, I have to be an adult?). So when days like Cinco de Mayo roll around, or just about any other Friday night, the fajita is one serious party participation pleaser.

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Paloma Milagrosa

Palomas are just the best and they’re especially the best when they’re made with Milagro. Perfect for day, night, breakfast, whatever.

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Carpe Dia Punch

We love a great punch bowl. Tequila and tea make this punch our go-to Cinco de Mayo group cocktail for a weekday party. Prep the morning of or night before, keep in the fridge and finish off with the beer and garnishes right before guests arrive.

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