Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

Kentucky Derby & Cinco De Mayo Recipes

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It's a big food party weekend with BOTH the Kentucky Derby and Cinco de Mayo landing on the same day! Looking for grub to get down with? Look no further, we've got you covered for whatever you feel like celebrating, or maybe, a mix of both.

For the Derby:
Southern Cooking Show with Spearmint Juleps, Pimento Cheese and Crackers, Chilled Sweet Potato Salad, Oven Fried Chicken

For Cinco de Mayo:
Taco Night with a Taco Bar, Carnitas, Salsa Cruda, Mangos with Chili and Make Your Own Margaritas
Mexican-Style Turkey Dinner with Citrus-Chili Turkey Breast, Creamed Corn with Jalapenos and Mexican-Style Tomato Salad
All About Pork with Green Chile and Tomatillo Pork Stew, Corn Tortillas, Citrus-Tequila Cocktail
Weekend Cook with Tamales, Salsa Verde, Aqua Fresca
Mexica Comida Authentica with Budin Azteca, Mexican Corn, Vampiro

Comments (5)

  • Here's a great Cinco de Mayo breakfast idea!

  • Best salsa ever and so easy to make, you are right, forget the jar stuff. Excellent, we could not stop eating it.

  • I wanted to make something southern traditional for the derby so I made the pimento cheese and it was a success! people loved it. I'll make it again for sure.

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