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Cinco de Mayo Eetgids 2012

Cinco de Mayo Eetgids 2012

Cinco de Mayo is 'n vakansiedag om die Mexikaanse erfenis te vier, maar die meeste mense beskou dit as 'n verskoning om 'n paar tequila -skote terug te gooi as wat hulle gewoonlik sou hou en die hele nag te partytjie hou. Vir die siele wat wil deelneem aan die lewendige feeste, het The Daily Meal u gedek met hierdie landwye eetgids.

, New York - Hierdie taqueria in die Murray Hill -woonbuurt in Manhattan bied vanjaar 'n spesiale spyskaart ter viering van Cinco de Mayo aan. Geniet lewendige musiek, 'n oop kroeg en geregte soos die restaurant se kenmerkende Tuna on Crack (pittige tonyn, avokado, komkommer en chipotle -aioli bedien met tortillaskyfies), geroosterde mielies en 'n verskeidenheid quesadillas). Sitplekke om 13:00, 15:00 en 17:00 is $ 100 per persoon en die sitplek om 20:00. kos $ 125 per persoon. (Foto met vergunning van Teqa)

La Sandia, Santa Monica, Kalifornië - Die restaurante van Richard Sandoval hou 'n Guacamole -fees tydens hierdie Cinco de Mayo, en die vieringe sal vyf variasies bevat oor hierdie geliefde avokadopluis. Sandoval se ander restaurante, Pampano en Maya, bied ook hierdie naweek spesiale spyskaarte vir die vakansie aan.

Distrito, Philadelphia - Jose Garces begin Cinco de Mayo met 'n spesiale brunch -spyskaart en bied dan $ 5 margaritas en kosaanbiedings gedurende die dag aan. Verwag suikermielies met queso fresco en chipotle mayo, en nachos met gegrilde steak en hoenderalambres.

New York Sentraal, New York - Gaan na hierdie restaurant in die Grand Hyatt -hotel in Manhattan as u op soek is na 'n lekker eetervaring in hierdie Cinco de Mayo. Die sjef Christian Ragano sal gerookte Florida -garnale -taco's en die kenmerkende margarita van die restaurant bedien.

(via Tackle Box), Washington, DC-Aangesien die konstruksie van die nuutste onderneming van sjef Mike Isabella, Bandolero, langer neem as wat verwag is, neem hy Tackle Box tydelik in die Cleveland Park-omgewing oor om sy nuwe Mexikaans-geïnspireerde spyskaart te toets. Op Cinco de Mayo bied "Bandolero" geregte en à la carte -drankies aan, insluitend 'n verskeidenheid Mexikaanse dips, taco's, enchiladas en margaritas. (Foto met vergunning van Greg Powers)

El Vez, Philadelphia - Stephen Starr se Mexikaanse hotspot bied 'n Cinco de Mayo -blokpartytjie aan wat om 12.00 uur begin en insluitende vloeiende margaritas, 'n DJ en lewendige musiek, en natuurlik ook baie kos om rond te gaan.

Tres, San Francisco - Tres begin die Cinco de Mayo -feeste 'n dag vroeg met Luchadores -stoei met LIVE 105's No Name as Captain Insaneo en die Chicano Flames vir 'Quatro De Mayhem'. Kyk na die aksie en geniet 'n gratis taco -bar vir die eerste uur van die geleentheid. Tydens die vakansie bied die restaurant en kroeg die hele dag 'n verskeidenheid van hul huisspesialiteite, asook tequila- en bieraanbiedings.

Mad Dog & Beans

, New York - Gaan na Stone Street in die finansiële distrik van Manhattan vir 'n verregaande Cinco de Mayo -viering wat deur Mad Dog & Beans aangebied word. Hulle beplan 'n naweek -uitreiking van feeste, insluitend verskillende prysuitdelings en lotings (u kan 'n geskenkkaart vir 'n restaurant, 'n iPad of selfs 'n vakansie wen). Hulle werk saam met Patrón en Dos Equis om drankaanbiedings aan te bied saam met hul spyskaart met Mexikaanse spesialiteite. (Foto met vergunning van Facebook/Mad Dog & Beans)

Mad Mex, Philadelphia - Die viering by Mad Mex begin met 'Breakfast Mex', met 'n verskeidenheid outentieke Mexikaanse geregte om die dag op die regte pad te begin. Dit word gevolg deur $ 5 Dos Equis -konsepte die hele dag, saam met ander kos- en drankaanbiedinge. Gee kans om 'n jaar gratis kos en drank by Mad Mex te wen.

, New Orleans - Kom langs by Superior Grill se jaarlikse Cinco de Mayo Block Party vir 'n unieke vakansieviering. Geniet guacamole, salsa en baie taco's, saam met vuilgoedkoop margarita en bieraanbiedings. Die vermaak word verskaf deur 'n aantal plaaslike orkeste. (Foto met vergunning van Facebook/Superior Grill)

Poquitos, Seattle - Behalwe dat hulle hul volledige spyskaart met outentieke Mexikaanse geregte die hele dag aanbied, sal Poquitos ook hul nuutste brousel van Elysian Brewing, "Hombre" Mexican Lager, bekendstel.


Die geheim om 'n michelada te maak, die perfekte opknapper van Cinco de Mayo

A michelada is die perfekte opknapper vir Cinco de Mayo.

Hy was 'n vatborstige, gemoedelike kêrel wat testosteroon afblaas en asemhaal asof elke sluk lug 'n reinigende asem was. Hy het 'n gruisstem, en nadat hy 'n sin gegrom het, herhaal hy die kern van wat hy pas gesê het. Aan Seinfeld hulle het hom dalk die Twice Talker of die Double Speaker genoem, maar in die caddy yard het ons hom Rob Kaufman genoem Rob Kaufman die ou wat alles twee keer twee keer sê.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman het 'n paar dooies in sy arsenaal gehad. As 'n skoot net te kort kom, skel hy homself en die bal met 'n opwindende gejuig wat ondersteuners van 'n plaaslike hoërskoolspan gebruik het. '' N bietjie harder, Penn Charter! 'N Bietjie har-der!”**

As Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman 'n rit gerook het, skuif sy robuuste fraseologie skielik en terwyl die bal vlug, suid van die grens. “Órale! Órale!"(Vertaling: Komaan! of Regso! Kies onlangs.) Ek lag onlangs aan die lag toe ek aan die gedagte dink toe ek dink dat Cinco de Mayo nader kom, wat weer 'n gedagte aanleiding gee tot 'n ander bynaam: Redeye, wat self 'n bynaam vir 'n michelada is. , 'n drankie wat sy oorsprong in Mexiko het.

Redeye se voornaam is Vince, maar sy broers en susters en baie ou vriende noem hom Bud. Vir sy vrou is hy rooi, want hy het rooi hare. Hy word soms Redeye genoem deur ander kinders wat op die hoek in Philly hang, maar die weergawe van sy bynaam word meer algemeen gebruik toe 'n pa se vriend opgemerk het dat hy 'n dooie oogspeler is, en Rooi plus deadeye is gelyk aan Redeye. Toe kom die gholftoernooi.

Op 'n Maandag in 1970 organiseer Bud 'n klein gholfuitstappie vir 'n paar seuns uit die hoek. Dit was Vlagdag, en Bud is pas vrygelaat uit die Amerikaanse weermag, waar hy 'n veldwagter was en in Viëtnam gedien het totdat hy 'n besonder slegte dag daar gehad het. Hy is huis toe gevlieg in 'n liggaam en hou daarvan om 'n grap te maak dat die eerste ding wat sy pa gesê het toe hy hom in die hospitaal gesien het, was "ek het jou gesê om by die vloot aan te sluit."

Hy het op 'n keer met my gepraat op die oomblik dat hy sy eerste bier gedrink het toe hy aan die kant was, in 'n bus wat hom na die militêre hospitaal vervoer het. Hy het meer genot daaruit put om net oor die bier te praat as wat ek ooit gedrink het. Bud synde Bud, dit wil sê een van die wonderlikste mense wat u ooit sou kon ontmoet, die ware kampioen van die uitstappie was die speler met die hoogste telling. Die prys was 'n geval van Schmidt's, 'n Philadelphia-bier wat nou opgehou is. Die nege spelers het die bier op die parkeerterrein gedrink. Een van die ouens het geblogde balle as geskenk vir almal saamgebring: REDEYE OPEN.

Die Redeye het 16 jaar geduur, en weereens, aangesien Bud Bud was, sou hy 20 vriende nooi en vir hulle sê om hul vierkant in te vul.

Na 'n kort pouse keer die Redeye Open ses jaar terug as 'n vader-seun-geleentheid. Ek het onlangs met my broer Whitey 'n grap gemaak dat die Redeye destyds een van ons hoofvakke was. Die Redeye -trofee, wat Bud vir $ 10 by 'n Goodwill -winkel gekoop het, sit op 'n rak in sy motorhuis, twee deure langs die pad uit die huis wat my pa gebou het, langs die openbare kursus waar ek ontelbare ure jeug.

Ek gaan my 'n michelada in hierdie Cinco de Mayo meng, en as my vrou nogmaals haar gunsteling moron vra wat hy doen, sal ek sê: 'Making a Redeye!'

Daar is soveel maniere om 'n michelada te maak as om 'n slegte gholfhou te slaan. Ek begin deur 'n pintglas te versier met Tajín, 'n chili-soutmengsel. In die glas sal ek neersit:

& gt 2 oz vars lemmetjiesap
& gt 2 oz warm sous ("Órale! Órale!”)
& gt 1 teelepel Worcestershire -sous
& gt 2 oz tamatiesap
& gt 1 bottel Coronita (of Corona Premier as u lus is)

Hardcore michelada -resepte slaan die tamatiesap oor, maar ek hou van die kleur wat dit byvoeg. Terwyl ek my Redeye drink, sal ek dink aan iets wat Bud sê oor sy verskillende byname. 'Dit het nooit regtig vir my saak gemaak wat mense my noem nie,' sê hy. "Solank hulle glimlag."

*Die naam is verander om die onskuldige te beskerm, terwyl die kadens van die bynaam behoue ​​bly.

**Die kinders op die sitkom Die Goldbergs woon die William Penn Charter School by, alhoewel - nog 'n naamsverandering! - in die vertoning heet dit William Penn Academy.

Van links: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza en tequila is die hoekstene van die viering van Cinco de Mayo (saam met 'n paar moerse kos - gegrilde Mexikaanse straatmielies!). Die klassieke tequila -skoot vereis natuurlik dat die sout eers lek om die verbranding van die drank te vergemaklik (tweede), en die suig aan die kalk vul die geur aan. Probeer 'n paar hiervan as u iets wil verander. Begin altyd met goeie tequila, anders hoekom pla?

1. Sangrita: Hiervoor benodig u twee skootglas. Vul een met tequila. Kombineer dan ys, 1 oz vars lemoensap, 3/4 oz vars lemmetjiesap, 1/2 oz grenadine en 'n paar stukkies warm sous, maar nie meer as vyf nie. Skud daai ruk! Giet in ander glas. Skiet tequila, jaag met sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Gooi ys in die skemerkelkie -skudder en giet 3/4 oz lychee -likeur en dieselfde van blanco tequila in. Skud daai ruk! Klop terug! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie brand: Giet 'n skeut tequila en 'n paar skeut warm sous na smaak. My boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexikaanse vlag: Hiervoor benodig u 'n lepel. Giet 1/3 gram grenadine in u glas, dryf dan 1/3 oz tequila, en dryf dan 1/3 oz creme de menthe. Om die drank te dryf, gooi dit oor die agterkant van 'n lepel en laat dit in die glas drup. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran meen dit is 'n beter idee om dit gedurende die hele Mayo te vier, nie net op cinco nie.


Die geheim om 'n michelada te maak, die perfekte opknapper van Cinco de Mayo

A michelada is die perfekte opknapper vir Cinco de Mayo.

Hy was 'n vatborstige, gemoedelike kêrel wat testosteroon afblaas en asemhaal asof elke sluk lug 'n reinigende asem was. Hy het 'n gruisstem, en nadat hy 'n sin gegrom het, herhaal hy die kern van wat hy pas gesê het. Aan Seinfeld hulle het hom dalk die Twice Talker of die Double Speaker genoem, maar in die caddy yard het ons hom Rob Kaufman genoem Rob Kaufman die ou wat alles twee keer twee keer sê.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman het 'n paar dooies in sy arsenaal gehad. As 'n skoot net te kort kom, skel hy homself en die bal uit met 'n opwindende gejuig wat ondersteuners van 'n plaaslike hoërskoolspan gebruik het. '' N bietjie harder, Penn Charter! 'N Bietjie har-der!”**

As Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman 'n rit rook, skuif sy robuuste fraseologie skielik en terwyl die bal vlug, suid van die grens. “Órale! Órale!"(Vertaling: Komaan! of Regso! Kies onlangs.) Ek lag onlangs aan die lag toe ek aan die gedagte dink toe ek dink dat Cinco de Mayo nader kom, wat weer 'n gedagte aanleiding gee tot 'n ander bynaam: Redeye, wat self 'n bynaam vir 'n michelada is. , 'n drankie wat sy oorsprong in Mexiko het.

Redeye se voornaam is Vince, maar sy broers en susters en baie ou vriende noem hom Bud. Vir sy vrou is hy rooi, want hy het rooi hare. Hy is soms Redeye genoem deur ander kinders wat op die hoek in Philly hang, maar die weergawe van sy bynaam word meer algemeen gebruik toe 'n pa se vriend opgemerk het dat hy 'n dooie oogspeler is, en Rooi plus deadeye is gelyk aan Redeye. Toe kom die gholftoernooi.

Op 'n Maandag in 1970 organiseer Bud 'n klein gholfuitstappie vir 'n paar seuns uit die hoek. Dit was Vlagdag, en Bud is pas vrygelaat uit die Amerikaanse weermag, waar hy 'n veldwagter was en in Viëtnam gedien het totdat hy 'n besonder slegte dag daar gehad het. Hy is huis toe gevlieg in 'n liggaam en hou daarvan om 'n grap te maak dat die eerste ding wat sy pa gesê het toe hy hom in die hospitaal gesien het, was "ek het jou gesê om by die vloot aan te sluit."

Hy het op 'n keer met my gepraat op die oomblik dat hy sy eerste bier op die buiteland gedrink het, in 'n bus wat hom na die militêre hospitaal vervoer het. Hy het meer genot daaruit put om net oor die bier te praat as wat ek ooit gedrink het. Bud synde Bud, dit wil sê een van die wonderlikste mense wat u ooit sou kon ontmoet, die ware kampioen van die uitstappie was die speler met die hoogste telling. Die prys was 'n geval van Schmidt's, 'n Philadelphia-bier wat nou opgehou is. Die nege spelers het die bier op die parkeerterrein gedrink. Een van die ouens het geblogde balle as geskenk vir almal saamgebring: REDEYE OPEN.

Die Redeye het 16 jaar geduur, en weereens, aangesien Bud Bud was, sou hy 20 vriende nooi en vir hulle sê om hul vierkant in te vul.

Na 'n kort pouse keer die Redeye Open ses jaar terug as 'n pa-seun-geleentheid. Ek het onlangs met my broer Whitey 'n grap gemaak dat die Redeye destyds een van ons hoofvakke was. Die Redeye -trofee, wat Bud vir $ 10 by 'n Goodwill -winkel gekoop het, sit op 'n rak in sy motorhuis, twee deure langs die pad van die huis wat my pa gebou het, langs die openbare kursus waar ek talle ure van my jeug.

Ek gaan my 'n michelada in hierdie Cinco de Mayo meng, en as my vrou nogmaals haar gunsteling moron vra wat hy doen, sal ek sê: 'Making a Redeye!'

Daar is soveel maniere om 'n michelada te maak as om 'n slegte gholfhou te slaan. Ek begin met 'n pintglas met Tajín, 'n chili-soutmengsel. In die glas sal ek neersit:

& gt 2 oz vars lemmetjiesap
& g 2 oz warm sous ("Órale! Órale!”)
& gt 1 teelepel Worcestershire -sous
& gt 2 oz tamatiesap
& gt 1 bottel Coronita (of Corona Premier as u lus is)

Hardcore michelada -resepte slaan die tamatiesap oor, maar ek hou van die kleur wat dit byvoeg. Terwyl ek my Redeye drink, sal ek dink aan iets wat Bud sê oor sy verskillende byname. 'Dit het nooit regtig vir my saak gemaak wat mense my noem nie,' sê hy. "Solank hulle glimlag."

*Die naam is verander om die onskuldige te beskerm, terwyl die kadens van die bynaam behoue ​​bly.

**Die kinders op die sitkom Die Goldbergs woon die William Penn Charter School by, alhoewel - nog 'n naamsverandering! - in die vertoning heet dit William Penn Academy.

Van links: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza en tequila is die hoekstene van die viering van Cinco de Mayo (saam met 'n paar moerse kos - gegrilde Mexikaanse straatmielies!). Die klassieke tequila -skoot vereis natuurlik dat die sout eers lek om die verbranding van die drank te vergemaklik (tweede), en die suig aan die kalk vul die geur aan. Probeer 'n paar hiervan as u iets wil verander. Begin altyd met goeie tequila, anders hoekom pla?

1. Sangrita: Hiervoor benodig u twee skootglas. Vul een met tequila. Kombineer dan ys, 1 oz vars lemoensap, 3/4 oz vars lemmetjiesap, 1/2 oz grenadine en 'n paar stukkies warm sous, maar nie meer as vyf nie. Skud daai ruk! Giet in ander glas. Skiet tequila, jaag met sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Gooi ys in die skemerkelkie en gooi 3/4 oz lychee likeur en dieselfde van blanco tequila in. Skud daai ruk! Klop terug! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie brand: Giet 'n skeut tequila en 'n paar skeut warm sous na smaak. My boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexikaanse vlag: Hiervoor benodig u 'n lepel. Giet 1/3 gram grenadine in u glas, dryf dan 1/3 oz tequila, en dryf dan 1/3 oz creme de menthe. Om die drank te dryf, gooi dit oor die agterkant van 'n lepel en laat dit in die glas drup. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran meen dit is 'n beter idee om dit gedurende die hele Mayo te vier, nie net op cinco nie.


Die geheim om 'n michelada te maak, die perfekte opknapper van Cinco de Mayo

A michelada is die perfekte opknapper vir Cinco de Mayo.

Hy was 'n vatborstige, gemoedelike kêrel wat testosteroon afblaas en asemhaal asof elke sluk lug 'n reinigende asem was. Hy het 'n gruisstem, en nadat hy 'n sin gegrom het, herhaal hy die kern van wat hy pas gesê het. Aan Seinfeld hulle het hom dalk die Twice Talker of die Double Speaker genoem, maar in die caddy yard het ons hom Rob Kaufman genoem Rob Kaufman die ou wat alles twee keer twee keer sê.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman het 'n paar dooies in sy arsenaal gehad. As 'n skoot net te kort kom, skel hy homself en die bal uit met 'n opwindende gejuig wat ondersteuners van 'n plaaslike hoërskoolspan gebruik het. '' N bietjie harder, Penn Charter! 'N Bietjie har-der!”**

As Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman 'n rit rook, skuif sy robuuste fraseologie skielik en terwyl die bal vlug, suid van die grens. “Órale! Órale!"(Vertaling: Komaan! of Regso! Kies onlangs.) Ek lag onlangs aan die lag toe ek aan die gedagte dink toe ek dink dat Cinco de Mayo nader kom, wat weer 'n gedagte aanleiding gee tot 'n ander bynaam: Redeye, wat self 'n bynaam vir 'n michelada is. , 'n drankie wat sy oorsprong in Mexiko het.

Redeye se voornaam is Vince, maar sy broers en susters en baie ou vriende noem hom Bud. Vir sy vrou is hy rooi, want hy het rooi hare. Hy is soms Redeye genoem deur ander kinders wat op die hoek in Philly hang, maar die weergawe van sy bynaam word meer algemeen gebruik toe 'n pa se vriend opgemerk het dat hy 'n dooie oogspeler is, en Rooi plus deadeye is gelyk aan Redeye. Toe kom die gholftoernooi.

Op 'n Maandag in 1970 organiseer Bud 'n klein gholfuitstappie vir 'n paar seuns uit die hoek. Dit was Vlagdag, en Bud is pas vrygelaat uit die Amerikaanse weermag, waar hy 'n veldwagter was en in Viëtnam gedien het totdat hy 'n besonder slegte dag daar gehad het. Hy is huis toe gevlieg in 'n liggaam en hou daarvan om 'n grap te maak dat die eerste ding wat sy pa gesê het toe hy hom in die hospitaal gesien het, was "ek het jou gesê om by die vloot aan te sluit."

Hy het op 'n keer met my gepraat op die oomblik dat hy sy eerste bier gedrink het toe hy aan die kant was, in 'n bus wat hom na die militêre hospitaal vervoer het. Hy het meer genot daaruit put om net oor die bier te praat as wat ek ooit gedrink het. Bud synde Bud, dit wil sê een van die wonderlikste mense wat u ooit sou kon ontmoet, die ware kampioen van die uitstappie was die speler met die hoogste telling. Die prys was 'n geval van Schmidt's, 'n Philadelphia-bier wat nou opgehou is. Die nege spelers het die bier op die parkeerterrein gedrink. Een van die ouens het geblogde balle as geskenk vir almal saamgebring: REDEYE OPEN.

Die Redeye het 16 jaar geduur, en weereens, aangesien Bud Bud was, sou hy 20 vriende nooi en vir hulle sê om hul vierkant in te vul.

Na 'n kort pouse keer die Redeye Open ses jaar terug as 'n vader-seun-geleentheid. Ek het onlangs met my broer Whitey 'n grap gemaak dat die Redeye destyds een van ons hoofvakke was. Die Redeye -trofee, wat Bud vir $ 10 by 'n Goodwill -winkel gekoop het, sit op 'n rak in sy motorhuis, twee deure langs die pad van die huis wat my pa gebou het, langs die openbare kursus waar ek talle ure van my jeug.

Ek gaan my 'n michelada in hierdie Cinco de Mayo meng, en as my vrou nogmaals haar gunsteling moron vra wat hy doen, sal ek sê: 'Making a Redeye!'

Daar is soveel maniere om 'n michelada te maak as om 'n slegte gholfhou te slaan. Ek begin deur 'n pintglas te versier met Tajín, 'n chili-soutmengsel. In die glas sal ek neersit:

& gt 2 oz vars lemmetjiesap
& g 2 oz warm sous ("Órale! Órale!”)
& gt 1 teelepel Worcestershire -sous
& gt 2 oz tamatiesap
& gt 1 bottel Coronita (of Corona Premier as u lus is)

Hardcore michelada -resepte slaan die tamatiesap oor, maar ek hou van die kleur wat dit byvoeg. Terwyl ek my Redeye drink, sal ek dink aan iets wat Bud sê oor sy verskillende byname. 'Dit het nooit regtig vir my saak gemaak wat mense my noem nie,' sê hy. "Solank hulle glimlag."

*Die naam is verander om die onskuldige te beskerm, terwyl die kadens van die bynaam behoue ​​bly.

**Die kinders op die sitkom Die Goldbergs woon die William Penn Charter School by, alhoewel - nog 'n naamsverandering! - in die vertoning heet dit William Penn Academy.

Van links: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza en tequila is die hoekstene van die viering van Cinco de Mayo (saam met 'n paar moerse kos - gegrilde Mexikaanse straatmielies!). Die klassieke tequila -skoot vereis natuurlik dat die sout eers lek om die verbranding van die drank te vergemaklik (tweede), en die suig aan die kalk vul die geur aan. Probeer 'n paar hiervan as u iets wil verander. Begin altyd met goeie tequila, anders hoekom pla?

1. Sangrita: Hiervoor benodig u twee skootglas. Vul een met tequila. Kombineer dan ys, 1 oz vars lemoensap, 3/4 oz vars limoensap, 1/2 oz grenadine en 'n paar stukkies warm sous, maar nie meer as vyf nie. Skud daai ruk! Giet in ander glas. Skiet tequila, jaag met sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Gooi ys in die skemerkelkie -skudder en giet 3/4 oz lychee -likeur en dieselfde van blanco tequila in. Skud daai ruk! Klop terug! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie brand: Giet 'n skeut tequila en 'n paar skeut warm sous na smaak. My boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexikaanse vlag: Hiervoor benodig u 'n lepel. Giet 1/3 gram grenadine in u glas, dryf dan 1/3 oz tequila, en dryf dan 1/3 oz creme de menthe. Om die drank te dryf, gooi dit oor die agterkant van 'n lepel en laat dit in die glas drup. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran meen dit is 'n beter idee om dit gedurende die hele Mayo te vier, nie net op cinco nie.


Die geheim om 'n michelada te maak, die perfekte opknapper van Cinco de Mayo

A michelada is die perfekte opknapper vir Cinco de Mayo.

Hy was 'n vatborstige, gemoedelike kêrel wat testosteroon afblaas en asemhaal asof elke sluk lug 'n reinigende asem was. Hy het 'n gruisstem, en nadat hy 'n sin gegrom het, herhaal hy die kern van wat hy pas gesê het. Aan Seinfeld hulle het hom dalk die Twice Talker of die Double Speaker genoem, maar in die caddy yard het ons hom Rob Kaufman genoem Rob Kaufman die ou wat alles twee keer twee keer sê.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman het 'n paar dooies in sy arsenaal gehad. As 'n skoot net te kort kom, skel hy homself en die bal uit met 'n opwindende gejuig wat ondersteuners van 'n plaaslike hoërskoolspan gebruik het. '' N bietjie harder, Penn Charter! 'N Bietjie har-der!”**

As Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman 'n rit gerook het, skuif sy robuuste fraseologie skielik en terwyl die bal vlug, suid van die grens. “Órale! Órale!"(Vertaling: Komaan! of Regso! Kies onlangs.) Ek lag onlangs aan die lag toe ek aan die gedagte dink toe ek dink dat Cinco de Mayo nader kom, wat weer 'n gedagte aanleiding gee tot 'n ander bynaam: Redeye, wat self 'n bynaam vir 'n michelada is. , 'n drankie wat sy oorsprong in Mexiko het.

Redeye se voornaam is Vince, maar sy broers en susters en baie ou vriende noem hom Bud. Vir sy vrou is hy rooi, want hy het rooi hare. Hy is soms Redeye genoem deur ander kinders wat op die hoek in Philly hang, maar die weergawe van sy bynaam word meer algemeen gebruik toe 'n pa se vriend opgemerk het dat hy 'n dooie oogspeler is, en Rooi plus deadeye is gelyk aan Redeye. Toe kom die gholftoernooi.

Op 'n Maandag in 1970 organiseer Bud 'n klein gholfuitstappie vir 'n paar seuns uit die hoek. Dit was vlagdag, en Bud is pas vrygelaat uit die Amerikaanse weermag, waar hy 'n veldwagter was en in Viëtnam gedien het totdat hy 'n besonder slegte dag daar gehad het. Hy is huis toe gevlieg in 'n liggaam en hou daarvan om 'n grap te maak dat die eerste ding wat sy pa gesê het toe hy hom in die hospitaal gesien het, was "ek het jou gesê om by die vloot aan te sluit."

Hy het op 'n keer met my gepraat op die oomblik dat hy sy eerste bier op die buiteland gedrink het, in 'n bus wat hom na die militêre hospitaal vervoer het. Hy het meer genot daaruit put om net oor die bier te praat as wat ek ooit gedrink het. Bud synde Bud, dit wil sê een van die wonderlikste mense wat u ooit sou kon ontmoet, die ware kampioen van die uitstappie was die speler met die hoogste telling. Die prys was 'n geval van Schmidt's, 'n Philadelphia-bier wat nou opgehou is. Die nege spelers het die bier op die parkeerterrein gedrink. Een van die ouens het geblogde balle saamgebring as 'n geskenk vir almal: REDEYE OPEN.

Die Redeye het 16 jaar geduur, en weereens, aangesien Bud Bud was, sou hy 20 vriende nooi en vir hulle sê om hul vierkant in te vul.

Na 'n kort pouse keer die Redeye Open ses jaar terug as 'n vader-seun-geleentheid. Ek het onlangs met my broer Whitey 'n grap gemaak dat die Redeye destyds een van ons hoofvakke was. Die Redeye -trofee, wat Bud vir $ 10 by 'n Goodwill -winkel gekoop het, sit op 'n rak in sy motorhuis, twee deure langs die pad van die huis wat my pa gebou het, langs die openbare kursus waar ek talle ure van my jeug.

Ek gaan my 'n michelada in hierdie Cinco de Mayo meng, en as my vrou nogmaals haar gunsteling moron vra wat hy doen, sal ek sê: 'Making a Redeye!'

Daar is soveel maniere om 'n michelada te maak as om 'n slegte gholfhou te slaan. Ek begin met 'n pintglas met Tajín, 'n chili-soutmengsel. In die glas sal ek neersit:

& gt 2 oz vars lemmetjiesap
& gt 2 oz warm sous ("Órale! Órale!”)
& gt 1 teelepel Worcestershire -sous
& gt 2 oz tamatiesap
& gt 1 bottel Coronita (of Corona Premier as u lus is)

Hardcore michelada -resepte slaan die tamatiesap oor, maar ek hou van die kleur wat dit byvoeg. Terwyl ek my Redeye drink, dink ek aan iets wat Bud sê oor sy verskillende byname. 'Dit het nooit regtig vir my saak gemaak wat mense my noem nie,' sê hy. "Solank hulle glimlag."

*Die naam is verander om die onskuldige te beskerm, terwyl die kadens van die bynaam behoue ​​bly.

**Die kinders op die sitkom Die Goldbergs woon die William Penn Charter School by, alhoewel - nog 'n naamsverandering! - in die vertoning heet dit William Penn Academy.

Van links: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza en tequila is die hoekstene van die viering van Cinco de Mayo (saam met 'n paar moerse kos - gegrilde Mexikaanse straatmielies!). Die klassieke tequila -skoot vereis natuurlik dat die sout eers lek om die verbranding van die drank te vergemaklik (tweede), en die suig aan die kalk vul die geur aan. Probeer 'n paar hiervan as u iets wil verander. Begin altyd met goeie tequila, anders hoekom pla?

1. Sangrita: Hiervoor benodig u twee skootglas. Vul een met tequila. Kombineer dan ys, 1 oz vars lemoensap, 3/4 oz vars lemmetjiesap, 1/2 oz grenadine en 'n paar stukkies warm sous, maar nie meer as vyf nie. Skud daai ruk! Giet in ander glas. Skiet tequila, jaag met sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Gooi ys in die skemerkelkie en gooi 3/4 oz lychee likeur en dieselfde van blanco tequila in. Skud daai ruk! Klop terug! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie brand: Giet 'n skeut tequila en 'n paar skeut warm sous na smaak. My boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexikaanse vlag: Hiervoor benodig u 'n lepel. Giet 1/3 gram grenadine in u glas, dryf dan 1/3 oz tequila, en dryf dan 1/3 oz creme de menthe. Om die drank te dryf, gooi dit oor die agterkant van 'n lepel en laat dit in die glas drup. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran meen dit is 'n beter idee om dit gedurende die hele Mayo te vier, nie net op cinco nie.


Die geheim om 'n michelada te maak, die perfekte opknapper van Cinco de Mayo

A michelada is die perfekte opknapper vir Cinco de Mayo.

Hy was 'n vatborstige, gemoedelike kêrel wat testosteroon afblaas en asemhaal asof elke sluk lug 'n reinigende asem was. Hy het 'n gruisstem, en nadat hy 'n sin gegrom het, herhaal hy die kern van wat hy pas gesê het. Aan Seinfeld hulle het hom dalk die Twice Talker of die Double Speaker genoem, maar in die caddy yard het ons hom Rob Kaufman genoem Rob Kaufman die ou wat alles twee keer twee keer sê.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman het 'n paar dooies in sy arsenaal gehad. As 'n skoot net te kort kom, skel hy homself en die bal uit met 'n opwindende gejuig wat ondersteuners van 'n plaaslike hoërskoolspan gebruik het. '' N bietjie harder, Penn Charter! 'N Bietjie har-der!”**

As Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman 'n rit rook, skuif sy robuuste fraseologie skielik en terwyl die bal vlug, suid van die grens. “Órale! Órale!"(Vertaling: Komaan! of Regso! Kies onlangs.) Ek lag onlangs aan die lag toe ek aan die gedagte dink toe ek dink dat Cinco de Mayo nader kom, wat weer 'n gedagte aanleiding gee tot 'n ander bynaam: Redeye, wat self 'n bynaam vir 'n michelada is. , 'n drankie wat sy oorsprong in Mexiko het.

Redeye se voornaam is Vince, maar sy broers en susters en baie ou vriende noem hom Bud. Vir sy vrou is hy rooi, want hy het rooi hare. Hy is soms Redeye genoem deur ander kinders wat op die hoek in Philly hang, maar die weergawe van sy bynaam word meer algemeen gebruik toe 'n pa se vriend opgemerk het dat hy 'n dooie oogspeler is, en Rooi plus deadeye is gelyk aan Redeye. Toe kom die gholftoernooi.

Op 'n Maandag in 1970 organiseer Bud 'n klein gholfuitstappie vir 'n paar seuns uit die hoek. Dit was vlagdag, en Bud is pas vrygelaat uit die Amerikaanse weermag, waar hy 'n veldwagter was en in Viëtnam gedien het totdat hy 'n besonder slegte dag daar gehad het. Hy is huis toe gevlieg in 'n liggaam en hou daarvan om 'n grap te maak dat die eerste ding wat sy pa gesê het toe hy hom in die hospitaal gesien het, was "ek het jou gesê om by die vloot aan te sluit."

Hy het op 'n keer met my gepraat op die oomblik dat hy sy eerste bier op die buiteland gedrink het, in 'n bus wat hom na die militêre hospitaal vervoer het. Hy het meer genot daaruit put om net oor die bier te praat as wat ek ooit gedrink het. Bud synde Bud, dit wil sê een van die wonderlikste mense wat u ooit sou kon ontmoet, die ware kampioen van die uitstappie was die speler met die hoogste telling. Die prys was 'n geval van Schmidt's, 'n Philadelphia-bier wat nou opgehou is. Die nege spelers het die bier op die parkeerterrein gedrink. Een van die ouens het geblogde balle as geskenk vir almal saamgebring: REDEYE OPEN.

Die Redeye het 16 jaar geduur, en weereens, aangesien Bud Bud was, sou hy 20 vriende nooi en vir hulle sê om hul vierkant in te vul.

Na 'n kort pouse keer die Redeye Open ses jaar terug as 'n vader-seun-geleentheid. Ek het onlangs met my broer Whitey 'n grap gemaak dat die Redeye destyds een van ons hoofvakke was. Die Redeye -trofee, wat Bud vir $ 10 by 'n Goodwill -winkel gekoop het, sit op 'n rak in sy motorhuis, twee deure langs die pad van die huis wat my pa gebou het, langs die openbare kursus waar ek talle ure van my jeug.

Ek gaan my 'n michelada in hierdie Cinco de Mayo deurmekaar maak, en as my vrou weer haar gunsteling moron vra wat hy doen, sal ek sê: 'Making a Redeye!'

Daar is soveel maniere om 'n michelada te maak as om 'n slegte gholfhou te slaan. Ek begin deur 'n pintglas te versier met Tajín, 'n chili-soutmengsel. In die glas sal ek neersit:

& gt 2 oz vars lemmetjiesap
& gt 2 oz warm sous ("Órale! Órale!”)
& gt 1 teelepel Worcestershire -sous
& gt 2 oz tamatiesap
> 1 bottle Coronita (or Corona Premier if you’re feeling fancy)

Hardcore michelada recipes skip the tomato juice, but I like the color it adds. While cinco de drinko-ing my Redeye, I’ll think about something Bud says regarding his various nicknames. “It’s never really mattered to me what people call me,” he says. “As long as they smile.”

*Name changed to protect the innocent while preserving the cadence of the nickname.

**The kids on the sitcom The Goldbergs attend the William Penn Charter School, although — another name change! — in the show it’s called William Penn Academy.

From left: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza and tequila are the cornerstones of celebrating Cinco de Mayo (along with some freakin’ killer food — grilled Mexican street corn for sure!). The classic tequila shot, of course, calls for the lick of the salt first to ease the burn of the liquor (second), and the suck on the lime complements the flavor. If you’re looking to change things up a bit, try some of these. Always start with good tequila, otherwise why bother?

1. Sangrita: You’ll need two shot glasses for this. Fill one with tequila. Then, in your cocktail shaker, combine ice, 1 oz fresh orange juice, 3/4 oz fresh lime juice, 1/2 oz grenadine and several dashes hot sauce, but no more than five. Shake that thang! Pour into other glass. Shoot tequila, chase with sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Put ice in that cocktail shaker, and pour in 3/4 oz lychee liqueur and the same of blanco tequila. Shake that thang! Knock it back! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie fire: Pour a shot of tequila and a few dashes of hot sauce to taste. Mi boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexican flag: You’ll need a spoon for this. Pour 1/3 oz grenadine into your glass, then float 1/3 oz tequila, then float 1/3 oz creme de menthe. To float the booze, pour it over the back of a spoon and let it drizzle into the glass. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran thinks it’d be a better idea to celebrate during all of Mayo, not just on cinco.


The secret to making a michelada, the perfect Cinco de Mayo refresher

A michelada is the perfect refresher for Cinco de Mayo.

He was a barrel-chested, good-natured fellow who oozed testosterone and breathed as if every gulp of air was a cleansing breath. He had a gravelly voice, and after growling a sentence he would repeat the gist of what he’d just said. Aan Seinfeld they might have called him the Twice Talker or the Double Speaker, but in the caddie yard we called him Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman the guy who says everything twice twice.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman had some doozies in his arsenal. When any putt came up just short, he would scold himself and the ball with a rousing cheer used by fans of a local high school’s team. “A little harder, Penn Charter! A little har-der!”**

If Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman smoked a drive, his robust phraseology, suddenly and while the ball was in flight, shifted south of the border. “¡Órale! ¡Órale!” (Translation: C’mon! of Alright! Take your pick.) Very recently, I was having a laugh laugh thinking about that line when it occurred to me that Cinco de Mayo is approaching, which in turn prompted a thought about another nickname: Redeye, which itself is a nickname for a michelada, a drink that originated in Mexico.

Redeye’s given name is Vince, but his siblings and many old friends call him Bud. To his wife, he is Red, because he has red hair. He was occasionally called Redeye by other kids hanging on the corner in Philly, but that version of his nickname became more widely used when a friend’s father noted he was a deadeye darts player, and Red plus deadeye equals Redeye. Then came the golf tournament.

On a Monday in 1970, Bud organized a little golf outing for some of the boys from the corner. It was Flag Day, and Bud was newly released from the U.S. Army, where he’d been a Ranger and served in Vietnam until he had an especially bad day there. He was flown home in a body cast and likes to joke that the first thing his father said upon seeing him in the hospital was “I told you to join the Navy.”

He once related to me the moment he had his first beer upon being stateside, on a bus transporting him to the military hospital. He derived more enjoyment from just talking about that beer than I ever have actually drinking one. Bud being Bud, which is to say one of the more amazing people you could ever hope to meet, the real champion of the outing was the player with the highest score. The prize was a case of Schmidt’s, a now-defunct Philadelphia beer. The nine players drank the beer in the parking lot. One of the guys brought along logoed balls as a gift for everyone: REDEYE OPEN.

The Redeye lasted for 16 years, and, again, Bud being Bud, he would invite 20 friends and tell them to fill out their foursome.

After a brief pause, the Redeye Open returned as a father-son event for six years. I was joking with my brother Whitey recently that the Redeye was one of our majors back in the day. The Redeye trophy, which Bud bought for $10 at a Goodwill store, sits on a shelf in his garage, two doors up the road from the house my father built, adjacent to what used to be the public course where I spent countless hours of my youth.

I’m going to mix me up a michelada this Cinco de Mayo, and when my wife yet again asks her favorite moron what he’s doing, I’ll say, “Making a Redeye!”

There are as many ways to make a michelada as there are to hit a bad golf shot. I’m going to start by rimming a pint glass with Tajín, a chili-salt blend. Into that glass I will deposit:

> 2 oz fresh lime juice
> 2 oz hot sauce (“¡Órale! ¡Órale!”)
> 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
> 2 oz tomato juice
> 1 bottle Coronita (or Corona Premier if you’re feeling fancy)

Hardcore michelada recipes skip the tomato juice, but I like the color it adds. While cinco de drinko-ing my Redeye, I’ll think about something Bud says regarding his various nicknames. “It’s never really mattered to me what people call me,” he says. “As long as they smile.”

*Name changed to protect the innocent while preserving the cadence of the nickname.

**The kids on the sitcom The Goldbergs attend the William Penn Charter School, although — another name change! — in the show it’s called William Penn Academy.

From left: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza and tequila are the cornerstones of celebrating Cinco de Mayo (along with some freakin’ killer food — grilled Mexican street corn for sure!). The classic tequila shot, of course, calls for the lick of the salt first to ease the burn of the liquor (second), and the suck on the lime complements the flavor. If you’re looking to change things up a bit, try some of these. Always start with good tequila, otherwise why bother?

1. Sangrita: You’ll need two shot glasses for this. Fill one with tequila. Then, in your cocktail shaker, combine ice, 1 oz fresh orange juice, 3/4 oz fresh lime juice, 1/2 oz grenadine and several dashes hot sauce, but no more than five. Shake that thang! Pour into other glass. Shoot tequila, chase with sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Put ice in that cocktail shaker, and pour in 3/4 oz lychee liqueur and the same of blanco tequila. Shake that thang! Knock it back! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie fire: Pour a shot of tequila and a few dashes of hot sauce to taste. Mi boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexican flag: You’ll need a spoon for this. Pour 1/3 oz grenadine into your glass, then float 1/3 oz tequila, then float 1/3 oz creme de menthe. To float the booze, pour it over the back of a spoon and let it drizzle into the glass. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran thinks it’d be a better idea to celebrate during all of Mayo, not just on cinco.


The secret to making a michelada, the perfect Cinco de Mayo refresher

A michelada is the perfect refresher for Cinco de Mayo.

He was a barrel-chested, good-natured fellow who oozed testosterone and breathed as if every gulp of air was a cleansing breath. He had a gravelly voice, and after growling a sentence he would repeat the gist of what he’d just said. Aan Seinfeld they might have called him the Twice Talker or the Double Speaker, but in the caddie yard we called him Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman the guy who says everything twice twice.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman had some doozies in his arsenal. When any putt came up just short, he would scold himself and the ball with a rousing cheer used by fans of a local high school’s team. “A little harder, Penn Charter! A little har-der!”**

If Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman smoked a drive, his robust phraseology, suddenly and while the ball was in flight, shifted south of the border. “¡Órale! ¡Órale!” (Translation: C’mon! of Alright! Take your pick.) Very recently, I was having a laugh laugh thinking about that line when it occurred to me that Cinco de Mayo is approaching, which in turn prompted a thought about another nickname: Redeye, which itself is a nickname for a michelada, a drink that originated in Mexico.

Redeye’s given name is Vince, but his siblings and many old friends call him Bud. To his wife, he is Red, because he has red hair. He was occasionally called Redeye by other kids hanging on the corner in Philly, but that version of his nickname became more widely used when a friend’s father noted he was a deadeye darts player, and Red plus deadeye equals Redeye. Then came the golf tournament.

On a Monday in 1970, Bud organized a little golf outing for some of the boys from the corner. It was Flag Day, and Bud was newly released from the U.S. Army, where he’d been a Ranger and served in Vietnam until he had an especially bad day there. He was flown home in a body cast and likes to joke that the first thing his father said upon seeing him in the hospital was “I told you to join the Navy.”

He once related to me the moment he had his first beer upon being stateside, on a bus transporting him to the military hospital. He derived more enjoyment from just talking about that beer than I ever have actually drinking one. Bud being Bud, which is to say one of the more amazing people you could ever hope to meet, the real champion of the outing was the player with the highest score. The prize was a case of Schmidt’s, a now-defunct Philadelphia beer. The nine players drank the beer in the parking lot. One of the guys brought along logoed balls as a gift for everyone: REDEYE OPEN.

The Redeye lasted for 16 years, and, again, Bud being Bud, he would invite 20 friends and tell them to fill out their foursome.

After a brief pause, the Redeye Open returned as a father-son event for six years. I was joking with my brother Whitey recently that the Redeye was one of our majors back in the day. The Redeye trophy, which Bud bought for $10 at a Goodwill store, sits on a shelf in his garage, two doors up the road from the house my father built, adjacent to what used to be the public course where I spent countless hours of my youth.

I’m going to mix me up a michelada this Cinco de Mayo, and when my wife yet again asks her favorite moron what he’s doing, I’ll say, “Making a Redeye!”

There are as many ways to make a michelada as there are to hit a bad golf shot. I’m going to start by rimming a pint glass with Tajín, a chili-salt blend. Into that glass I will deposit:

> 2 oz fresh lime juice
> 2 oz hot sauce (“¡Órale! ¡Órale!”)
> 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
> 2 oz tomato juice
> 1 bottle Coronita (or Corona Premier if you’re feeling fancy)

Hardcore michelada recipes skip the tomato juice, but I like the color it adds. While cinco de drinko-ing my Redeye, I’ll think about something Bud says regarding his various nicknames. “It’s never really mattered to me what people call me,” he says. “As long as they smile.”

*Name changed to protect the innocent while preserving the cadence of the nickname.

**The kids on the sitcom The Goldbergs attend the William Penn Charter School, although — another name change! — in the show it’s called William Penn Academy.

From left: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza and tequila are the cornerstones of celebrating Cinco de Mayo (along with some freakin’ killer food — grilled Mexican street corn for sure!). The classic tequila shot, of course, calls for the lick of the salt first to ease the burn of the liquor (second), and the suck on the lime complements the flavor. If you’re looking to change things up a bit, try some of these. Always start with good tequila, otherwise why bother?

1. Sangrita: You’ll need two shot glasses for this. Fill one with tequila. Then, in your cocktail shaker, combine ice, 1 oz fresh orange juice, 3/4 oz fresh lime juice, 1/2 oz grenadine and several dashes hot sauce, but no more than five. Shake that thang! Pour into other glass. Shoot tequila, chase with sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Put ice in that cocktail shaker, and pour in 3/4 oz lychee liqueur and the same of blanco tequila. Shake that thang! Knock it back! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie fire: Pour a shot of tequila and a few dashes of hot sauce to taste. Mi boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexican flag: You’ll need a spoon for this. Pour 1/3 oz grenadine into your glass, then float 1/3 oz tequila, then float 1/3 oz creme de menthe. To float the booze, pour it over the back of a spoon and let it drizzle into the glass. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran thinks it’d be a better idea to celebrate during all of Mayo, not just on cinco.


The secret to making a michelada, the perfect Cinco de Mayo refresher

A michelada is the perfect refresher for Cinco de Mayo.

He was a barrel-chested, good-natured fellow who oozed testosterone and breathed as if every gulp of air was a cleansing breath. He had a gravelly voice, and after growling a sentence he would repeat the gist of what he’d just said. Aan Seinfeld they might have called him the Twice Talker or the Double Speaker, but in the caddie yard we called him Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman the guy who says everything twice twice.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman had some doozies in his arsenal. When any putt came up just short, he would scold himself and the ball with a rousing cheer used by fans of a local high school’s team. “A little harder, Penn Charter! A little har-der!”**

If Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman smoked a drive, his robust phraseology, suddenly and while the ball was in flight, shifted south of the border. “¡Órale! ¡Órale!” (Translation: C’mon! of Alright! Take your pick.) Very recently, I was having a laugh laugh thinking about that line when it occurred to me that Cinco de Mayo is approaching, which in turn prompted a thought about another nickname: Redeye, which itself is a nickname for a michelada, a drink that originated in Mexico.

Redeye’s given name is Vince, but his siblings and many old friends call him Bud. To his wife, he is Red, because he has red hair. He was occasionally called Redeye by other kids hanging on the corner in Philly, but that version of his nickname became more widely used when a friend’s father noted he was a deadeye darts player, and Red plus deadeye equals Redeye. Then came the golf tournament.

On a Monday in 1970, Bud organized a little golf outing for some of the boys from the corner. It was Flag Day, and Bud was newly released from the U.S. Army, where he’d been a Ranger and served in Vietnam until he had an especially bad day there. He was flown home in a body cast and likes to joke that the first thing his father said upon seeing him in the hospital was “I told you to join the Navy.”

He once related to me the moment he had his first beer upon being stateside, on a bus transporting him to the military hospital. He derived more enjoyment from just talking about that beer than I ever have actually drinking one. Bud being Bud, which is to say one of the more amazing people you could ever hope to meet, the real champion of the outing was the player with the highest score. The prize was a case of Schmidt’s, a now-defunct Philadelphia beer. The nine players drank the beer in the parking lot. One of the guys brought along logoed balls as a gift for everyone: REDEYE OPEN.

The Redeye lasted for 16 years, and, again, Bud being Bud, he would invite 20 friends and tell them to fill out their foursome.

After a brief pause, the Redeye Open returned as a father-son event for six years. I was joking with my brother Whitey recently that the Redeye was one of our majors back in the day. The Redeye trophy, which Bud bought for $10 at a Goodwill store, sits on a shelf in his garage, two doors up the road from the house my father built, adjacent to what used to be the public course where I spent countless hours of my youth.

I’m going to mix me up a michelada this Cinco de Mayo, and when my wife yet again asks her favorite moron what he’s doing, I’ll say, “Making a Redeye!”

There are as many ways to make a michelada as there are to hit a bad golf shot. I’m going to start by rimming a pint glass with Tajín, a chili-salt blend. Into that glass I will deposit:

> 2 oz fresh lime juice
> 2 oz hot sauce (“¡Órale! ¡Órale!”)
> 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
> 2 oz tomato juice
> 1 bottle Coronita (or Corona Premier if you’re feeling fancy)

Hardcore michelada recipes skip the tomato juice, but I like the color it adds. While cinco de drinko-ing my Redeye, I’ll think about something Bud says regarding his various nicknames. “It’s never really mattered to me what people call me,” he says. “As long as they smile.”

*Name changed to protect the innocent while preserving the cadence of the nickname.

**The kids on the sitcom The Goldbergs attend the William Penn Charter School, although — another name change! — in the show it’s called William Penn Academy.

From left: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza and tequila are the cornerstones of celebrating Cinco de Mayo (along with some freakin’ killer food — grilled Mexican street corn for sure!). The classic tequila shot, of course, calls for the lick of the salt first to ease the burn of the liquor (second), and the suck on the lime complements the flavor. If you’re looking to change things up a bit, try some of these. Always start with good tequila, otherwise why bother?

1. Sangrita: You’ll need two shot glasses for this. Fill one with tequila. Then, in your cocktail shaker, combine ice, 1 oz fresh orange juice, 3/4 oz fresh lime juice, 1/2 oz grenadine and several dashes hot sauce, but no more than five. Shake that thang! Pour into other glass. Shoot tequila, chase with sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Put ice in that cocktail shaker, and pour in 3/4 oz lychee liqueur and the same of blanco tequila. Shake that thang! Knock it back! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie fire: Pour a shot of tequila and a few dashes of hot sauce to taste. Mi boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexican flag: You’ll need a spoon for this. Pour 1/3 oz grenadine into your glass, then float 1/3 oz tequila, then float 1/3 oz creme de menthe. To float the booze, pour it over the back of a spoon and let it drizzle into the glass. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran thinks it’d be a better idea to celebrate during all of Mayo, not just on cinco.


The secret to making a michelada, the perfect Cinco de Mayo refresher

A michelada is the perfect refresher for Cinco de Mayo.

He was a barrel-chested, good-natured fellow who oozed testosterone and breathed as if every gulp of air was a cleansing breath. He had a gravelly voice, and after growling a sentence he would repeat the gist of what he’d just said. Aan Seinfeld they might have called him the Twice Talker or the Double Speaker, but in the caddie yard we called him Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman the guy who says everything twice twice.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman had some doozies in his arsenal. When any putt came up just short, he would scold himself and the ball with a rousing cheer used by fans of a local high school’s team. “A little harder, Penn Charter! A little har-der!”**

If Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman smoked a drive, his robust phraseology, suddenly and while the ball was in flight, shifted south of the border. “¡Órale! ¡Órale!” (Translation: C’mon! of Alright! Take your pick.) Very recently, I was having a laugh laugh thinking about that line when it occurred to me that Cinco de Mayo is approaching, which in turn prompted a thought about another nickname: Redeye, which itself is a nickname for a michelada, a drink that originated in Mexico.

Redeye’s given name is Vince, but his siblings and many old friends call him Bud. To his wife, he is Red, because he has red hair. He was occasionally called Redeye by other kids hanging on the corner in Philly, but that version of his nickname became more widely used when a friend’s father noted he was a deadeye darts player, and Red plus deadeye equals Redeye. Then came the golf tournament.

On a Monday in 1970, Bud organized a little golf outing for some of the boys from the corner. It was Flag Day, and Bud was newly released from the U.S. Army, where he’d been a Ranger and served in Vietnam until he had an especially bad day there. He was flown home in a body cast and likes to joke that the first thing his father said upon seeing him in the hospital was “I told you to join the Navy.”

He once related to me the moment he had his first beer upon being stateside, on a bus transporting him to the military hospital. He derived more enjoyment from just talking about that beer than I ever have actually drinking one. Bud being Bud, which is to say one of the more amazing people you could ever hope to meet, the real champion of the outing was the player with the highest score. The prize was a case of Schmidt’s, a now-defunct Philadelphia beer. The nine players drank the beer in the parking lot. One of the guys brought along logoed balls as a gift for everyone: REDEYE OPEN.

The Redeye lasted for 16 years, and, again, Bud being Bud, he would invite 20 friends and tell them to fill out their foursome.

After a brief pause, the Redeye Open returned as a father-son event for six years. I was joking with my brother Whitey recently that the Redeye was one of our majors back in the day. The Redeye trophy, which Bud bought for $10 at a Goodwill store, sits on a shelf in his garage, two doors up the road from the house my father built, adjacent to what used to be the public course where I spent countless hours of my youth.

I’m going to mix me up a michelada this Cinco de Mayo, and when my wife yet again asks her favorite moron what he’s doing, I’ll say, “Making a Redeye!”

There are as many ways to make a michelada as there are to hit a bad golf shot. I’m going to start by rimming a pint glass with Tajín, a chili-salt blend. Into that glass I will deposit:

> 2 oz fresh lime juice
> 2 oz hot sauce (“¡Órale! ¡Órale!”)
> 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
> 2 oz tomato juice
> 1 bottle Coronita (or Corona Premier if you’re feeling fancy)

Hardcore michelada recipes skip the tomato juice, but I like the color it adds. While cinco de drinko-ing my Redeye, I’ll think about something Bud says regarding his various nicknames. “It’s never really mattered to me what people call me,” he says. “As long as they smile.”

*Name changed to protect the innocent while preserving the cadence of the nickname.

**The kids on the sitcom The Goldbergs attend the William Penn Charter School, although — another name change! — in the show it’s called William Penn Academy.

From left: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza and tequila are the cornerstones of celebrating Cinco de Mayo (along with some freakin’ killer food — grilled Mexican street corn for sure!). The classic tequila shot, of course, calls for the lick of the salt first to ease the burn of the liquor (second), and the suck on the lime complements the flavor. If you’re looking to change things up a bit, try some of these. Always start with good tequila, otherwise why bother?

1. Sangrita: You’ll need two shot glasses for this. Fill one with tequila. Then, in your cocktail shaker, combine ice, 1 oz fresh orange juice, 3/4 oz fresh lime juice, 1/2 oz grenadine and several dashes hot sauce, but no more than five. Shake that thang! Pour into other glass. Shoot tequila, chase with sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Put ice in that cocktail shaker, and pour in 3/4 oz lychee liqueur and the same of blanco tequila. Shake that thang! Knock it back! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie fire: Pour a shot of tequila and a few dashes of hot sauce to taste. Mi boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexican flag: You’ll need a spoon for this. Pour 1/3 oz grenadine into your glass, then float 1/3 oz tequila, then float 1/3 oz creme de menthe. To float the booze, pour it over the back of a spoon and let it drizzle into the glass. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran thinks it’d be a better idea to celebrate during all of Mayo, not just on cinco.


The secret to making a michelada, the perfect Cinco de Mayo refresher

A michelada is the perfect refresher for Cinco de Mayo.

He was a barrel-chested, good-natured fellow who oozed testosterone and breathed as if every gulp of air was a cleansing breath. He had a gravelly voice, and after growling a sentence he would repeat the gist of what he’d just said. Aan Seinfeld they might have called him the Twice Talker or the Double Speaker, but in the caddie yard we called him Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman the guy who says everything twice twice.*

Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman had some doozies in his arsenal. When any putt came up just short, he would scold himself and the ball with a rousing cheer used by fans of a local high school’s team. “A little harder, Penn Charter! A little har-der!”**

If Rob Kaufman Rob Kaufman smoked a drive, his robust phraseology, suddenly and while the ball was in flight, shifted south of the border. “¡Órale! ¡Órale!” (Translation: C’mon! of Alright! Take your pick.) Very recently, I was having a laugh laugh thinking about that line when it occurred to me that Cinco de Mayo is approaching, which in turn prompted a thought about another nickname: Redeye, which itself is a nickname for a michelada, a drink that originated in Mexico.

Redeye’s given name is Vince, but his siblings and many old friends call him Bud. To his wife, he is Red, because he has red hair. He was occasionally called Redeye by other kids hanging on the corner in Philly, but that version of his nickname became more widely used when a friend’s father noted he was a deadeye darts player, and Red plus deadeye equals Redeye. Then came the golf tournament.

On a Monday in 1970, Bud organized a little golf outing for some of the boys from the corner. It was Flag Day, and Bud was newly released from the U.S. Army, where he’d been a Ranger and served in Vietnam until he had an especially bad day there. He was flown home in a body cast and likes to joke that the first thing his father said upon seeing him in the hospital was “I told you to join the Navy.”

He once related to me the moment he had his first beer upon being stateside, on a bus transporting him to the military hospital. He derived more enjoyment from just talking about that beer than I ever have actually drinking one. Bud being Bud, which is to say one of the more amazing people you could ever hope to meet, the real champion of the outing was the player with the highest score. The prize was a case of Schmidt’s, a now-defunct Philadelphia beer. The nine players drank the beer in the parking lot. One of the guys brought along logoed balls as a gift for everyone: REDEYE OPEN.

The Redeye lasted for 16 years, and, again, Bud being Bud, he would invite 20 friends and tell them to fill out their foursome.

After a brief pause, the Redeye Open returned as a father-son event for six years. I was joking with my brother Whitey recently that the Redeye was one of our majors back in the day. The Redeye trophy, which Bud bought for $10 at a Goodwill store, sits on a shelf in his garage, two doors up the road from the house my father built, adjacent to what used to be the public course where I spent countless hours of my youth.

I’m going to mix me up a michelada this Cinco de Mayo, and when my wife yet again asks her favorite moron what he’s doing, I’ll say, “Making a Redeye!”

There are as many ways to make a michelada as there are to hit a bad golf shot. I’m going to start by rimming a pint glass with Tajín, a chili-salt blend. Into that glass I will deposit:

> 2 oz fresh lime juice
> 2 oz hot sauce (“¡Órale! ¡Órale!”)
> 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
> 2 oz tomato juice
> 1 bottle Coronita (or Corona Premier if you’re feeling fancy)

Hardcore michelada recipes skip the tomato juice, but I like the color it adds. While cinco de drinko-ing my Redeye, I’ll think about something Bud says regarding his various nicknames. “It’s never really mattered to me what people call me,” he says. “As long as they smile.”

*Name changed to protect the innocent while preserving the cadence of the nickname.

**The kids on the sitcom The Goldbergs attend the William Penn Charter School, although — another name change! — in the show it’s called William Penn Academy.

From left: Shutterstock/Shell114 Getty Images/iSt

Uno Mas

Cerveza and tequila are the cornerstones of celebrating Cinco de Mayo (along with some freakin’ killer food — grilled Mexican street corn for sure!). The classic tequila shot, of course, calls for the lick of the salt first to ease the burn of the liquor (second), and the suck on the lime complements the flavor. If you’re looking to change things up a bit, try some of these. Always start with good tequila, otherwise why bother?

1. Sangrita: You’ll need two shot glasses for this. Fill one with tequila. Then, in your cocktail shaker, combine ice, 1 oz fresh orange juice, 3/4 oz fresh lime juice, 1/2 oz grenadine and several dashes hot sauce, but no more than five. Shake that thang! Pour into other glass. Shoot tequila, chase with sangrita. La vida es buena!

2. Lychee shooter: Put ice in that cocktail shaker, and pour in 3/4 oz lychee liqueur and the same of blanco tequila. Shake that thang! Knock it back! La vida es dulce!

3. Texas prairie fire: Pour a shot of tequila and a few dashes of hot sauce to taste. Mi boca se siente como un millón de soles!

4. Mexican flag: You’ll need a spoon for this. Pour 1/3 oz grenadine into your glass, then float 1/3 oz tequila, then float 1/3 oz creme de menthe. To float the booze, pour it over the back of a spoon and let it drizzle into the glass. Esto no sabe a bandera!

Michael Corcoran thinks it’d be a better idea to celebrate during all of Mayo, not just on cinco.


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