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National Quesadilla Day

National Quesadilla Day
‘Quesadilla’ in Spanish means ‘little cheesy thing’. September 25 is recognised as National Quesadilla Day. It encourages you to pull up a chair in your favourite Mexican restaurant and reward your belly with some..

The History of Tacos

Taco Day
The word ‘taco’ comes from the Nahuatl word ‘tlahco’ which means “half or in the middle”, referring to the way it is formed. The origin of tacos is still unknown. According to Jeffrey M. Pilcher, a professor at the University of Minnesota suspects

National Guacamole Day

guacamole day
National Guacamole Day is celebrated on September 16. It is on the same day as Mexico’s Independence Day. It is the day people share stories from 1810 (the day Mexico gained Independence), have traditional dancing..

National Lemon Juice Day

Lemon Juice Day
National Lemon Juice Day is celebrated once every year on August 29. It is not just about drinking a lemonade - that is available to us every day. On this day, people start seeing lemons more than just lemon juice. Lemons may be hard to taste on its own, but it makes every drink tastier and healthier.

Who Is The Man Don Julio?

Don Julio
It all started when Don Julio Gonzalez was just 10 years old. Working in his uncle’s tequila distillery. He was full of passion and saw a unique opportunity in the production of tequila. However, at such a young age he had no money.

The History Of Tequila

Tequila
Tequila first came into existence in 250-300 A.D. when the Aztec Indians produced a fermented juice of the agave for their ceremonial wine, 'plaque'. This liquid was very important to Aztec culture as they worshipped two Gods.