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May 03, 2009


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Cindy Ruth

Looks yummy. Thanks for the history of Cinco de Mayo.

Kathy (Trekcapri)

Hi Jerry, your salad looks really delicious. I liked how you provided a bit of history on the celebration of Cinco de Mayo. It is definitely big here in California. I'm enjoying looking at all the Sunday Salad Samplers. And I'm definitely going to try some of these recipes myself. Thanks for sharing!


Nice post Jerry and great looking salad.


Thanks for sharing that roasted corn technique - that is good to know!

I'm loving these salads so far.

María I.

I never thought of roasting my own corn. Not that I'm lazy but having a Trader Joe's nearby, I just used theirs.

This is such a great recipe when you have to feed a crowd. Wonderful flavors and easy on the budget.

Thank you for writing about Cinco de Mayo. I lived in Mexico City for two years and that day in history was never a big deal. Funny how in the USA it has become such an important day, commercially speaking.

Happy Drinko de Mayo! :)


Now I know where to come for my Cinco de Mayo history post, LOL. Great salad, I think that if I had cut it in half, even with bringing some to the ladies in San Diego, I would have enough for lunch all this week. Definitely a chopping exercise.


This was soo good. I discovered later int eh week that it made a great burrito as well. MMMMM

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