On May 5th, 1862, the Mexican Army was outnumbered by the French army, which had not been defeated for 50 years. But against all odds, and through courage and strength, the Mexican Army emerged victorious and the critical Battle of Puebla in the Franco-Mexican War is remembered to this day with Cinco de Mayo. Honor
While Clara J’s Tea Room in downtown Maumee doesn’t break British custom with the same vigor as the early colonists, their progressive approach to the high society tradition feels like a revolution of its own.
Motto of New Mediterranean Bistro When asked about the name of his newly-opened eatery , Bite Me Twice, Nassif “Nick”Chamoun replies with a smile, “It means, ‘Stop licking your lips. We’re going to feed you twice.’” In the tradition of warm Lebanese hospitality Nick personally greets everyone coming through the door of his establishment at
Sautter’s Market continues the Fat Tuesday tradition Fat Tuesday is a special time for this Louisiana girl, and I have to admit that I’ve been a little sad being away from home where all the donut shops in town are making king cakes filled with cream cheese, baked with buttery cinnamon-brushed dough, and topped with