In honor of Cinco de Mayo, for my beer of the week…a Michelada! If you haven’t had one, it’s a beer cocktail, very popular in Mexico. It combines Mexican lager, hot sauce, Worcestershire, soy and lime juice. Start by using a cut lime to rim the beer glass. Then, just like with a margarita, salt the rim. Put the salt on a plate, and dip the glass onto the top of the plate covered in salt. If you like things very spicy, you can add a little chili powder to the salt. Then, squeeze the lime into the glass. Add a dash of or two Worcester, one dash soy sauce, and one dash of the hot sauce of your choosing. Then, add the Mexican beer of your choosing! I am a big fan of Negra Modela. It’s very dark, with more substance than a Corona, but not heavy on the palate like a stout. Some add tomato juice, or Clamato to this mix, but I prefer it without. If you want to try something a little different this year for Cinco de Mayo, check out my pictures, follow the easy recipe, and…CHEERS!!