Mexican Independence Day September 16, 2015 08:00
Mexican Independence Day or Dia de la Independencia is the day that Mexican celebrate independence. The Cry for Independence happened on September 16, 1810 and it follows the Day of the Cry of Dolores (El Gito de Dolores).
Miguel Hildalgo made a cry to independence in the town of Dolores in the North Central part of the Mexican state Guanajuato. The speech that was made was to revolt against Spanish regime. On July 30, 1811, Miguel was captured and executed and the speech wasn't declared until September 28, 1821.
(All information gathered is from timeanddate.com)
In honor of Mexican Independence day, we want to cook up a great recipe and celebrate! One great recipe that is great for a snack at a party is H&F Bread Company's own Pimento Cheese paired with our Crostini bread. If you want to add a little meat to your snack pick up a package of Benton's Country Bacon from our retail bread box in West Midtown and cook and crumble over the pimento cheese.