Cinco de Mayo is one of those holidays that conjers up cravings for delicious ingredients that just don’t grow in New York’s climate (at least for now). Avocados and a mix of citrus might be essential guacamole components, but they’re not the be-all and end-all for a fiesta. Some of the best bites on your menu can be easily sourced from New York makers, so why not keep this year’s celebration local? Here are some of our favorite recommendations:
Salsa humo from Brooklyn’s La Fundidora is an all-purpose garnish:
Why only use yellow corn tortillas when you can also get these fancy little blue ones from Hot Bread Kitchen?
Fill your tacos will these some of these sustainably sourced fish from Mermaid’s Garden:
Good luck getting through your fiesta without black beans. Instead of getting yours from a can, try these from Pine Island’s Rogowski Farm:
… this spicy chili caramel from Brooklyn based Spoonable:
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