Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo

At Odd Moe’s, we love narratives and being able to uncover the truth. For this reason, we want to share the meaning behind Cinco de Mayo.  Cinco de Mayo Celebrated Across Borders In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is not a public holiday; in reality, it’s a...
Kickin Cancer March

Kickin Cancer March

The Odd Moe’s philosophy has always been to give back to the community through our Odd Moes Charity. During the month of March, we specifically focused on collaborating with Kicking-Cancer by giving setting up Odd Moe’s booths outside of our restaurant locations,...
Spring Equinox

Spring Equinox

In Oregon, the first day of spring is March 20th, 2021. But what does that really mean? Is it some arbitrary day chosen by humans to represent flowers blooming? No! There’s a science that backs up the start of a new season and it’s called Spring Equinox.  Spring...
Tomato Tuesday

Tomato Tuesday

Did someone day Tomato? We’ve got a delicious marinara recipe that’s healthy, delicious, and easy to make!  Grab your favorite dutch oven and place the following ingredients in:  Garlic OnionCherry tomatoes and Roma Celery Carrots Basil...
Valentine’s Day History

Valentine’s Day History

Some people think Valentine’s day is just a Hallmark Holiday, but to others, it’s very important. Valentine’s day is on February 14th. There are many different things you could do on Valentine’s day. You could spend some time alone with your loved one just relaxing at...

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