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Monday, 15 December 2008



Thanks for cluing us in to this Ed. We only stopped in for a short while and didn't get to try as many tamales as you did, but we really enjoyed it. Our favorite was also a sweet corn and green chile tamal - maybe it was the same vendor.


If "Rico" and "Sabrosa" were places on a map, they'd be where it's at! Man, I need to get on it! :)


Sounds like a great way to spend the day. The chile corn cheese ones sound so good, am anxious to hear about what kind of tamale was worth waiting that long in line for.

ed (from Yuma)

I had a great time. I think the sweet corn/green chile/cheese tamal, mike, was the same as the one you had - at least the pictures look identical. Best version of one of those, I'd ever had.

Yeh, jan really rich. Luckily (for my health, if not my mouth) I don't eat tamales often.

Yeh, foodhoe, I was wondering if a tamal could be worth a wait that long, but I think it was. Soon part two will see the light, and you can judge for yourself.

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