As you gear up for the big game, consider these quick and easy crowd pleasers with a Southwestern twist, originally published in Clay Thompson’s Enormously Big Official Valley 101 Cookbook.
Mmmm, tamales. I wonder if my neighbor is going to make tamales this year. She brought some over last year, and they were great. I should start buttering her up. Maybe I’ll wash her car or something like that. Anyway, eating a tamale is pretty simple, really. You just unwrap it and eat it. Whatever you do, don’t eat the cornhusk.
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