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Wrap Up 2011 with Tasty Homemade Tamales

In Hispanic culture, it is traditional to make a big batch of tamales around Christmas and New Years to give as gifts and share with friends.  Families gather together to help make the tamales – preparing the masa, filling them with cheeses, meats, and vegetables, wrapping them in corn husk, steaming them – and of course, unwrapping them and enjoying them with fresh salsa verde and sour cream! If you’ve never made your own tamales, now is a great time to adopt this delicious tradition in your home.

 

 

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